The Musée des Augustins de Toulouse is a fine arts museum in Toulouse, France which conserves a collection of sculpture and paintings from the Middle Ages to the early 20th century. The paintings are from throughout France, the sculptures representing Occitan culture of the region with a particularly rich assemblage of Romanesque sculpture.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Top Bird | Mar 1, 2018
Really interesting exhibitions.Plenty of sculptures and some fine art displayed which was great.The gift shop is the first one that I felt compelled to buy merchandise.Usually I don't! Will go again.
Alina Spiridonova | Jan 29, 2018
The museum is so beautiful ! When you enter the place you come to a wonderful garden directly. At first, I even didn’t realize that I’m in the museum. Recommend for visiting for sure
Thomas Baugh | Nov 10, 2017
Greeted by friendly staff, free cloakroom, and the place is near empty. There is an incredible array of sculpture here. I've been most interested in the column capitals which I've never been able to see up close before. The small cloister was a beautiful place to stop for a snack.
Israel Davalos | Feb 22, 2018
Amazing museum. There is a room of amazing paintings and other with a contemporary art which is very beautiful.
Martyna Mędrek | Nov 16, 2017
Beautiful building with inside garden. Old monastery turned museum. A lot of unique sculptures and impressive paintings. Great way to spend an afternoon.
Dalia | Mar 14, 2018
Very unique museum. Variety of collection of statues and fine art. The museum hold lots of art activities for kids and adults. All my family enjoyed the experience of sculpting our own monsters on the Halloween
Hamed Zakerzadeh | Apr 15, 2018
Very beautiful building with a little lovely yard. The collection sounded good to me as a not experienced visitor
Dave Robson | Apr 11, 2018
Great museum, painting upstairs, sculpture downstairs, the building itself is worth a visit even if you don't really like the art.
Beat A. Schwendimann | Apr 8, 2018
This former convent offers a beautiful courtyard and an interesting collection of paintings, grave plates, and sculptures. Worth a visit.
George Knox | May 17, 2018
Museum in a old former convent. Beautiful cloister. Very nice exhibition on Renaissance Toulouse; also capitals of columns. Painting closed due to renovations.
Hazel Nadine | Jun 20, 2018
It’s a beautiful museum located in a former convent. You might be interested if you like statues, sculptures, and paintings and you’d pay 6€ (except if you’re under 18 or it’s the first Sunday of the month). However, the paintings section (which was the second floor) was closed due to renovation with no reduction in ticket prices. It left us with one floor to explore and very little to understand when one does not speak French.
Margarita Damopoulou | Jun 12, 2018
I paid 6 euro just to see one floor. The museum is two floors but the second one was closed!! The museum itself is nice but i don't think it was worth the money. There was a temporary exhibition when i went there so i have managed to see more than what i was supposed to. But still didn't satisfy me.
Golsa Na | Jul 10, 2018
Beautiful full of history and I totally recommend it also just sit in the garden and enjoy the weather and the view
Magdalena Lampart | Aug 4, 2018
Interesting place with a wide array of paintings and sculptures. The old monastery is in a very good condition and is a nice place to run away from hustle and bustle of the city. Students enter for free. :) Unfortunately the part with paintings was closed. :(
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