If you're travelling with kids in Monaco you can find a lot of fun in Monte Carlo. Parks, attractions, museums will never let your kids to be bored.
First nice place you can visit is Monte Carlo National Museum consists of a collection of dolls and automats manufactured in Paris in the 19th century.
Not in Monte Carlo but in the northern neighborhood of Monaco-Ville, at the Palais du Prince or Prince’s Palace the visitor will experience the intimate history of Grimaldi’s family, one of Europe's oldest royal dinasties.
In the Exotic Gardens, visitors can enjoy a natural but fantastic environment made only of exotic plants.
Grotte de l'Observatoire offers attractions in the tropical garden include a grotto, which goes around 60 m deep into the rock, where various fossils may be seen.
Princess Antoinette Park is a majestic park at Monte Carlo's perimeter. The natural beauty of the place attracts a great many visitors as well as locals set on getting in touch with nature. Be sure and check out this little kingdom of the sacred olive tree during your visit.
Monaco Naval Museum is unique museum features more than 250 naval, marine and ocean-going objects, boats, yachts and many intricate models of famous ships including several valuable and important pieces from the private collections of Prince Rainier II of Monaco.
Le Rocher is Monaco's towering 60 meter high rock that over looks the Monte Carlo and the Mediterranean beyond. The overlook is the site of the Palais de Justice and the Palais Princier, besides being the best spot for a panorama of the city.
With a world-wide reputation, Oceanographic Museum is dedicated to all marine sciences. Its collections of marine fauna collected by Prince Albert 1st are invaluable. Its famous “Aquarium” where the rarest species of fish in magnificent shapes and colours swim about in 90 pools, offers a grandiose spectacle.