Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Office
7 Upper Grosvenor Street
London W1K 2LX
Tel : +44 (0)207 491 4264
Fax : +44 (0)207 408 2487
On the initiative of the Sovereign Prince, the Principality of Monaco has been enriched for several years with works by internationally famous artists. Sculpture occupies a privileged place in this collection and is placed throughout the town and gardens so that the public can admire this heritage.
Almost one hundred works by contemporary artists rub shoulders with creations by sculptors, some living in Monaco but also some older, wonderfully preserved pieces.
Besides the placing of these sculptures throughout the Principality, a pedestrian walk has been created in the Fontvieille district where the majority of these monumental works have been brought together so that this unique collection can be discovered on foot.
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Boasting an invaluable series of burials originating from around the Principality, this museum retraces the most significant milestones in the history of humanity. »Read more
The NMNM reveals the Principality of Monaco’s Heritage and sheds light on contemporary creation through temporary exhibitions in its two locations – Villa Paloma and Villa Sauber. This approach is part and parcel of an unusual territory whose history has always been marked by the dialogue between artistic,... »Read more
Built on the side of the mythical Rock of Monaco, the Oceanographic Museum has been watching over the oceans for over a century. Founded by the Prince Albert I, great grandfather of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, it was designed as a Palace entirely dedicated to Art and Science. »Read more
This museum is open free of charge on Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am to 4pm between June and September. It displays objects relating to Monaco’s heritage; ceramics, paintings, furniture and costumes, and sets out scenes of daily life in days gone by on "Le Rocher" »Read more
Located on the Terraces de Fontvieille, this remarkable exhibition brings together almost 100 classic cars of all ages, made by the large companies in Europe and America as well as six coaches belonging to HSH, Prince Rainier III of Monaco. »Read more
Of modern design, this museum contains rare philatelic specimens from the postal history of the Principality, as well as all the documents used to print the stamps since the first “Charles III” in 1885 to today. The area used for coins and bank notes shows visitors the numismatic quality of the Principality... »Read more