Musée Jean-Honoré Fragonard, the Musée-Villa Fragonard Art Museum mainly exhibits works by the French painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) and his family members. These artistic paintings show the exquisite beauty of Rococo art. Some interior decoration murals were painted by Fragonard from the age of 11. Fragonard is a native of Grasse, and the local perfume brand Hua Gongna takes his surname. A 15-minute walk from the train station.
This museum is full of art, you must visit the museum in France, the French museum is very famous, this museum is mainly to commemorate the most famous painter of Glass, it is really good inside.
Grass is a mountain city so we stopped at almost an indoor parking lot near the tourist center at the high point, the old town needs to be walked in, there are obvious parking signs along the way, there is a beautiful viewing platform from the parking lot overlooking the town, Walked down the winding ramp into the old town and had a long walk, met people, the visitors center commentary in the flesh helped us point out the list to the aroma square, by the time we reached the old town it was almost dinner, so many shops were closed The town is almost closed, but the one that was previously located in the center of Piazza Fangxiang is open, but it is not really bright as the European meal is obviously starting at 8:9, people don't eat so early, and the bus from Nice is about a drive from Grasse Around an hour, Grass is also a small town on the hill, there is a French film about perfume and Grass town, the small town is not very populated, the main feature is the flower Gongna perfume factory, you can get a discount voucher at the tourist information office, the town is almost half a day
The museum has a craft display shop for mixing and bottling. The bottom floor is the shopping center.