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Rediscover the principalities through European Heritage Days
It’s certainly not a normal week, as this Sunday marks the 27th European Heritage Day in the principality. Opportunity to visit approximately 50 venues in Monaco and its surroundings for free.
From the State Apartments of the Prince’s Palace to Monaco Cathedral, you’ll have no choice, via a variety of parks and gardens. Sustainable heritage is the theme of the day, with a wide range of activities offered. The Monaco Tribune has some suggestions for you:
Frescoes in the Grand Ducal Palace
if you haven’t seen it yet Amazing Italian Renaissance frescoes unveiled in July, the Prince’s Palace will be open to the public free of charge this Sunday from 10am to 6pm. While you were there, you got to see the refurbished State Apartments after months of closure for renovations.
Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
This Sunday you can enjoy workshops and guided tours of the museum, which was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902. Children and families are invited to participate in ‘Sustainable Heritage’ activities, stands, demonstrations, games and Melina. Histoires Vivantes (“Living Stories” – investigation game for families). The museum is open from 10am to 6pm.
Guided tours of the unique collection are offered hourly (meet at reception).
Le Jardin Exotic
Another legacy of Prince Albert I is the Exotic Garden, which will be open from this Sunday to October 8 for an exhibition entitled “Le Jardin Exotique, une source d’inspiration”. will resume exceptionally on Open this Sunday from 10am to 5pm, then Tuesday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm until October 8th.
Les Jardins des Boulingrins
Stroll through the 140-year-old Boulengrin and Petite Afric gardens near the Société des Bains de Mer. Meet in front of the statue of Charles III at the top of the gardens at 2, 3, and 4 PM for a unique tour.
Attend the opening concert of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra
OPMC will hold a grand opening concert at the Grimaldi Forum on Saturday, September 24th. The concert, titled ‘Une porte s’ouvre’ (A Door Opens), features Kazuki Yamada’s masterful conducting and Daniel Rosakovich’s violin. Works by Berlioz, Tchaikovsky and Dvorak.
Related item: OPMC announces new season program
Visit Monaco Yacht Show
September’s flagship event caps off the month in style, as the 31st edition of the traditional Monaco Yacht Show runs from September 28th to October 1st. Amazing boat viewing at Port Hercule.
Tours are available on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. tickets, or multi-day passes, are already on sale. Please note that tickets are sold online only.
- September 28th to October 1st
- Port Hercules
- Visit Thursday, Friday and Saturday
- Entrance ticket: 500 euros
- Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult
https://www.monaco-tribune.com/en/2022/09/diary-dates-whats-on-in-monaco-from-23-to-30-september/ diary date. Events in Monaco from September 23rd to his 30th