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Matisse spent a lot of time in this region. An very important impressionist artist, this museum is a must see. You can also buy prints of the artist’s work. Open 10am-6pm (closed on Tuesdays). Admission is 10 EUR for a ticket that’s good for 48 hours.
Small but in a nice area of Nice, next to the Jardin du Monastère (our favorite garden in Nice, all year round) and jardin des oliviers de Cimiez.
Located in Cimiez, in the hills above Nice, this museum is home to a collection dedicated to Matisse’s time in Nice, set in the 17th-century Villa des Arènes.
You can easily visit two fantastic museums that are nearby each other: March Chagall and Matisse and don't forget to see the magnificent Regina Palace which is just around the corner.
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