Inside the Fontainebleau Palace, the Napoleon I Museum is a side hall, a section of the palace, which displays some of Napoleon's daily necessities, furnishings and interior decorations, and many of his portraits.
The Napoleon I Museum is magnificent as a whole. Here, there is a detailed introduction to Napoleon's body and an explanation with pictures and texts. It is very historically significant. There are also many oil paintings that reflect the customs and social conditions of the time!
The Napoleon I Museum is an exhibition of Napoleon’s history. There are displays of Napoleon’s entire history of aggression, as well as many personal objects and pictures, and evaluations of Napoleon.
A very nice museum worth visiting
The Napoleon I Museum is located in the side hall of the Palace of Fontainebleau. The museum contains his uniform, hat, coat, sword decorations and knick-knacks belonging to Napoleon and his family.