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Although the palace has a variety of historical artifacts, I was more interested in the architecture and the 17th century paintings on the ceilings. I would love to know more about the previous occupants and their histories as this is a fancy palace! The artifacts...More
A very atmospheric and ancient building. Heavily ornamented and full of stories. Unfortunately the palace is rather neglected in the way it is presented, and it's the collection of musical instruments that takes center stage. Since visiting the palace I have Googled the family Lascaris,...More
Decided to call in here at the end of the day, as I'd bought a 10-euro 1-day museum admission ticket that gets you into a long list of museums for a day. It is down a narrow street in the heart of the old town...More
Located in the Old City, not far from the Cathedral, Palais Lascaris is a very elegant 3 storey town mansion, now in need of a lick pf paint. But in its elegant rooms it houses a substantial collectíon of period mudical instruments, with a particular...More
Hiden in the back streets of the Old town . A truley wonderful Palace to visit and see Inside the home .Furniture ,Pianos Musical instuments rooms with the actual furniture dateing abck 100s years .Quite a few steps and 3 floors to visit .But oh...More
This was not what I expected ... but the instruments are worth the visit.
warm during the day (better go early) this old building on Old Town Nice is filled with a collection of old musical instruments that are a goldmine!
Go with an open...More
A beautiful collection of different instruments in an old house, worth the visit if you are a music lover. The entrance fee we paid cover several museums entrance in the area, so it was worth it. I was not interested on Wi Fi, as I...More
I wasn't expecting much, based on some of the reviews I'd seen here. However, if you find baroque buildings interesting, if you would like to see baroque decorations (tapestries, painted walls and ceilings, portrait paintings), if you are an ethnomusicologist, if you are a student...More