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Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

  Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (Avenue Saint Martin, Monaco) — built on the side of Monaco’s legendary Rocher (Rock of Monaco), the Oceanographic Museum, founded by Prince Albert II of Monaco’s great-great-grandfather Prince Albert I, has been watching over the oceans for more than a century. The Museum is renowned throughout the world for its […]

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Nouveau Musée National de Monaco

Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (56 Blvd. du Jardin Exotique, Monaco) — showcases the heritage of the Principality of Monaco and promotes contemporary works of art through temporary exhibitions at its two locations: Villa Paloma and Villa Sauber. This approach is rooted in a unique country whose history has always been characterized by a dialogue […]

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Naval Museum

  Naval Museum (Terasses de Fontvielle, Monaco) — Monaco’s Naval Museum, founded in 1993, exhibits an extraordinary collection of over 250 model ships, paintings & maritime objects, dating from ancient times to the present day and enriched by the loan of numerous antique models from the personal collection of Prince Rainier III of Monaco. In […]

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Museum of Stamps & Coins

  Museum of Stamps & Coins (11Terrasses de Fontvielle, Monaco) – this museum (opened to the public in early 1996 by Prince Rainier III), is a nod to Monaco’s long-standing reputation as a “postage stamp country” (with stamp collectors worldwide seeking their own collection from Monaco). The first Monegasque stamps were issued by Prince Charles […]

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Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology of Monaco

  Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology of Monaco (56 Blvd. du Jardin Exotique, Monaco) — the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902 “to conserve traces of early humankind exhumed in the Principality and neighboring regions.” The various collections which have been brought together in the Museum over more than a […]

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Museum of Old Monaco

  Museum of Old Monaco (2 rue Emile de Loth, Monaco) – this museum displays objects relating to Monaco’s heritage; ceramics, paintings, furniture and costumes, and sets out scenes of daily life in days gone by. In 1924, representatives of old Monegasque families, who wished to fight against the risk of losing their national identity, […]

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Cars Collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco

  Cars Collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco (Terrasses de Fontvielle, Monaco) – first time visitors to Monaco immediately note that the country itself is a virtual auto show, where the latest luxury cars are easily spotted there. So it’s no surprise that this unique auto museum exists. This remarkable exhibition brings together nearly […]

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Larvotto Beach

Larvotto Beach (Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco) — The beach is made up of two coves and stretches for 400 meters. Several ramps enable easy access to the beach, and a playground area is available along with numerous restaurants and a beach volleyball court. For more than a decade, the beach has had a Handiplage site […]

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Amber Lounge

Amber Lounge (Sea Club, Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel, 22 Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco) – this is a three-day event (Friday to Sunday) that’s held only during the weekend of the Monaco Grand Prix auto race (late May). On Friday afternoon, a celebrity auction is held for an international charity – attended by the Grand […]

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Carre D’Or

Carre D’Or (Monte Carlo Casino area, Monaco) — The Carre d’ or (golden square) is a hotspot for deeper-pocketed individuals who pursue luxury fashion & style. This shopping district (similar to New York’s Madison Avenue) boasts retailers from some of the biggest names in the fashion industry in the world, including: Hermès, Celine, Saint Laurent […]