Museums

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Visiting Albi also means visiting its wide range of museums. There is always a place to satisfy all tastes and audiences. The Toulouse-Lautrec Museum is the largest public collection in the world dedicated to this famous painter, born in Albi.
If you love contemporary art, industrial tourism, skills, knowledge or adventure then the museums in Albi are for you: the Lapérouse Museum, the LAIT Gallery, the Musée de la Mode (fashion museum), the Musée du Saut du Tarn, the Maison du Vieil Alby (medieval house), the Museum for All by Raphaël Cordoba...
  • The Toulouse-Lautrec museum

    The Toulouse-Lautrec museum is located in one of the most beautiful corners of Albi: the Berbie Palace. The Palace is one of the Episcopal C...
  • The Lapérouse museum

    This museum is dedicated to the fabulous round-the-world trip of the Albi sailor, Lapérouse. To access this museum, one crosses the Pont Vie...
  • The Lait, art centre

    The L.A.I.T, the International Artistic Laboratory of the Tarn, has promoted contemporary art in the Tarn for over 30 years: exhibitions, co...
  • The fashion museum

    One of the main strengths of the Fashion Museum is to present a completely new exhibition each year, always centred around a chosen theme. E...
  • The museum of the Falls of the Tarn

    The Museum of the Tarn Falls is located in the former Saint-Juéry metallurgical plant, a few kilometres upstream from Albi. You will plunge ...
  • The old Alby house

    The Old Alby house is the soul of the Episcopal City, one of the major symbols of Albi’s historic centre. The ‘Albi Heritage’ Association ke...
  • Raphael Cordoba's museum for all

    The Albi painter Raphaël CORDOBA dedicated 25 years of his life to pay tribute to the greatest painters in history from the 14th to the 20th...

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