Sculptures occupies a privileged place in the collection of the Principality of Monaco, was enriched with works by internationally famous artists. The collection of sculptures is placed throughout the town and gardens so that the public and guests of the town can admire this heritage.
On November 19, Monaco celebrates its National Holiday with spectacular fireworks over the harbor the evening before and a mass in the Cathedral the next morning.
Vieux Monaco Museum (2, rue Emile de Loth) displays objects relating to Monaco’s heritage: ceramics, paintings, furniture and costumes. This museum is open free of charge on Wednesdays and Fridays from 11am to 4pm, June - September.
Villa Sauber is a splendid Belle-Epoque house that hosts temporary exhibitions linked with cultural, historical and artistic heritage of the Principality of Monaco. Free entrance every first Sunday of the month.
Villa Paloma is situated in a splendid Italian garden and hosts temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, architecture and design. You can check the programm on www.nmnm.mc. Free admission on the first Sunday of each month.
The Cathedral of Roman-Byzantine style houses tombs of the late Princes of Monaco (4 Rue Colonel Bellando de Castro). Don't miss Episcopal throne in white Carrare marble and altar piece by the Nice artist Louis Brea. Every Sunday after Mass you can enjoy organ music concert from 11:30-12:00 that covers the most beautiful music from organ heritage.
While wandering around narrow streets and alleys of Monaco's Old Town don't miss ceremonial Changing of the Guard at the Prince's Palace - exactly 5 minutes before noon, every day.