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Our museums: richness and diversity



With almost one hundred museums, the Côte d'Azur boasts the largest number of museums in France after Ile de France.

Following guided visits or just your own curiosity, you will discover some exceptional collections, covering all eras and all forms of expression.
MUST-SEE MUSEUMS ON THE COTE D’AZUR

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FOUR EXCEPTIONAL NATIONAL MUSEUMS
   
 

Musée National Fernand Léger in Biot
Over 450 works covering the entire career of Fernand Léger, from 1905 to 1955.

 See the Musée National Fernand Léger in Biot





 

Musée National Marc Chagall in Nice
The largest public collection of the artist’s works in the world.

 See the Musée National Marc Chagall in Nice





 

Musée National Pablo Picasso, La Guerre et La Paix in Vallauris
A grandiose painting illustrating War and Peace, created by Pablo Picasso in the Roman Chapel.

 See the Musée National Picasso





 

musee marc chagall Nice Musée National du Sport in Nice
One of the world’s leading sports-related collections, with over 100,000 items and documents.

 See the Musée National du Sport



A museum to suit everyone

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from november 13 to december 02, 2018
The great names in Jazz are expected in the most beautiful locations in the Principality for a
from 07 to october 28, 2018
Festival of organ music with four concerts in St-Jacques-le-Majeur
 









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