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Musee Toulouse-Lautrec

Opposite the north side of the cathedral, Albi, France
+33 5 63 49 48 70
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Interesting for art fans

Glad we have been as were in Albi and trying to visit all places of interest. Interesting building... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Nicola B
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Edinburgh
Excellent collection

From his early work through to his final days, a fine collection of his work including some of the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Corleyweld
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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  • Average7%
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Opposite the north side of the cathedral, Albi, France
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+33 5 63 49 48 70
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Reviewed yesterday

Glad we have been as were in Albi and trying to visit all places of interest. Interesting building with good views over the river. The history of the building in relation to the Cathars is interesting

Thank Nicola B
Reviewed 2 days ago

From his early work through to his final days, a fine collection of his work including some of the more famous posters.

Thank Corleyweld
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well worth a visit to view an extensive collection of all aspects of His art, from early days to a final portrait shortly before his death.

Thank LynnPoly
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I'm a total bore when it comes to holidays and sightseeing. Anywhere that's quiet and not overcrowded is a winner for me. So spending an afternoon here and not talking to a single soul whilst viewing the fabulous artwork was perfect. The garden was beautiful...More

Thank 11Lexi11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museum in a former bishop's palace. Very interesting, lot's of information. Next to the cathedral.

Thank Mark D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'm not a fan of Lautrec but after going through the museum, I understand the artist and his life and work better.

Thank Pat L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The building alone was worth the visit and the collection was both comprehensive and beautifully presented. Allow at least 2 hours for your visit to fully appreciate the many skills of this great artist. The gardens at the rear of the building are also a...More

Thank SarahF1978
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Toulouse-Lautrec is probably known for his long name, but I hadn't heard so much about his works. It was very interesting to see how his style changed throughout the years. Worth a visit!

Thank RiaAdams
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Fabulous art collection in the heart of Albi, where Lautrec himself used to live. Nice relaxed atmosphere and lots of good information cards to give more background if you're interested. Beware of the closing time in the middle of the day (between 12 and 2pm).

Thank thatkiwi2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Who doesn't know Toulouse-Lautrec for his vivid posters and his intense works reflecting sometimes the seedier side of life in Paris. His early life was spent around the Albi area and in this museum you can see how his talent was already very apparent at...More

Thank UKtraveller077
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