Musée des Augustins
What to expectSet in the heart of historic Toulouse is the Musée des Augustins, housing the Museum of Fine Arts of Toulouse. Prior to the French Revolution, the building was an Augustinian convent which is deserving of a visit in its own right. This means you're discovering two attractions at once. On the one hand there's the vast permanent collections of the museum, with some 4,000 works on display: a collection of paintings and sculpture from the Middle Ages to the early 20th Century. On the other, there's the architecture of the convent, with its cloister and Gothic church, with brickwork that reminds the visitor that you're in the heart of the pink city that is Toulouse. Also on offer are playful writing workshops, suitable for all ages, and story-telling tours of selected exhibits, to make the art come more fully to life.
Opening hours for the Musée des Augustins
All year round : open every day except Tuesday, from 10am to 6pm. Late night opening on Wednesdays until 9pm.
From 10am to 5pm on December 24th and 31st
Attention : last access 30 minutes before closing time.
Closures: weekly on Tuesdays, January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.
** Full price: 5 €**
** Reduced price: 3 €** : (minimum group of 15 people, Toulouse Culture card)
Free entry (permanent collections): the 1st Sunday of each month for all, and permanently for under 18s, students, CRIJ and Orange Toulouse cards, disability card, journalists, curators, Friends of the Musée des Augustin
Reduced fares and free of charge are only granted on presentation of valid proof.
Toulouse City Pass
The Toulouse City Pass includes:
- All 'Tisséo'public transport
- Free admission to museums and monuments in the city centre
- Reductions on many activities
- A cruise on the Garonne or the Canal du Midi
For more details, visit the page dedicated to the Toulouse City Pass