Palais Lascaris is a masterpiece of Nice baroque style and listed as a Museum of France and Monument Historique.
The palace was built in the 17 th century by one of the biggest noble families in Nice, the Lascaris-Vintimille family, and is devoted to art and music from the 17 th and 18 th century.
The Matisse Museum stands in a 17th century Genoese villa and presents the history of the artist alongside some of his greatest pieces such as The Swimming Pool, the museum's latest acquisition with an entire room devoted to it.
Soak up the museum's idyllic setting with a stroll in the Cimiez Hill grounds where Matisse himself loved to walk.
The Museum of Modern Art and Contemporary Art on Place Garibaldi is a remarkable architectural feat. The architects drew inspiration from classicism to create the astraddle tetrapod arch. The 1300 pieces on display date from the 1950s to the present day and most are by two artists: Yves Klein and Niki de Saint Phalle.
End your trip to the museum on the rooftop to enjoy the incredible views of the entire city.
The Masséna Museum is an architectural gem in the city and stands on the famous Promenade des Anglais.
The displays introduce you to the art and history of the Côte d’Azur from Nice being annexed by France to the Belle Époque.
Musée des Beaux-Arts
Take a 5 minute walk from Hôtel Locarno Nice and step into wonderland at the incredible Fine Arts Museum. Princess Kotchoubey of Ukraine commissioned its construction in 1878 and you'll love its high ceilings and amazing marble staircase.
The museum houses a collection of paintings and sculptures from the 16 th to the 20 th century.