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Napoleonmuseum Thurgau, Salenstein

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  • House was OK. Views and the steep garden walk were good. Staff in the shop were most helpful but unfortunately the staff in the main house were arrogant. Restaurant was very good and again very pleasa...  more »
  • This is a nice mansion with nice displays which is well restored and overall nicely done, but it is essentially just a house of napoleons family. There is nothing about military history or achievement...  more »
  • I have rarely come across a grand home which allows you to get up close and personal to the furnishings and objects d'art. But this is the case with Schloss Arenenberg. There is a rope across only one...  more »
  • The museum is enjoyable, with a nice representation of life in Napoleon's era. The house and grounds are beautiful. Be sure to stop by the cafe for a coffee or a meal.
  • Nice and peaceful, with very good scenary
  • The museum is not a collection of documents or old items, it is a house made to look how it would have when Napoleon's stepdaughter lived in it. It's been beautifully restored with very careful attention to detail. The interior is full of art, furniture and objects that are related to Napoleon and there is a lot to see.
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  • Beautiful place with an unrivalled view on the Rhine and Lake Constance enjoyed even Napoleon III and his mother, the Dutch Queen Hortense...
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