405 Promenade des Anglais - 06200 NICE
Tel.: +33(0)4 89 04 55 20http://www.arts-asiatiques.com
Opening hours: 10:00-17:00 - 18:00 (01/07-31/08)
Annual closing: 01/01, 01/05, 25/12
Weekly closing: Tuesday all day,
Dispositions spéciales Covid-19 :
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Standing in the artificial lake in Parc Phoenix, in a building of white marble and glass designed by the Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, the Asian Arts Museum evokes the spirit of the main civilizations of Asia, India, Southeast Asia, China and Japan through both classical and contemporary works. Temporary exhibitions, as well as performances and other activities, like the famous ‘tea ceremony’ illustrate the Museum’s creativity.
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The white marble and glass building of the Museum of Asiatic Arts stands on an artificial lake in the Parc Phoenix botanical gardens. Through classic as well as contemporary works of art, it bears witness to the principal civilisations of Asia, India, south-East Asia, China and Japan. Nice’s Museum of Asiatic Arts opens its doors for working meetings, breakfasts, conferences and evening receptions. Events of all sizes, big and small, are set off to their best advantage in this beautiful and unique setting on the botanical garden’s artificial lake.
The minimalist and uncluttered sophistication of the museum area is ideal for meals, buffets and cocktail receptions for up to 250 people.
The Tea Pavilion is a perfect and original spot for breakfasts, meetings and conferences. Traditional Asiatic entertainment can be provided by Japanese and Chinese masters.
The museum is also available for photo and film shoots on Tuesdays (museum closed).
Free guided tours are available if the museum area is hired.
Other attractions can also be organised for a fee, to add a lively touch to your evenings: ikebana (Japanese flower arranging), Origami (the Japanese art of paper folding), shodo (Japanese calligraphy), shufa (Chinese calligraphy), Chanoyu (Japanese tea ceremony)
PAVILLON DU THÉ
The tea pavilion is a unique place of its type and ideal for working breakfasts and/or meetings, conferences. This 65 m2 space can host up to 19 people.
Classroom : 19 pers.
Cocktail : 19 pers.
Sit down meal : 19 pers.
ESPACE MUSÉAL REZ-DE-CHAUSSÉE
In the midst of the permanent collection, 180 m2 dedicated to your reception of up to 200 people.
Cocktail : 200 pers.
Sit down meal : 80 pers.
ESPACE MUSÉAL SOUS-SOL
ESPACE MUSÉAL 1ER ÉTAGE
Your receptions, a "crown" around the central staircese.
Cocktail : 100 pers.
Sit down meal : 60 pers.
Cocktail : 200 pers.