We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews art collection branzino second floor balcony fine works fantastic paintings large canvases euro ticket entrance fee small collection french riviera raoul dufy jules artists villa impressionists promenade
I found this small museum to be enchanting. The building is beautiful and, once inside, I even enjoyed the views out the windows overlooking gardens and the sea in the distance. Being from New York where large and heavily populated museums are the norm, I...More
I was a bit disappointed because I did expect something more. There are 2 floors in this museum so you can easily visit it in an hour. It is a collection of many styles includes posters and modern art. I would skip this museum unless...More
This may not be one of Nice’s top attractions, but I love this museum. It’s seldom crowded, and there are so many discoveries here that I think a museum lover would be pleased. Come here, wander, and find things that will really please you. On...More
Am not really a fan of art museums and would not have visited this museum if not for the 24 hour museum pass (pay 10€ and you can enter all Nice municipal museums on the list within that time frame).
Among the art work on...More
there were some beautiful works, and good value for the price you pay, as it includes other museums. A long walk from the east end of Nice and there is nothing inside in the way or food services or other rest area spots. Not too...More
This museum contains some huge paintings including, on the stairs, four large canvasses showing some of the most famous artists from different periods from classical times onwards. Unfortunately there was no key to check our identifications. The collection is not hugely distinguished.
I'm not clued up on art in anyway but I'm still glad I went. There's a wide range of paintings, mostly portraits, and I found it quite interesting.
I'm not a big fan of steps and heights and there's a grandd, granite stair case to...More
The first floor of Art seemed to be more of a family's inheritance and the spatial installation well planned. However, the pieces were not what I expected from a Fine Arts Museum of a major city. The second floor had a few that were significant...More
The art was basically local with a couple of Picasso sculptures and some lesser known impressionists. The house is in the grand style of architecture, wide sweeping staircase and large rooms. Not easy to find but worth the trip.
A beautiful musée housed in an absolutely gorgeous old private house . Soaring ceilings , billowing white curtains . A small exhibition of art , from about 1400 to 1900 . Loved the Bronzino ‘Crucifixion,’ the lovely sculpture galleries , the Rodins , and some...More