We didn't know about this museum until we visited tourist info. It was advertised on the map of the city they gave us. When we went to visit it didn't open until 2.30 in the afternoon. We didn't ask whether it opened at that time every day or it was just a one off. The reception staff were pleasant and helpful. We particularly liked the Roman exhibits which are in a wonderful arched cellar. They have some wonderful Roman glass. I am full of admiration for the Roman glass blowers and the fact that it must be 1,500 or so years old. It wouldn't look out of place in today's homes. There are some Roman busts of handsome young men and examples of capitals too. The other exhibits are on the ground floor and perhaps 2 higher floors. They are a mix of things from the area. To tell the truth I remember the Roman exhibits the best! On the other floors there are objets d'art, furniture and suites of rooms - and regional arts.
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