Historic Car Collection in Monaco
If you are into historic cars, the "scent" of Grace Kelly, Formula 1 and the glamorous life in Monaco, then Prince Rainer III's Car Collection in Monaco, with well over 100 top-restored cars from 1902 until 2005, is just for you.
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 Greek Villa Kérylos is inspired by the lavish villas of ancient Greece, but built in the early 20th century. The villa is today a national monument with a magnificent sight and located right next to the sea in Beaulieu-sur-Mer.
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.
The Villa Eilenroc
The elegant and opulent Villa Eilenroc, in Antibes, had its heyday during the famous period, which the French refer to as “La Belle Époque” and is today open to the public.
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.
Maison Molinard Perfume Grasse
Visit the famous Maison Molinard perfumery and take a fragrant step into the world of exciting natural products. At Molinard you can learn more about the difficult art of producing world-class perfume.
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.
Glassblowing – La Verrerie de Biot
Biot makes world-class glass. Known for their "bubbled glass" La Verrerie de Biot, La Verrerie de Biot ranks in the top 5 on the list of the most popular attractions on the Côte d'Azur
Oceanographic Museum in Monaco
At the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco, experience wildlife as it plays out below sea level and get up close to the tools and instruments used by the explorers.
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...
Fort Royal & “The Man with the Iron Mask”
At Fort Royal, the legendary Man with the Iron Mask was imprisoned for 11 years. Today, the fort houses the Cannes Sea Museum and is a city-must-xee gem.
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.
Villa Masséna museum
Villa Masséna is an architectural jewel from the Belle Epoque period and today houses a museum of the history of Nice and the memorabilia of Napoleon.
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.
Saint-Paul de Vence
Célestin Freinet school
The famous schoolteacher and educator Célestin Freinet (1896-1966) taught in Saint-Paul de Vence between 1928 and 1933.
Museum for History and Archeology
Historical objects dating back to Roman times are exhibited in the Bastion Saint-André built by the military architect Vauban in 1698 and which is a historical monument.
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.
Provençal Art and History Museum
Here you can learn about the rich ethnographic, historical and artistic heritage of eastern Provence, from prehistoric times all the way up to the first half of the twentieth century.
Cannes Sea Museum
Cannes Sea Museum, Musée de la Mer, is located on the small island of Sainte-Marguerite. It is located in a unique historic setting in the old Fort Royal.
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.