The Napoleon Museum has a comprehensive collection of furniture, small objects, tableware, paintings, prints, autographs, and books which once belonged to Empress Joséphine, Queen Hortense as well as Prince Louis Napoléon.
Some items are world famous and are often on loan to other museums. For example, Bonaparte on the Bridge of Arcole by Antoine Baron Gros was on display for 4 months in the National Gallery Victoria in Melbourne (Australia) during the summer of 2012.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to show the entire collection. Well protected - not only against the elements - it is stored in external depositories.