UNITED STATES OFFICE
Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Bureau
565, Fifth Avenue - 23rd Floor
New York, N.Y. 10017
Tel: +1 212 286 33 30
Fax: +1 212 286 98 90
Toll free (USA): (800) 753 9696
On the initiative of the Sovereign Prince, Monaco has been enriched over the years with inspiring works by internationally renowned artists. Sculpture occupies a special place in the Principality and many fine examples are strategically placed throughout: in the streets, walkways and gardens so the public can admire and appreciate these important and valuable pieces.
A collection of almost 100 breath-taking creations by contemporary sculptural artists make extraordinary cultural statements for the enjoyment of visitors and locals alike!
While many of these oversized sculptures are placed in gardens and parks throughout the Principality, a special pedestrian walk located in the Fontvieille district, features the majority of monumental works which may be discovered on foot.
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Boasting a rare and important collection of fossils and excavated treasures originating from the Principality and nearby regions, this museum retraces some of the most significant milestones in the history of humans. »Read more
Contemporary art gets two new homes - with free entry on Sundays - as Monaco welcomes its new National Museum. For decades, the Principality of Monaco has attracted travelers to its enchanting Mediterranean coast by offering celebrated hotels, restaurants and nightlife, world-class cultural and sporting eve... »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 fascinating museum contains numerous significant precious and important objects and documents on the history of the Principality and its rulers, in particular from the period of the First French Empire. »Read more
Against an impressive 17th century Baroque background, this stunning museum houses many masterpieces of sacred art by Rubens, Zurbaran, Ribera and the masters of the Italian Baroque period. »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 vintages and models, made by prestigious European and US car companies as well as six historic coaches now belonging to Prince Albert of Monaco. »Read more
This modern museum houses rare philatelic specimens from the postal history of the Principality, as well as related documents used in the stamp-printing process dating back to Monaco's Prince Charles III in 1885. The museum's coin and bank note section displays important and valuable numismatic samples of t... »Read more