Nature Day

Nature Day

Flora and Fauna Tour
  • • Jardin Exotique
  • • Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
  • • Observatory Caves
  • • The Princess Grace Rose Garden
  • • The Oceanographic Museum
  • • Saint-Martin Gardens
  • • Japanese Garden

For amateur speleologists, plunge into the prehistoric Observatory Cave. Mind you, there’s no elevator. Blitz the bone displays at the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology. The Princess Grace Rose Garden adjacent to Fontvieille Park boasts 3,500 rose bushes – 150 varieties of fragrant blooms. Lunch at Le Michelangelo or La Salière.

Up in the Old Town, the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium, founded in 1910 by renowned oceanographer Prince Albert I, displays rare and unusual sights of the sea. Marvel at the 100,000-gallon Shark Lagoon, as spectacular creatures glide by before your eyes. Flora fans! Bask in the Aleppo pines, agaves and olive trees of the Saint-Martin Gardens, wrapped around the ancient fortifications of the original citadel. Retreat to the serene Japanese Garden adjacent to the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco’s state-of-the-art convention and cultural center.

Jardin Exotique
Boulevard du Jardin Exotique
98000 Monaco
Phone: +377 93 15 29 80
Website: www.jardin-exotique.mc

Observatory Cave
Boulevard du Jardin Exotique
98000 Monaco

Phone: +377 93 15 29 80
Website: www.jardin-exotique.mc

Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
Boulevard du Jardin Exotique
98000 Monaco
Website: www.map-mc.com

Princess Grace Rose Garden
Fonvieille
98000 Monaco


Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium
Avenue Saint-Martin
98000 Monaco
Phone: +377 93 15 36 00
Website: www.oceano.mc

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Q: What is the name of Monaco's state-of-the-art convention and cultural center?

a) Le Michelangelo
b) La Salière
c) The Monaco Museum of Arts and Culture
d) Grimaldi Forum
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