Having been before we knew that this would be good and the new exhibition on display was just as good as previous ones. The chateau is an amazing setting, full of character and atmosphere - and if you have the head for it, the views from the tower are amazing. Reasonably priced at 7 euros for adults this is well... 更多
We have been there in the past, but this time for the first time with 2 kids(7 and 3 years old). We all enjoyed the visit, although it required a bit of walk uphill. The view from the tower is amazing and the castle itself is small but very well maintained. The ticket is cheap and kids don't pay. I... 更多
Set high on a hill. There is usually a shuttle bus to take you there. Did not run as there was a strike so we had a very challenging walk. Once there you can see an exhibition of Suzy Salidor paintings. Walking up the stairs you get to the roof. The view is breath taking.
The jewel of the medieval village built around 1300 by Rainier Grimaldi, lord of Cagnes. The castle is nowmore a decorated rich palace and it is the town museum. Nowadays, the Grimaldi Castle Museum hosts the olive tree museum, the collection of Suzy Solidor portraits and temporary modern art exhibitions, as well as classical music concerts.
The building is amazing- worth a visit just to see the inside. The permanent exhibition of the Suzy Salidor paintings were great and very interesting. The olive oil exhibits were also interesting. There was a non-permanent exhibition of a contemporary artist which I really didn't like, but thats just my taste. All in all definitely worth a visit if you... 更多
This old chateau has some exhibits on the original furnishings and the local olive industry. What was even more interesting is the contemporary art installations on the second and third floors. Climbing up to the tower also provides great views over the area. The location is easy to get to from Nice. Take the 200 bus to <<Square Bourdet>>, and... 更多
The Château Grimaldi at Cagnes-sur-Mer is built on the site of an earlier fortress occupied by the Greeks and then the Romans. The present castle was built in 1309 by Rainier Grimaldi - a distant ancestor of the present ruling house of Monaco. Later it became the residence of the Governors of the province. Following the French Revolution, it was... 更多
Found the Chateau itself interesting, especially the olive press etc, and the Yves Klein and the Suzy Solidor rooms. But I'm afraid the modern art in the rest of it I thought was absolutely ghastly! But hey ho.