In 1888 the building was opened as a museum, and since that time it no longer acts as a church. In the museum you can view the house itself, as it was furnished in the 18th century. In the building's attic, after a steep climb on wooden stairs, you can see the church, the steeple, with 150 seats. Marble columns, paintings and statues are only a part of the decorations of the church, all possible to view here.
In the lower floors you can see residential rooms, collections of statues, pictures, and silver vases. It's recommended to go to the drawing room in the impressive house.
Lately the museum has been remodeled and is now open to the public. There are about 85,000 visitors each year.