Fernand Léger museum
Fernand Léger's museum of the French painter, sculptor and filmmaker in Biot surprises in all respects. The museum is beautifully situated in a magnificent building filled with art coming out from the top drawer and of gigantic sizes.
The Renoir Museum
The Renoir Museum shows how Auguste Renoir lived in his last days in Cagnes-sur-Mer. Experience 15 original paintings as well as the impressive 8-hectare plot.
Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild
Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild is one of the Riviera's most beautiful palaces filled with artworks, gourmet experiences and stunning views of the Mediterranean sea from the villa's 9 gardens.
Museum of Modern Art – MAMAC
Located in the heart of the city, close to Place Garibaldi, the MAMAC Museum exhibits modern and contemporary art from the 1950s to the present day.
Cannes Underwater Museum
Cannes has got France's first underwater museum, which is wildly fascinating in every way. 6 great sculptures below the sea surface connect...
La Malmaison Art Center
Great art welcomes you in historic premises that used to be part of the Grand Hotel. In 1863, when the hotel was built, this building served as a games room and tea room.
Museum Villa Jean Fragonard
This elegant late 17th-century villa with magnificent gardens with majestic palm trees houses works by the famous Grasse painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard.
Picasso museum & Grimaldi castle
At one of the best-located addresses in the old town of Antibes is the Grimaldi Castle, which today houses the Picasso Museum.
This beautiful chapel completely surprises, filled with art and dedicated to one of Cannes’ beloved artists, Emmanuel Bellini.
Matisse Museum Nice
The Matisse Museum in Nice is a city museums and it's dedicated to the life and works of Henri Matisse as he spent much of his life in Nice and in the Côte d’Azur region.
Marc Chagall museum Nice
Chagall Museum Nice is the first national museum built to pay homage to an artist while he was still alive. It is located on the Cimiez Hill.
The Museum of Vence
The Musée de Vence / Fondation Émile Hugues is situated in the heart of the historic city center and is among the very popular sights on the Côte d’Azur.
Musée de la Castre
Located high on top of Le Suquet, in the medieval castle originally inhabited by the monks of Lérins, the Museum of World Discovery overlooks the Croisette.
Museum Bastion Jean Cocteau
This bastion was built as far back as 1691-1636 by the then Prince of Monaco, Honoré II Grimaldi.
Museum Jean Cocteau
This museum is located right at the waterfront and is dedicated to the French artist and author Jean Cocteau (1889-1963).
Saint-Paul de Vence
Lucky the Horse by Rémi Pesce
The artist, Rémi Pesce, used 3,000 horseshoes to create the statue, each representing Saint-Paul's approx. 3,000 inhabitants
Saint-Paul de Vence
The Maeght Fondation art museum
The Maeght Fondation art museum welcomes more than 100,000 visitors in a unique architectural building designed by Josep Lluis Sert.
Rosary Chapel by Matisse
The Rosary Chapel by Matisse is together with the cathedral in the old town Vence’s biggest attraction and one of Henri Matisse’s greatest masterpieces.