The setting is an 18th-century aristocrat’s town house with a magnificent garden in back. The collection displayed here includes the paintings of Jean-Honoré Fragonard, who was born in Grasse in 1732; his sister-in-law, Marguerite Gérard; his son, Alexandre; and his grandson, Théophile. Alexandre decorated the grand staircase. Curiously, this is the least-visited museum in town but is surely one of the loveliest.
Villa Musée Fragonard
23 bd. Fragonard
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours May–Sept daily 10am–7pm; Oct–Apr Wed–Mon 11am–6pm Phone 04-97-05-58-00 Prices Admission 2€ adults; free for children under 18 Web site Villa Musée Fragonard Other Closed Nov
Map23 bd. Fragonard Grasse
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