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Napoleonmuseum Thurgau, Salenstein

(4.1/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • We wanted to visit the Museum. According to the Web site and Google, it was open. We faced closed doors and at least 20 other guests!
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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 »
  • Of course the location alone impressed, but what quite small works from the outside a building, revealed the specificities and the historical connections only on a guided tour. Rarely I have seen a so interesting and at the same time exciting leadership that inspires one of the very first moment. After all, the chef led wonder maybe, itself. Starting today, the Arenenberg for me overheard one of the top destinations on Lake Constance.
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  • An amazing museum for history lovers, and the Bistro Louis Napoléon is excellent! Check it out. Tolles Museum, wenn Sie sich für Geschichte interessieren. Zum Mittagessen sollten Sie das Bistro Louis Napoléon besuchen! Un musée incroyable pour les passionnés d'histoire, et je conseille le bistro Louis Napoléon pour midi !
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The Napoleon Museum Thurgau is a fully accessible history theme Museum. Arranged on three floors, it houses an extensive collection of furniture, small objects, tableware, paintings, graphics, autographs and books owned by Empress Joséphine, Queen Hortense and Prince Louis Napoléon. The exhibits are accessible, especially valuable pieces are protected. Taking pictures is prohibited. There is a museum shop, which features mostly theme-oriented, eg there is the perfume series "Napoléon 1er" to buy. Due to the region are also the other usual souvenirs available all sorts of Swiss chocolate and the like. He opened the Museum at same times. Who has looked inside tired and let your gaze from the garden has a magnificent view on Lake Constance. There is a restaurant there and who has seen enough and snapped comes from the boat landing stage, which are regularly approached by shipping companies and achieved after 20 minutes walking distance from the village down to the Swiss Mannenbach the Radolfzell is situated on the German side.
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  • Nice interesting site. Is worth a visit
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