Collection of the City Pass upon presentation of your countermark on smartphone or printed ticket:
Tourist Office of Toulouse at the Donjon du Capitole, Square Charles de Gaulle.
|Opening hours of the Tourist Office of Toulouse|
|October to May||
Tuesday to Friday: from 9am to 6pm
Saturdays: from 9am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm
Sundays and public holidays: from 10am to 12:45pm and from 2pm to 17:30pm
|June to September||
Tuesday to Saturday: from 9am to 7pm
Sundays and public holidays: from 10am to 6pm
The Toulouse City Pass includes:
Toulouse is regularly cited as one of the cities with the best quality of life in France. It is also praised for its dynamism and the beauty of its ancient centre and its Saint-Sernin basilica. Sunny for most of the year and rich in medieval buildings, it is an invitation to walk and stroll. Whether you are planning a holiday or just a short stay in Toulouse, the City Pass will be very useful. For a day, opt for its 24-hour version, which will ensure that you can see the most important places of interest. For a more in-depth visit, give preference to 48 and 72 hour passes.
In all cases, these three versions of the Toulouse City Pass guarantee free public transport and access to twelve famous cultural sites:
The Museum of Tououse, a museum dedicated to natural history and ethnology, essentially known for its skeletons of animals.
The Gardens of the Museum, a perfect place for fine weather, where you can admire and breathe the scents of thousands of plants and flowers from five continents.
The Abattoirs, one of the most famous modern and contemporary art spaces in France. Its quality collections are perfectly highlighted in this atypical architectural space, the beautifully restored old slaughterhouses of the city.
The Augustins Museum, which houses the city's fine arts collection. The museum's masterpieces include paintings from the Italian Renaissance and Gothic sculptures.
The Saint-Raymond Museum, dedicated to archaeology, Toulouse and its region being particularly rich in Celtic, Roman and Paleochristian remains.
The Paul Dupuy Museum, presenting an extensive collection of graphic and decorative arts, including numerous examples of clocks, glassware and furniture.
The Georges-Labit Museum, installed on the banks of the Canal du Midi. This small museum presents to the public the wonders brought back by the ethnologist Georges Labit from all over the world, mainly from China, Thailand, India and Japan.
The Museum of Old Toulouse which invites you to a journey through time by presenting some of the most interesting remains of the Rose City.
The Bemberg Foundation and its collections of paintings honouring artists such as Pablo Picasso, Edgar Degas, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Paul Gauguin.
The Terrestrial Museum of Pastel, entirely dedicated to the delicate art of this charcoal-like technique.
The Château d' Eau, an imposing brick tower overlooking the city regularly used for cultural events. Its galleries are home to the world's oldest photographic museum.
The Quai des Savoirs, an exhibition space dedicated to the promotion of scientific, technical and industrial heritage.
With a Toulouse City Pass in your pocket, you can also enjoy substantial discounts on a wide selection of activities in "la ville en rose". This pass will be provided to you with a tourist brochure detailing all these advantages and giving you the name and address of the partner companies. Take a look at the list of visits offered by the Tourist Office and choose your favourite itinerary, you will be able to enjoy this activity for free on presentation of your Toulouse City Pass. Finally, this pass allows you to save money in some Toulouse boutiques or benefit from discounts on shows and all kinds of activities and excursions in Toulouse and its region.