Musee National Fernand Leger
The wonderful Musee National Fernand Leger was built in 1959 and houses many fantastic pieces from a huge collection of 348 original works. There are mozaics and stained glass windows as well as oils on canvas, drawings and sculptures all set in the most amazing gardens designed by Henri Fish who also worked with others on the Musee Chagall and the Musee Picasso, both nearby. It really is a lovely setting and so tranquil.
The Museum is open daily from 1 June - 31st October from 10h - 18h and from 1st November - 31st May from 10h - 1700h.
On Tuesdays the Museum is closed all day.
Entrance is 7,50 Euro for adults and 6,00 Euro for concessionary fares. For groups of 10 or more the entrance fee is 7 Euro per head.
Free parking and guided tours are available as well as lectures and workshops for adults and children alike.
Conferences can also be held in the Museum's grounds.
Chemin du Val de Pome, Biot, 06410View Larger Map