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  • 1 Musée International de la Parfumerie Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    2 boulevard du Jeux-de-Ballons F - 06130 Grasse

    Reopened in 2008, this museum extends over nearly 3,500m2. The extremely modern interior was designed by Frédéric Jung. Highlights include a "scented" video screening; presentation of plants used in the perfume industry; rotating chronologi..

  • 2 Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Provence

    Museums and art

    2 rue Mirabeau F - 06130 Grasse

    This peaceful museum was built in the former townhouse of the Clapier-Cabris, the family of the brother-in-law of Mirabeau. The museum has delightfully eclectic collections featuring family portraits of local noblemen and women, a Provençal room reco..

  • 3 Domaine de Manon flower farm

    Nature and gardens

    36 chemin du Servan F - 06130 Grasse

    Depending on when you visit, don't miss the rose garden (May-June) or the jasmine field (July-November). You can also delve into the history of one of the local families that has been specialising in perfume plants for three generations.

  • 4 Place aux Herbes

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    place aux Herbes F - 06130 Grasse

    The very lively market that takes place in this square sells Provençal herbs and all kinds of lettuce.

  • 5 Museum of Provençal costumes and Jewellery

    Museums and art

    2 rue Jean-Ossola F - 06130 Grasse

    The delicate shimmering universe of ladies' costumes in the 18C. Various types of Provençal crosses, the clothes of peasants, craftworkers or householders.

  • 6 Villa-Musée Jean-Honoré Fragonard

    Museums and art

    23 boulevard Fragonard F - 06130 Grasse

    This museum pays tribute to three generations of Fragonards: Jean-Honoré, the father; his sister-in-law Marguerite Gérard; his son Alexandre-Évarisre; and grandson Théophile. The real painter of the family was undoubtedly Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-..

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