I am an avid tapestry aficionado and I even I found this exhibition boring. Most of the rooms are not... 查看更多
A small but fascinating museum if you are interested in textiles. The building itself is interesting and we found another exhibition in the foyer which was excellent.
We went to the Musee whilst in Aix en Provence. Fortunately it was free entrance. There was no map,of the exhibits, we were simply pointed towards a door. Inside, there were three doors - door 1 went outside, door 2 went to a garden and door 3 went upstairs to four or five rooms of exhibits. The Line of sight... 更多
For the very first time, I was brought to an appreciation of the creative genius and painstaking labour that go into the production of the wonderful tapestries on display. Moving beyond belief.
If I say tapestry and you say, "Oh, I loved the Cluny!" then I must sadly tell you to put those ideas out of your head. The odd assortment of tapestry here from the 17th and 18th centuries is not the stuff Clunies are made of. The fee is a modest 3.5 Euros and the architecture has some charm, but... 更多
Wonderful tapestries from the 17th and 18th centuries - amazing they are still so vibrant and beautiful. The Place des Martyrs is also a lovely little square to enjoy. There was some work being done there for new shops and cafe when we were there.
This Museum was interesting in itself like so many old buildings in France. It also displayed amusing and interesting tapestries... 更多