Jardin des Orangers

Located at the foot of the wall of the city of Grasse, this garden was created in 1779 by Joseph Amable Arnouphle de Pontevès, the first owner of the site, and remodeled by the City in 1976.
Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, tasted the charms of her geometrically patterned parterres, her pond, her orange trees and her rose bower during a stay in 1811, when she was the host of the Amic family.

Parfumerie Bouchara

The creators
A common passion...

Two emblematic successes (Théosiris and Eau de Grasse), creative spirit, attention to detail, irrefutable expertise as part of the family of great French perfumers: these elements and more make Guy Bouchara and Lynne truly uncommon creators. Each perfume bears their unmistakable signature. When you leave with a bottle of their fragrances, you take a part of them with you. A warm, exclusive welcome awaits you at Bouchara.

Théâtre De Grasse

It had been more than 13 years since the Théâtre de Grasse had not experienced such a major renovation.
Our theater is now ready to welcome you in conditions of exemplary comfort. Feel at home in this setting of almost 500 seats where everyone, in an exceptional proximity with the stage, can believe that the artists speak only to him alone.
These long works have allowed the construction of a lift for the reception room of 11 people in a wheelchair.

Le Petit Train

Wind through a maze of steep, colorful lanes aboard Grasse’s Little Tourist Train, “Le Petit Train,” and discover the architectural treasures of the perfume capital of the world. This enchanting and entertaining ride takes you through the ages, exploring the history of perfume and the city’s famous personalities, all recounted individually and in several languages by virtue of scripted audio guides.

Over the course of this 35-minute trip, the train will take you through the historic streets and charming, narrow alleyways of Grasse’s city center.

Fragonard Perfumes

Usine des Fleurs factory 
Devoted to perfumery and aromatic plants, is surrounded by a superb garden of plants used in perfumery. This modern factory on the outskirts of Grasse opened in 1986 and is equipped with the most up-to-date machinery for producing and packaging our products.

 

Galimard perfumes

Jean de Galimard, Lord of Seranon, a relative of the Count of Thorenc, lived in Grasse where he founded the Parfumerie Galimard in 1747. 
As a founder of the Glovers and Perfumers guild, Jean was a supplier to the court of King Louis of France, “the Beloved,” furnishing the court with olive oil, pomades, and perfumes, for which he developed the first formulas. 

Molinard Perfumes

Welcome to Parfums Molinard, perfumer since 1849, a family company handed down through five generations. 

Come experience this magnificent family mansion and discover the different steps to perfume production, with life-sized automated displays and interactive games. 

Villa Saint-Hilaire

Home, Garden, & Landscape Resource Center

La Villa Saint-Hilaire, formerly the municipal library, is now a Home, Garden, and Landscape Resource Center which was officially unveiled on May 29, 2015.

The content, book, media, and educational selection focuses on the individual relationship between man and nature, dovetailing heritage and public reading opportunities.

This library is organized in sections – Landscape and Region/Garden/ Home/Lifestyle – and can satisfy younger groups (ages six and up), as well as adults and university-level academics.