National Museum of the Bonaparte Residence is a museum dedicated to the life of the legendary little man, Napoleon Bonaparte. The Bonaparte residence has been a former house to Napoleon and his relatives and has been remodeled too. Ultimately in 1923, it was donated to the State by Prince Victor-Napoleon, Jerome ’s grandson. Jerome was the brother of Napoleon. The house was the birthplace of Napoleon. The museum is devoted to the Bonaparte family in Corsica. The visit starts on the second floor with historical evocation of the Corsica in the 18th century and is followed by the introduction of the Bonaparte family.