The Museum of Decorative Arts exhibits in its rooms valuable works of European and Oriental art dating back to the 18th to 20th centuries. Among its collections, you will find very carefully preserved furniture, ceramics, porcelains, paintings, and sculptures as well as works of applied arts.
A rug woven by hand in 1772 by Franchis Carolus Romanus is one of the museum's most treasured pieces.
There is also an important collection of Chinese screens, including an outstanding 17th-century Coromandel.
The luxuriously and majestically decorated halls include the Main Hall, done in rococo with gilt and goldleaf wall decorations, and the Neoclassical Hall (the Countess's bedroom), with a secretaire that once belonged to Queen Marie Antoinette.