Prince's Palace

Prince's Palace

Guardian of an ancient tradition, this Palace located in a unique setting upon the "Rock" of Monaco,was built on the site of a fortress erected by the Genoese in 1215. Today the splendors of this Palace can be admired by all, such as its Italian-style gallery and its 15th century frescoes; its Louis XVth lounge all in yellow and gold, its blue room, a harmonious blend of glorious blue and gold; its Mazarin room covered with multicoloured wood-panelling; the Throne Room, decorated with an impressive Renaissance fireplace; the Palatine Chapel built in the 17th century; St-Mary's Tower, built from the white stones of nearby La Turbie; the Main Courtyard and its 17th century Carrara marble double staircase…

Open daily:

  • From April 2 to October 31, except Saturday and Sunday of F1 Grand Prix
  • April, May, June, September and October from 10 am to 6 pm (last admition 5:30 pm)
  • July and August: from 10 am to 7 pm (last admission 6:30 pm)
  • Closed from November 1st to April 1st.

Prices (per person):

  • Adults: 8 €
  • Children aged 8-14 and students: 4 €

Paired Tickets: Palace and the Oceanographic Museum

  • Adults: 19 €
  • Youth (13-18 years), Students: 11 €
  • Children (8-12 years): 8 €
  • Children (4-7 years): 7 €
  • Tickets valid only for the current year from April 2 to October 31

Paired Tickets: Palace and Collection cars HSH Prince

  • Adults: 11.50 €
  • Children (8-14 years) Students: 5 €

For more information

Access Map
Place du Palais
Tel. +377 93 25 18 31
Fax +377 93 50 81 73

Visit duration: 40 minutes.

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