Villa Sauber is one of to buildings in Monaco which constitute The New National Museum of Monaco (NMNM - Nouveau Musée National de Monaco ) - the museum of contemporary visual art in Monaco. This is one of the major tourist attractions in Monaco. Villa Sauber is located along Avenue Princesse Grace, no far from Grimaldi Forum and Larvotto Beach. The other building is Villa Paloma which opened in 2010. This part of the museum is located up in the hills behind Port Hercule (at Boulevard du Jardin Exotique). Both the venues displays two exhibitions annually. Villa Sauber is built in Belle Epoque style, similar to both the Opera house, the Casino, Hotel de Paris and Cafe de Paris. It has its name after London painter Robert Hermann Sauber, who bought the Villa in 1904 and owned it first for 10 years and bought it back in 1925. The Principality of Monaco has owned the building since 1969 when it was turned into a museum. The NMNM´s collection consist of more than 10 000 works from the period between the 19th and 21st century. Both buildings are open from 10 am to 6 pm. Entrance fee is normally 6€ for both with free entrance every Sunday.
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Villa Sauber
Museum of modern art
Villa Sauber is one of to buildings in Monaco which constitute The New National Museum of Monaco (NMNM - Nouveau Musée National de Monaco ) - the museum of contemporary visual art in Monaco. This is one of the major tourist attractions in Monaco. Villa Sauber is located along Avenue Princesse Grace, no far from Grimaldi Forum and Larvotto Beach. The other building is Villa Paloma which opened in 2010. This part of the museum is located up in the hills behind Port Hercule (at Boulevard du Jardin Exotique). Both the venues displays two exhibitions annually.
Villa Sauber
Museum of modern art
Villa Sauber is built in Belle Epoque style, similar to both the Opera house, the Casino, Hotel de Paris and Cafe de Paris. It has its name after London painter Robert Hermann Sauber, who bought the Villa in 1904 and owned it first for 10 years and bought it back in 1925. The Principality of Monaco has owned the building since 1969 when it was turned into a museum. The NMNM´s collection consist of more than 10 000 works from the period between the 19th and 21st century. Both buildings are open from 10 am to 6 pm. Entrance fee is normally 6€ for both with free entrance every Sunday.