More than 200 pieces of jewelry, sculpture, and art open a window into the mind of Napoléon Bonaparte for this touring exhibit
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Treasures of Napoléon: The Exhibition
Bonaparte’s Bounty: More than 200 objects once belonging to the famous French emperor — masterpiece paintings, sculptures, pieces of clothing and jewelry – from the world’s largest private collection of Napoléon artifacts, in the Twin Cities for the first time.
The Centerpiece: the Imperial bed from the palace at Kassel—the gold-drenched resting place of Napoléon’s brother Jerome (whom Napoléon named King of Westphalia), which depicts Bonaparte’s military conquests through carvings and Egyptian figures.
The Minnesota Centennial Showboat: This exhibit marks the first such event in this floating museum. Free parking and ADA accessible.