The museum is not very big. In a beautiful house, there are not many tourists. You can visit a lot of paintings and the artwork displayed in the museum. Those who are interested can take a look.
The Gonacjan Museum focuses on the exhibition of cultural relics from the Renaissance to Napoleon. Most of the art works on display date back to the 18th century. In the attic is a large mirror with a lot of clothing that can be worn in ancient times. The costume is then photographed.
A fine collection of principally 18th Century paintings, sculptures and drawings, plus decorative objects and furnishings. The handsome setting alone makes this small museum worth a visit.
A free art museum, hooray! Well, that's what I thought. Although they have an interesting collection, I was appalled by how badly lit everything was. Due to glare, I could rarely see a whole painting, only bits and pieces that weren't completely shiny and obscured. Such a shame.
Tickets are free, good! Many collections are valuables in the home, and they send their private collections to Paris, as many people have done before. The museum site was moved to its current location in 1990. This is a four-story building decorated in the style of Louis XV and Louis XVI. The exhibits are distributed in 20 rooms.