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PALAIS LASCARIS

An exceptional example of civil baroque architecture, the Palais Lascaris is a recognised Musée de France, devoted to the art and music of the 17th and 18th centuries.
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15 rue Droite - 06300 NICE
Tel.: +33(0)4 93 62 72 40

Opening hours: 11:00-18:00 (23/06-15/10 : 10:00-18:00)
Annual closing: 01/01, Pâques, 01/05, 25/12
Weekly closing: Tuesday all day,
Residence of the Lascaris-Vintimille family, this palace, a registered historic monument since 1946, was restored and turned into a museum. The museography is organised around the art and music of the 17th and 18th centuries: paintings, engravings, 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 of the French Institute.

Guided tour: groups by appointment.

The + French Riviera Pass
Free access



Language(s) spoken:
  • French
Payment methods:
  • Credit card
  • Cheques
  • Holiday vouchers
  • Cash
Equipment and services:
  • Shop
  • Public car-park in proximity
Areas:
  • Old Nice
Upcoming events
19
0603
09
NOUVEL ACCROCHAGE DE LA COLLECTION PERMANENTE
The museum dedicates a new room to its popular musical instruments, European and extra-European, resulting from the legacy made to the city of Nice in 1904 by Antoine Gautier, and private loans as well as local instruments. See the details ›
19
07
JAZZ AU PALAIS LASCARIS
By So What Company. With: Alex Benvenuto, bass clarinet, Cédric Fioretti, drums, Thomas Guillemaud, soprano sax, Laurent Lapchin, trumpet, bugle, Jean-Marc Laugier, double bass. See the details ›
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07
JAZZ AU PALAIS LASCARIS
Bossa Jóia - Jazz Brasil By the Association Pepita Musics and Cultures. With: Nina Papa, vocals, Béatrice Alunni, piano, Alain Ruard, drums, Marc Peillon, double bass. See the details ›
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