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Attractions

Monte-Carlo Country Club

Monte-Carlo Country Club

A breathtaking location dedicated to performance where each year the great champions come to compete for the Tennis Masters Series of Monte-Carlo. 21 clay courts opening onto the sea, 2 in decoturf, 5 floodlit courts, 1 squash court and a pool. More Info

Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology

Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology

Containing many burial relics and stones from sites within Monaco's precincts, notably Grimaldi in Italian Liguria, this museum was founded in 1902 by Prince Albert I. Its exhibits retrace important stages in the history of the human race. Open daily except November 19 and December 25. More Info

Museum of Stamps and Coins

Museum of Stamps and Coins

This museum opened its doors in 1996 to display Prince Rainier III's unique private collection of stamps and coins. Coins, bank notes and commemorative medals demonstrates the high numismatic qualities of the Principality since 1640. Open daily. More Info

Museum of the Chapel of Visitation

Museum of the Chapel of Visitation

This museum, housed in a baroque style chapel dating from the 7th century, is home to part of the remarkable collection of sacred works of art belonging to Mrs. Piasecka Johnson, with masterpieces from Rubens, Zurbaran, Ribera and masters of the Italian Baroque period. Open daily except Mondays. More Info

National Museum of Automatons and Doll of Yesteryear

National Museum of Automatons and Doll of Yesteryear

Enter the fascinating 19th century world of the of Automatons and Doll of Yesteryear: its automatons, puppets and dolls - with accompanying ephemera - in period costumes. Showcased with miniature furniture and everyday items, these recreations will delight children and adults alike. More Info

Naval Museum

Naval Museum

This extraordinary collection includes 250+ superb scale models of famous sea vessels, some of which have come from the Prince's private collection - Europe's most complete and varied. It retraces the fascinating history of world shipping. Open daily except December 25 and January 1. More Info

New National Museum

New National Museum

The Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (NMNM) is open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm. Now art lovers and artists can find another spectacular reason to visit the Principality at the recently opened Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (NMNM, the new National Museum) located in two stunning venues: the Villa Paloma and the Villa Sauber. The Museum’s two venues are located at: Villa Paloma, 56 boulevard du Jardin Exotique and Villa Sauber 17 Avenue Princesse Grace. More Info

Observatory Caves

Observatory Caves

200 feet below the Exotic Gardens, visitors can discover the immense chambers of the prehistoric Observatory Caves, whose stalagmites, stalactites and limestone concretions are spectacularly illuminated. Open daily, except November 19 and December 25. From May 15 through September 15: from 9:00AM to 7:00PM From September 16 to May 14: from 9:00AM to 6:00PM or nightfall More Info

Oceanographic Museum & Aquarium

Oceanographic Museum & Aquarium

The spectacular world-famous museum, founded by Prince Albert I, contains unique collections of marine fauna, specimens of sea creatures, ship models and craft-ware made from the sea's natural products. Open daily. Duration of visit: 2 to 3 hours. From April to June, and September: from 9:30AM to 7:00PM July and August: from 9:30AM to 7:30PM From October to March: from 10:00AM to 6:00PM More Info