On a narrow and inconspicuous street in Corsica, the sign on the door is not big and it is easy to miss. If it weren't for people taking photos in line, they wouldn't pay too much attention. In fact, it is very worth seeing. They are all detailed introductions of Napoleon’s great life, and there are many real objects.
I don’t know if it’s too late for our visit or the ticket is free, the staff will take us in directly. In Europe, it is rarely possible to visit free museums!
This is the birthplace of Napoleon. Later Napoleon's mother rebuilt it into its current appearance. It is still worth visiting.
Musée Nationaldela Maison Bonaparte National Museum is located in the old town of Ajaccio, where Napoleon was born and spent his childhood. In this old mansion, the growth experience of this great man stayed at the big table in the dining room, the small bed in the bedroom, and the flowers in the courtyard, all within reach. Opening hours: April to September Tuesday to Sunday 9:00-11:30, 14:00-17:30, October to March next year Monday 14:00-16:15, Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 -11:30, 14:00-16:15. Tickets: Adults 5 Euros, discounted price 3.5 Euros. A 15-minute walk from the train station.
The furnishings in the house are relatively simple, not very luxurious