Museums

Champions Promenade

Are you passionate about football? Then Champions Promenade is a place not to be missed during your visit to the Principality. Like the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, the Champions Promenade features the footprints of several great footballers. Among them;...


Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology

The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902 in order to conserve the remains of primitive humanities found in the Principality and surrounding areas. Established within the Exotic Garden by Prince Rainier III in 1959,...


Museum of Stamps and Coins

The Museum houses the Philatelic and Numismatic Collections of the Prince of Monaco. The Numismatic Collection is centred on the coins of the Sovereign Princes of Monaco and monetary finds made in the Principality in the 19th century. A special...


Naval Museum

The Naval Museum of Monaco was born from the passion of one man, Professor Claude Pallanca, who from a very young age dreamed of sailing and was always making made model ships. During his military service, he was posted aboard...


Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Paloma

An American, Edward N. Dickerson, in 1913, brought together six plots of land belonging to different owners to build a villa and a garden in the Révoires district, Boulevard de l’Observatoire. In 1993, a Monégasque limited company bought the Villa...


Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Sauber

It is one of the last Belle Époque villas in Monaco. Although the exact date of its construction is unknown, it is believed to have been built in the early 1900s and belonged to the Blanc family, who were very...


The Car Collection of H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco

Prince Rainier III was a great admirer and enthusiast of beautiful cars, and for more than forty years he built up a considerable and intimate collection of vintage vehicles, buying those he instantly fell in love with and any bargains...


The Museum of Old Monaco

The Museum of Old Monaco is a museum of Monaco’s material heritage. Open free of charge to visitors on Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am to 4pm from June to the end of September, the museum’s fundamental mission is to preserve...


The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is a neo-baroque style public oceanographic-aquarium museum on the Rock of Monaco. It was founded facing the Mediterranean Sea in 1889 by Prince Albert I of Monaco, and inaugurated in 1910. Founded by Prince Albert...


The Prince’s Palace

The Palace of Monaco, commonly known as the Prince’s Palace, has been the official residence of the Prince of Monaco since 1297. It is located at the top of the Rock, the oldest district of the Principality, overlooking the Mediterranean...