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Musee de la Castre

Le Suquet, 06400 Cannes, France
+33 4 93 38 55 26
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Le Suquet, 06400 Cannes, France
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Reviewed 2 days ago

To reach the museum, you have to walk up and at the end you will have a nice view from the top, especially on the harbor. That's the best part, in my opinion. Entrance in not that expensive, money has a discrete value, even if...More

Thank Marco G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very nice place to visit on a hot day in Cannes and not so busy than in the city , go to the top of the tower and you will see Cannes from high up

Thank Norbert D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The location itself is very nice. You can see all around the city too. It's not expensive museum but you get to see some interesting items and collections from around the world. Arts, artifacts, sculptures, etc.

Thank patboonya
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Of course do not expect to find le musée du Louvre. But this is an interesting museum well worth a couple of hours visit. Well organized displays of greco-roman artifacts and various ethnic collections. Their Pacific Ocean section has some beautiful pieces from the Marquises...More

Thank fvb06
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Inside this old castle there's a museum that hardly ever changes its collection: interesting, but not stunning. You can also climb a tower that gives you a beautiful view of the bay, the city and its surroundings.

Thank Inemine
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Located above Cannes, this museum in a former castle offers a variety of artifacts, everything from ancient Egypt to South Sea islands. If you had never been to a museum, this would be interesting, but overall the collection is to varied and minimal to be...More

Thank michael_smith56
Reviewed 12 March 2017

The museum is in the chapel of the medieval castle "La Castre", located in the hilltop old city of Cannes. The museum is very nice and interesting, and the scenic views of the bay of Cannes from the terrace were fabulous.

Thank Bubbles73uk
Reviewed 6 March 2017

Great view once you've climbed up there, which was worth going for, but it is shut on a Monday! Not sure if that is year round but worth checking first!

Thank lizziel25
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

Climbing all the stairs for the museum might very well be a waste of time. Entrance for adults (no discount) is 6 euro, which is a bit expensive for what you get. The museum is strange collection with no visible theme of different items and...More

Thank Mathias B
Reviewed 23 January 2017

It's in the old castle, so of course it's on a hilltop. The climb might be unpleasant on a hot day, but the view along the Croisette alone is worth it. The collection is small, but among the most eclectic I've ever seen, ranging from...More

Thank 57Boy
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