Paul-Dupuy museum

Hidden away in the centre of Toulouse, the fascinating Musée Paul-Dupuy is a captivating museum of decorative arts - and also has an absorbing collection of prints, etchings and drawings all brought together by connoisseur Paul Dupuy in the early years of the last century. You’ll have the chance to admire regional pottery and glassware - some of it hundreds of years old - and Dupuy’s personal collection of clocks and watches dating from the 16th to the 20th centuries. One undisputed highlight is the "Cor de Roland”, a musical instrument carved in ivory, reputed to belong to Roland the Valiant, the renowned French knight. What's more, since it's located in a former mansion belonging to a prosecutor, the Musée Paul-Dupuy takes you to a part of the pink city that’s rich in history.


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Toulouse City Pass

The Paul-Dupuy museum is free with the Toulouse City Pass

Toulouse City Pass 24h

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Toulouse City Pass 48h

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Toulouse City Pass 72h

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Opening hours

The Paul-Dupuy Museum is open every day except Monday from 10am to 5pm.


For the visit of the convent (Cloister, Chapter House, St. Antonine Chapel and Refectory):

  • Full Price : 4 €
  • Reduced price : 2 €
  • Free admission for young people under 18 and for everyone on the 1st Sunday of each month

City Pass Toulouse

Toulouse City Pass includes:

  • all public transport Tisséo
  • free admission to museums and monuments in the city centre
  • discounts 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


13 Rue de la Pleau
31000 Toulouse
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