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Had a quick visit through the museums which had some interesting displays of little ceramic people and events and war memorabilia to see. It was very warm when we visited so it was quite stuffy in the rooms. Still worth a look to get a...More
My favourite price! The Citadel includes three small museums with different displays and all were interesting. As interesting as the displays was wondering through and seeing the architecture of the old citadel!
Some nice visite to the museum of the citadelle, there are three different museums, superb views to Cap Ferrat, and the sea; visite to the casemates; the ancient fortress date from the 5 century, the sculptures, paintings of the museum are very nice:
What a wonderful area to explore. This fortress/citadel houses four unique museums that is open free to the public. It is a large area to tour and not all museums were opened when we visited. There are delightful modern impressionist sculptures scattered through out the...More
The historic structure of the Citadel Saint-Elme overlooks one of the world's most beautiful bays. Originally built to provide protection for Cap Ferrat, Villefrance and Nice, the Citadel now provides protection for the Volti, Goetz-Boumeester and Roux Museums as well as a small military museum....More
The citadel at Villefranche houses four museums, of which we visited three- a small regimental museum with a great video(!), a museum dedicated to Henri Goetz and Christine Boumeester, who lived in the town and one full of works by sculptor Volti. Really interesting art...More
We knew nothing about the citadel and the museums so we were surprised and delighted by the gallery of modern art in the chapel and the large collection of sculptures which could be views for free in atmospheric cavelike rooms. There were modern sculptures in...More
We visited three museums at the Citadel and thought the Volti Museum was beyond fantastic. The ancient stone walls and rooms were the perfect backdrop for the simple bronze sculptures of Volti. It was beautiful to see such a perfect marriage of old rough stone...More