Free admission to museums dates back to the 90s. Thanks to the proposal of the Ministry of Culture and Communication, it is the Louvre Museum which inaugurates this novelty. In 1996, one of the capital’s greatest museums opened its doors for free on the first Sunday of each month for two years. Faced with its success, this innovation has been perpetuated over time since 1998 and offers more and more museums to visit in France.
The pink city also has the pleasure to offer you this access to culture for free the first Sunday of each month. It is the opportunity to come and admire the richness of the collections of the Toulouse museums and its exceptional heritage.
Moreover, Toulouse has a very beautiful and atypical architecture, the occasion to (re)discover it by strolling in its alleys.
The museums concerned are the following ones
- Les Abattoirs Museum
- Saint-Raymond Museum, Archaeology
- Museum of Toulouse
- Convent of the Jacobins
- Gallery Le Château d’Eau
- Museum of Natural History
- Gardens of the Museum in Borderouge
- Quai des Savoirs
Several partner museums are currently closed for renovation: the Musée des Augustins – Musée d’Arts de Toulouse, the Musee Georges Labit and the Musée des Arts Précieux Paul-Dupuy.