Here is a list of museums in Nice. Check out the most popular museums in Nice to know more about frequently mentioned Museums from Nice including Musée national Marc Chagall-(site officiel), Musée Marc Chagall, MAMAC, Musée Matisse, Musée Masséna, Musée National du Sport, L'art en mouvement, Marc Chagall National Museum
Super free museum, always has beautiful and interesting exhibits - and don't miss having some jasmine tea in the tea room! Recently refurbished and a beautiful water-surrounded building, worth visiting in its own right.
I didn't find museum interesting but it's for free and view from top is great
The entrance ticket costs 10 Euros but also gives admission to many other museums in Nice over a 24 hour period.
During the first part of 2018 the special exhibition focuses on 19th and early 20th century photos that explain the development of the town. I have the 5 stars for these photos as the rest of the building is less exciting.
So particular museum, it was a pleasure too have a look at the past of Nice.
This is a lovely little art museum off the beaten track, located in an old chateau. The property itself is lovely, including the front garden, building and the walk up to the museum itself. We had the museum all to ourself, which was amazing - although it was off season. Don't miss this one if you have the time after the other museum's. The art is just as inspiring and unique.
Interesting, but also strange. I never really understood the point of the art, you know, modern art! But it was worth a visit
Interesting exhibits at a fairly reasonable price. I found the permanent exhibitions focused the artists from Nice especially engaging, if a bit obscure. Some of the temporary exhibits were too unintelligible for me to understand or appreciate.
Very grand building in the western part of the city. Spacious galleries with an emphasis on lesser known artists who painted and lived on the Cote D'Azure. Sometimes there are free concerts in the gardens in the evening. Get there early to get a seat as they restrict admission numbers. What could be better than listening to great classical music at twilight in the open air on a warm summer evening?
Really nice little museum. The exhibits inside don't have any english translations but still nice to see. There are English tour books as you go outside to the ruins which are themselves really interesting to see! (Great price at €10 entry for the day ticket which gives access to all the museum in the city so cheaper the more you do!)
Its the real deal if you're into paleontology / archaeology. I enjoyed the visit. Tickets are free to Nice residents. To see some more of the prehistory of Nice you might also want to visit the Grotto de Lazaret, located near Plage de Coco Beach.
Small but well constructed museum offering a unique insight into an early temporary settlement on the shores of nice.
The Musée Matisse in Nice is a national museum devoted to the work of French painter Henri Matisse. It gathers one of the world's largest collections of his works, tracing his artistic beginnings and his evolution through his last works. The museum, which opened in 1963, is located in the Villa des Arènes, a seventeenth-century villa in the neighborhood of Cimiez.