The Fort Antoine Theatre is a small amphitheatre on the Avenue de la Quarantaine in the Monaco-Ville ward of Monaco. The fort hosts open air plays in the summer months.
The theatre was originally constructed as a fortress in the early 18th-century before its destruction in 1944. Prince Rainier III had the fortress rebuilt as a theatre in 1953. The parapet of the fort is provided by pittosporum hedges. The militaristic nature of its architecture has been retained with a bartizan and a pyramid of cannonballs at the centre of the theatre.
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Ranjith Pg | Jan 23, 2018
This is a must check out destination in Monte Carlo. It has been turned into a very nice park. Expect to spend a few hours there depending on how fast you can walk, there are a lot of stairs and uphill walking.
Karim Abraham | Jan 23, 2018
The views from Fort Antoine are great!!! Is a MUST see once you are in Monaco. Totally recommended!
aimee lynne-hirschowitz | Dec 6, 2017
The walk up is fantastic, and the theatre a small gem of isolation with magical views of sea and sky.
Ali Bashir | Nov 18, 2017
Beautiful views of Monaco and the sea. Definitely a must visit when in Monaco.
Marcelo KS | Feb 19, 2018
Very nice view from here.
Kris Hadis | May 17, 2018
Astonishing view of Monaco-Monte Carlo. Love the serenity.
James Webb | May 25, 2018
Interesting, however they lock up at 8 pm, almost didn't make it out.
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