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Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Sauber / Villa Paloma


Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Sauber / Villa Paloma

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, cultural and scientific disciplines as well as the support given to creators, thinkers and researchers.


NMNM-Mauro Magliani & Barbara Piovan 2011


NMNM-Mauro Magliani & Barbara Piovan 2012

Villa Paloma

56, boulevard du Jardin Exotique

Access Map

By bus :
Line 2, direction Jardin Exotique, stop "Villa Paloma"
Line 5, stop "Hôpital" (access through public lift)
By car :
Parking "Jardin Exotique", access through bd. du Jardin Exotique
and bd. de Belgique


Villa Sauber

17, avenue Princesse Grace

Access Map

By bus :
Line 6, stop "Grimaldi Forum / Villa Sauber"
By car :
Parking "Grimaldi Forum" and "Place des Moulins"
(access through public lift)

Open daily

  • October 1st – May 31st : 10am-6pm
  • June 1st – September 30th : de 11am-7pm
  • Closed on January 1st, May 1st, 4 days of the Grand Prix, November 19th and December 25th as well as periods used for the set-up of the exhibitions.

Entrance rates

Full price NMNM ticket (Villa Paloma + Villa Sauber) : 6€
Groups 4€ (min. 15 people)
Combined ticket NMNM / Exotic Garden / Anthropological Museum: 10€
Free entrance the first Sunday of each month
Free for anyone under 26 years old, scholar groups and groups of children, Monégasque citizens, members of the Association des Amis du NMNM, ICOM and CIMAM members, job seekers upon presentation of documentary evidence, disabled

Contact :

Nouveau Musée National de Monaco
La Villa des Pins Bâtiment B
8 rue Honoré Labande
Tel + 377 98 98 19 62
Fax + 377 93 50 94 38
E-mail : contact@nmnm.mc
Site Web : www.nmnm.mc


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