Guided Tour

From 24 January to 28 February, guided tours on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2pm will focus on the exhibitions on the first floor of the museum.

The number of registered visitors is limited to a maximum of 25 people.
You must register online at the following e-mail address:

The tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours. The meeting point is 10 minutes beforehand in the "espace Frac", on your left at the entrance to the museum, where the guide will pick you up.

The museum is wheelchair accessible and can accommodate the disabled and those with reduced mobility. Numerous benches and cane seats are available.

You can extend your discovery of the works of art in the museum's courtyards, which are embellished with a trail of some fifteen sculptures, including a dozen mosaics by Fernand Léger, as well as in the Raymond VI public garden. The latter offers pleasant walks and a breathtaking view of the Garonne and the Bazacle ford.


Visits for students

A specific mediation for students is proposed on the current exhibitions. A real encounter with the works of art, this meeting is a moment of exchange and sharing.

Price: Admission to the exhibition + €2 on presentation of a student card

- Thursdays (except during school holidays, zone C) from 6pm to 7pm, with the museum's guide-lecturer, except on Thursdays 5 October, 21 december 2023 and 30 May 2024

Visits on October 5, December 21, 2023 and May 30, 2024, conducted at 4:30pm by students from the Lycée Saint-Sernin's literary preparatory classes, replace the evening visits (6pm-7pm) on these dates.


Tours for the deaf and hard of hearing 

Tours in French sign language (LSF) are available on request: