– Petit Palais: The superb, medieval art collection housed in the Petit Palais ranges from 13thC – 15thC, much of it by Italian masters working on and finally achieving an understanding of perspective. Botticelli’s Virgin and Child is a highlight.
– Musée Calvet, in a marvelous 18thC palace, houses an eclectic collection from 19thC sculptures, varied masterly paintings, gothic clocks, Flemish curiosities and an Egyptian mummy.
– Collection Lambert is a lively contemporary art collection gathered in the 18thC Hôtel de Caumont.
– Fondation Angladon-Dubrujeaud, set in another fine 18thC mansion, with beautifully staged grand masters from Degas, Picasso, Cezanne and Modigliani to the only Van Gogh in Provence.
– Musée Louis Vouland looks after elaborate fixtures and fittings of the French aristocracy in appropriate surroundings.
– Musée Requien d’Histoire Naturelle is a natural history collection that could be either fed to the local dogs or thrown at them.
– Musée Lapidaire, a baroque chapel, specialises in uninspiring Roman stonework and sculptures.