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Musée Saint-Raymond

Toulouse | Archeology
€3 - €5
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The Saint-Raymond Museum or the Antiques Museum is the Archaeological Museum of Toulouse. It is installed in the walls of the former Collège universitaire Saint-Raymond of the xvi century which nearby with the Saint-Sernin Basilica. It has reopened its doors to the public on Saturday, may 8, 1999, after more than four years of renovation. During its renovation, part of the ancient Paleo-Christian necropolis dating back to the IV 5th century has been updated.

The place became a Museum in 1891 and is firstly reserved for "Small antiques", i.e. small works of art and archaeological objects. It is thus used to unload the Musée des Augustins. It is profoundly reorganized by Émile Cartailhac which took in 1912. He became in 1949 the Archaeological Museum of Toulouse and thus receives the Antiquities of the city.

The collections range from prehistoric times to the year 1000. For the prehistory, the Museum has of statues-menhirs of Mehta and Frescaty. For the early history, the Museum has bracelets, brooches and bracelets and bronze age axes and rings of leg and Fenouillet Lasgraisses gold for iron age and more specifically the time of the Volques Tectosages. The rest of the iron age collections comes from the Cluzel, Estarac and Vieille-Toulouse sites.

10:00 - 18:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Musée Saint-Raymond
  • Address: 1 place Saint-Sernin - 31000 - Toulouse - France
  • Phone: (33) 05 61 22 31 44


Boutique, Café


Exposition, Visite guidée, Atelier pédagogique, Conférence

Getting there

  • By car : A61 (Perpignan, Barcelone, Lyon, Nice), A62 (Bordeaux, Paris, Lille), A64 (Pau, Bayonne), A68 (Albi)
  • By plane : aéroport de Toulouse-Blagnac

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