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Palais Lascaris

The Palais Lascaris is one of the most beautiful museums in Nice. Located at the heart of the Old Town, it holds many rare works as well as an impressive collection of ancient musical instruments.

Residence of the Lascaris-Vintimille family, this palace, listed as a historic monument since 1946, has been restored and transformed into a museum.
The museography focuses on the art and music of the 17th and 18th centuries: paintings, prints, tapestries, furniture, objets d'art and musical instruments from the Antoine Gautier bequest (1904) and the recent deposit of the Fondation Gisèle Tissier-Grandpierre collection, from the Institut de France.
Guided tour of the Palais Lascaris. Every Monday and Wednesday at 2pm
No appointment necessary, subject to museum access conditions.
Price: €6.20 per person, free for children under 13.


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