This comprehensive museum chronicles both Grasse’s fragrant history, as well as worldwide perfume development over the past 4,000 years, is the only one of its kind in the world. Wander among raw materials, ancient flasks (including Marie Antoinette’s 18th-c. toiletry set) and scented soaps, all set against a backdrop of temporary exhibitions and contemporary artworks. Kids age 7 and older have their own dedicated pathway, lined with interactive exhibits to touch—and, of course, smell. An recent exhibition showed how perfumiers have long commissioned the best artists, from Helmut Newton to Martin Scorsese, to help advertise this priceless industry.