Dedicated to Grassois painter Jean-Honore Fragonard, this small museum contains 15 of his most famous works as well as the works of his sister in law Marguerite Gerard and another painter from Grasse, Jean-Baptiste Mallet. The building itself is a pretty sight to see, an 18th century townhouse with some lovely furniture, ceiling frescoes and old world appeal.
- Parking - HonoréCresp course.
- Entry is Free.
- Bus Station towards Grasse - Stop Thouron
- Grasse SNCF terminus then shuttle towards Grasse Bus Station - Stop Thouron
- Lou Pignaton
- Le Gazan
- Chez Doudou
- Cote Place
- Yumi Sushi
- The New Punjab
- Le Gargantua
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37.53% of people who visit Cannes include Musee Fragonard in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
29.03% of people start their Musee Fragonard visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Musee Fragonard
86.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee Fragonard
People normally club together Museum Of Art And History Of Provence Or Musee D'art Et D'histoire De Provence and Parc De Bourigaille while planning their visit to Musee Fragonard.
Nice but very commercial. Could not identify any unique fragrance.
It is a beautiful place. Serene. And smells wonderful (it is a perfume place afterall, but the smell does not overpower)
Great free visit,the guides are fantastic.
Cool visit, great gift ideas and good for the ladies
It smells here! Smells absolutely delicious! Free tour and admission to the museum and factory. Highly recommend, tours available in English. Tour is pretty quick, brief history and the production of Fragonards perfume. You can also take home gifts etc. a little pricey but its not bad for high quality French Made products