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Palais Lascaris, Nice
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Castles, Museums, Tourist Spots
The home of the Vintimille-Lascaris family until the beginning of the 19th century, Palais Lascaris has been owned by the city of Nice since 1942, and has been open to the public for over 40 years. The aristocratic structure houses one of France's best collections of musical instruments, with more than 500 pieces. Put Palais Lascaris into our Nice itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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This is a small museum, which in my mind is not on Rue Droite. But anyway, it is a unique place in regard of the collection of old instruments. It seems that in those days any instruments with strings... read more »
Palais Lascaris was free with Rivera pass. I am not sure if I was paying full price if it was worth price. If you like musical instruments I would say yes.
Cela faisait longtemps que je n'étais plus venu au Palais Lascaris et pourtant je passais souvent sous ses fenêtres . Finalement un jour pluvieux m'y a ramené La très riche collection d'instruments de... read more »For a long time that I was coming to the Lascaris Palace and yet I often spent under its windows. Finally a rainy day there took back me the very rich collection of musical instruments is a delight, with unexpected discoveries and the atmosphere of the apartments an invitation to daydreaming a storm invited himself, made even more amazing the visit then if you lose in the old Nice and arrive in front of the Lascaris Palace check it out.show original
You could almost walk by this and not see it. Firstly it's very (very) small. However it's gorgeous. The artwork of the ceilings are what you will probably remember the most. Well worth a visit, albeit a short one.
A bit overpriced. It's a museum of musical instruments, so it's a little disappointing that all you do is look at them. That said, they have some real rarities and instruments unlike anything you've ever seen. Small museum.
Robert V. Ruggiero
Stunning building to just simply walk by.
Small place of history
Martina CorradiA little boring. focused on collection of vintage musical instruments.show original
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