Guided Tour

Guided tours on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2pm focus on the exhibition "Artists and Farmers".

Admission + €4

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

The visit will last approximately 1? hours. Meet 10 minutes before the tour in the "espace Frac", on your left as you enter the museum, where the guide will collect you.

The museum is wheelchair accessible and can accommodate disabled visitors 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 feature 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 special programme of student visits is available for current exhibitions. A real encounter with the works of art, this is a time for exchange and sharing.

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

Thursdays (excluding school holidays, zone C) from 6pm to 7pm, with the museum's tour guide.

The tour on 30 May 2024 is given at 4.30pm by students from the literary preparatory classes at Lycée Saint-Sernin, replacing the evening tours on these dates (6pm-7pm).


Students from the MASTER in Culture and Communication, course in Scientific, Technical and Heritage Mediation (MES) are offering a focus of the exhibition "Artistes et paysans. Battre la campagne" for the general public, free of charge and without registration, every Saturday and Sunday from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.

Tours for the deaf and hard of hearing 

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