In the Fish Museum, you can see the works of many famous artists. However, the first floor has been closed. The most famous works are the Virgin of Bernini and the Child of Angels. I also saw the Bonaparte house where Napoleon grew up. There is a wide range of religious themes in the gallery on the third floor, and there is an elevator upstairs.
A museum of great artistic value. My husband and I like it very much. worth going
Most of the collections are Renaissance artworks, and many are trophies brought back by Napoleon.
Napoleon's uncle built the Musée Fesch Museum. A large collection of Italian art from the 14th to the 19th century. In particular, the religious paintings of the pre-Renaissance and Renaissance masters Titian, Botticelli, Raphael, and Bellini are all handed down treasures. Most of the spoils were plundered by Napoleon during his campaign in Europe. Opening hours July and August Monday 14:00-18:00, Tuesday to Thursday 9:30-18:00, Friday 14:00-21:30, Saturday and Sunday 10:30-18:00 , April to June and September Tuesday to Sunday 9:30-12:00, 14:00-18:00, October to March of the following year, Tuesday to Friday and Sunday 9:30-12:00 , 2:00-18:00. Tickets are 5.35 euros for adults and 3.8 euros for students. It is a 5-minute walk from the train station.