Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny
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Explore the sculpture garden and the underground automobile exhibition at Fondation Pierre Gianadda. Opened in 1978 by Leonard Gianadda to honor his younger brother Pierre, who was killed in a plane crash in 1976, the museum has permanent exhibits on Chagall, plus Gallo Roman pottery and art. In addition, it regularly features temporary exhibits from museums and private collections around the world. Plenty of parking is available near the facilities, and the foundation boasts a tea garden serving refreshments. Put Fondation Pierre Gianadda on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Martigny tourist route planner.
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  • Still a major exhibition at the Foundation. The place lends itself to ensure that the works are developed, ability to step back to appreciate fully. Friendly staff. Do not miss the permanent exhibition of vintage cars all more beautiful than the other. Nearby car park
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  • Essential visit to the Valais. A culture unparalleled in Switzerland. Outer space and classic car display... ideal for the whole family!
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  • Beautiful, well maintained Museum. Nice staff and small variety store. The expos are always splendid same if Picasso is not necessarily my cup of tea. I'll be at every show.
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  • Always interesting exhibitions, well presented and displayed. The only regret is that for an well-known international foundation, in these days, you would expect to see captions and information in English as well besides French only - not even German nor Italian, the other Swiss national languages.
  • Greatest museum for modern art in Wallis.
  • Superb exhibition on the last Picasso´s production..
  • Always great exhibitions. The last time I visited in Dec 2015 I was amazed by Zao Wou-ki
  • Great little museum. Had an amazing Monet exhibition Summer 2011 and the permanent collection of vintage cars is remarkable. Parking next door is easy and free, but eat before you go - the museum has only a small theatre-style bar with snacks. There is a cafe outside but obviously that's dependent on the weather!