Le Suquet is the oldest district of Cannes, it offers stunning views of the bay and inland. The narrow, steep streets, shady place and the new lighting to the charm of the old town.
LE PETIT TRAIN DU CINEMA
It offers two guided tours to the discovery of two facets of Cannes: the History Tour (Suquet, the historical center) and the Croisette Tour (Croisette, Palm Beach)
Opening hours: every hour from 9am to 11pm in the summer Prices: 7 € per adult - € 3 per child (from 3 to 10 years old) - free for under 3 years old
FRAGONARD PERFUMERY - Grasse
Free guided tour of the laboratory of the perfumer and its organ, the distilloir, the maceration and filtration workshop, the enfleurage halls, craft packaging workshop and soap factory.
In the museum, the collection presents bottles and ancient perfumery objects to today. Ability to create your own perfume.
Opening hours of the factory and the perfume museum: From September to June from 9am to 6pm (closed from 12:30 to 2pm from mid-November to mid-December). July and August from 9am to 7pm
OCEANOGRAPHIC MUSEUM OF MONACO
Built against the legendary rock of Monaco, the Oceanographic Museum offers a stunning dive into the discovery of more than 6,000 specimens.
Opening hours: every day (except weekend Formula 1 Grand prize and 25th of December) from 10am to 6pm (up to 8pm during high season)
Rates: 14 € per adult - € 7 per children of 4 to 12 years old - free under 4 years old
CASTRE MUSEUM - Cannes
Located on the heights of Le Suquet, the historic district of Cannes, the Musée de la Castre presents primitive art collections, Mediterranean antiquities, a collection of nineteenth-century landscape painting and world music instruments
Opening hours: October to March: Tuesday to Sunday 10hà17h / April-June & September: Tuesday to Sunday 10hà18h / July and August: Monday to Sunday 10hà19h
Price: 6 € per person (full price)
PICASSO MUSEUM - Antibes
Pablo Picasso resided for many years in the region, whether in Vallauris, Cannes or Antibes at the Grimaldi castle. On his departure, Picasso offered sixty works, paintings and drawings to the city of Antibes.
Opening hours: Every day except Monday from 10am to 18pm.
Price: 6 € per person
MUSEUM MARC CHAGALL - Nice
The Marc Chagall National Museum, monographic and thematic museum was born of the will of the artist to bring together in one place the most important work on the Bible: the 17 paintings that make up the Biblical Message.
Opening hours: Every day except Tuesday, 1st of January, 1st of May, 25th of December. From November to April: 10am to 5pm / May to October: 10am to 6pm
Rates: 8 € per person
COCTEAU MUSEUM - Menton
The museum, located in a stronghold of the seventeenth century on the old port, displays mosaics and paintings by the artist.The bastion was restored and designed entirely by the artist, to house his works.
Opening hours: daily from 10am to 6pm except on Tuesdays and January 1st, May 1st, November 1st and December 25th.
Rates: 8 € per person
BONNARD MUSEUM - Le Cannet
The first international museum to be dedicated to the painter Pierre Bonnard was opened in 2011 in Le Cannet. He stayed there from 1922 to 1947 and painted over three hundred works during this period.
Opening hours: September to June: 10am to 6pm / July and August: 10am to 8pm
Rates: collections: 5 € per person, exhibition: € 7 per person