Historic itinerary

There is plenty to discover in Monaco for history buffs. The Principality has a rich cultural heritage, including the 12th century Prince’s Palace, the Museum of Stamps and Coins, the Naval Museum and the Museum of Anthropology.
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Prince’s Palace
The Prince’s Palace in Monaco is a private residence, but the State Apartments are open to visitors for part of the year. 
Visit time
1h00
Lignes 1, 2 Monaco-Ville
Place du Palais
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Museum of Stamps and Coins
The Museum, of contemporary design, houses rare stamps depicting the Principality’s postal history, as well as all the documents which have been used in the stamp-printing process from the first Charles III stamp in 1885 to the present day.
The Museum of Philately and Coinage is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm (6 pm in July and August). It sells currently available stamps and coins issued by the Principality.
Visit time
1h00
Lignes 3, 4, 6 Fontvieille C. Commercial
11, terrasses de Fontvieille
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Naval Museum
Monaco’s Naval Museum is the result of one man’s passion. From a very early age, Professor Claude Pallanca dreamed of sailing and meticulously built model ships. During his military service, he was assigned to the Jeanne d’Arc as a dental surgeon, where he established friendships with many sailors and naval officers, and his passion for boats and the sea grew. 
Visit time
2h00
Lignes 3, 4, 6 Fontvieille C. Commercial
Terrasses de Fontvieille
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Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902 “to conserve traces of early humankind exhumed in the Principality and neighbouring regions.”

The numerous collections which have been brought together in the Museum over more than a century represent the various phases of regional prehistory and protohistory. The majority of the archaeological and palaeontological exhibits come from the Principality and neighbouring areas (France and Italy).
Visit time
1h00
Ligne 2 Jardin Exotique
56 bis, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
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