"Broderie" : A BRAND NEW EXHIBITION in 2019
Each year, the Fashion Museum displays a completely new collection of clothes from the 18th century to the late 90s. The embroidery ("la broderie" in French) is the art to add the representation of an object as it is desired on an already-made tissue. There are no chronological links between the different pieces : the visitor is invited to admire the magnificence of the clothes displayed, and to discover the tools that allow one to notice how the embroidery can be considered as an art.
A HISTORIC SITE
The Fashion Museum is located in a part of the former Annociades convent whose architectural traces are still visible: spiral staircase, Gothic doors, vaulted cellar ... The building itself is worth the detour. It is situated at the heart of Albi’s heritage, in an area full of history, the Saint-Julien district.
THE MUSEUM BOUTIQUE
Just next to the museum, a fun boutique offers original, yet still very affordable pieces: vintage clothing and jewellery, haberdashery, lace and antique fabrics but also catalogues and postcards from past exhibitions.
30th March - 29th December
- Tuesday - Sunday: 9.30am -12:00 and 2.30pm - 6:00pm
- Every Sunday, at 3:00pm and 4:30pm precisely, the collector accompanies visitors on a tour.
Registration recommended, included with the entrance fee. (Maximum 20 people per visit).
- Full rate: €6
- Reduced rate: €4
- Albi City pass: €5
- Under 8 - free