This city center gallery provides a unique perception of the different media for artistic expression. Exhibitions are ... More
Caroline Serero Gallery
This city center gallery provides a unique perception of the different media for artistic expression. Exhibitions are collective rather than displaying the works of one individual, with the result that primitive African art blithely mingles with the contemporary. The unusual but explosive mixture is well worth a visit. Admission is free.
The museum is currently closed for renovation and is scheduled to re open in 2012. Situated on the relic gardens,
this museum traces the history of the foundations of Marseille and from the first centuries of its existence around ...
Countess Pastre bequeathed this magnificent 19th century country house to the city along with 120 hectares of wooded parkland, located
between La Pointe Rouge and the Rolland caves, extending up to the Marseilleveyre hills. The park has for the ...
In 1851, Emperor Napoleon III commissioned the construction of a Jeu de Paume court (ancestor of tennis) in the Jardin
des Tuileries. With the arrival of outdoor tennis in 1947, the building was converted into a museum dedicated to ...