Musée National de Monaco
The Musée National de Monaco is a doll museum in the principality of Monaco. The museum's collection of dolls and automatons were made in Paris in the second half of the 19th century. The dolls are presented in show cases with suitably scaled period furniture, chinaware and other objects. Admission is 6 euros per adult and 4 euros per child.
The Napoleon Museum in Monte Carlo, Monaco is a museum of artefacts which once belonged to the French Emperor Napoleon I. The museum which is attached to the Prince of Monaco's palace contains a collection assembled by Prince Louis II the grandfather of the present Prince of Monaco. The collection contains numerous possessions of the Emperor including letters and documents pertaining to his reign and conquest of Europe and relics from his exile and imprisonment on Saint Helena.
The Oceanographic Museum is a museum of marine sciences in Monaco-Ville, Monaco. The Oceanographic Museum was inaugurated in 1910 by Monaco's modernist reformer, Prince Albert I. This monumental architectural work of art has an impressive façade towering above the sea, towering over the sheer cliff face to a height of 279 feet (85.04 meters).