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Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium
This museum is dedicated to all marine sciences. Marine fauna collections, gathered by Prince Albert I, and an “Aquarium” with a “Sharks Lagoon” present a grandiose show.

Monte-Carlo Story Presents: “Monaco le Film”
This multi-vision show, produced by Setav Monaco, retraces the origin, the history and the future of the Principality. Located next to the Oceanographic museum

The Napoleonic History Museum and the Palace's Historical Archive Collection
This museum brings to life the history of the Principality with a rich collection of more than a thousand items and documents from the First Empire. Visit with the free audio guide (available in 10 different languages). Closed in November.

The National Museum: Dolls and Automatons of Yesteryear
One of the most important collections in the world with its two thousand pieces dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, real masterpieces of miniaturization, gathered together in a superb villa with bell-towers. Situated next to the Sea (built by Charles Garnier, the architect of both Paris' and Monaco's Opera Houses), the villa is surrounded by a garden made up of approximately forty varieties of roses.

The Vintage Car Collection of Prince Rainier III of Monaco
Located on the terraces of Fontvieille, this remarkable exhibit has gathered about one hundred cars of all ages, made by the biggest European and American firms, together with six state coaches belonging to HSH Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
Closed on December 25th

The Naval Museum
This museum showcases more than 250 naval objects together with models of famous ships; several of these pieces come from the private collection of Prince Rainier III of Monaco.

The Museum of Stamps and Coins
Of modern design, this museum holds some rare philatelic pieces belonging to the Principality's postal history, as well as all documents that have been used to print stamps since the first 1885 "Charles III" up to the present times. The area set aside for coins and bank notes shows visitors the numismatic quality of the Principality since 1640.

Museum of Chapel of the Visitation
Of modern design, this museum is the home to part of the remarkable collection of sacred masterpieces from Rubens, Zurbaran, Ribera and masters of the Italian Baroque period. The museum holds some rare philatelic pieces belonging to the Principality's postal history, as well as all documents that have been used to print stamps since the first 1885 "C .
Open daily, except Mondays

Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
Founded in 1902 by Prince Albert I, this museum retraces the most important stages in the history of the human race, from the Australanthropus and Homo Sapiens, including Neanderthal, Cro-Magnon and Grimaldi remains.
Closed on November 19 and December 25

Wax Museum of the Princes of Monaco
This museum depicts chronological episodes in the Grimaldi dynasty from the late 13th century to the present day. The wax figures are life-size, and many of them wear authentic costumes from their time period.

Prince’s Palace (State Apartments)
This uniquely located Palace was built on the site of a fortress built by the Genoese in 1215, the guardian of a centuries-old tradition. A trip to the Palace takes one on a journey through history from the time of the Guelfes and the Gibelins to the Napoleonic period.
Open from April to October. Click here for more information.

Marlborough Gallery
Founded in London in 1946 by Frank Lloyd and Harry Fischer, this gallery represents such seminal artists as Fernando Botero, Claudio Bravo, Dale Chihuly, Chen Yifei, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Manolo Valdés as well as the Estates of Jacques Lipchitz, Oskar Kokoschka and Antonio Saura.

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