The Grimaldi Forum has established itself as the Principality’s cultural and business tourism showcase.
Officially opened in 2000, the Grimaldi Forum Monaco has two roles: as a cultural centre and as an events space. This flagship venue, which bears the prince’s family’s name, symbolises the policy of developing large-scale State infrastructure pursued by Prince Rainier III, who was known as the “Builder Prince”. The 70,000 m2 complex was built over the Mediterranean Sea. The spectacular design, featuring concrete, glass and steel, was conceived by Monegasque architects Fabrice Notari and Frédéric Génin.