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Georges Labit Museum, Toulouse

(4.1/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
At Georges Labit Museum, see 3,000 years of arts and crafts from India, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Tibet, Japan and China, as well as remarkable collections of Coptic art and Egyptian antiquities. Housed in a Moorish villa, this eclectic museum features a library with more than 2,000 titles from the 19th century through present day. The books cover subjects like art history, art technique, photography, cartography, and museums. Take one of the workshops offered throughout the year, such as the famous "Art of Japanese Tea Ceremony." Admire exotic Asian and Mediterranean plants as you stroll through the botanical garden. To visit Georges Labit Museum and other attractions in Toulouse, use our Toulouse trip builder.
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  • The Georges Labit Museum houses one of the finest French collections of oriental art - Japan, China, Asia South-East, India, Tibet-Nepal - as well as a large collection of Egyptian Antiquities. The cost of admission to the Museum is from 2 to 4 euros. There is really no what to deprive. Not to be missed.
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  • First beautiful Moorish-style in a Park building intimate side channel of the South... Once this décor, rest visit the various galleries, including a beautiful part dedicated to all beauties Japanese prints. The visit is both cultural and relaxing (even with children, - if!) An atypical place, but endearing.
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  • A very original and Moorish House in front of the channel of the South. I loved the Japanese armor, the mask that reminds our former president Chirac, and an Egyptian Mummy... It's not very big, the visit is fast, but to see when it comes to TOULOUSE.
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  • The 2nd best museum in Toulouse. NOT to miss. Mesmerizing architecture and beautiful garden in the background. Alongside amazing items from Japan and China and an actual MOMMY from Egypt. Best to visit on a sunny day cause you go straight out to the gorgeous Canal du Midi and the Port Saint Sauveur.
  • Small museum, a bit outdated, full of charm. On the other hand is rather cordial, see cold. The number of employees is impressive! We wonder what purpose they serve. The visit is also punctuated by dehumidifiers engines, so that one has the impression of walking through a giant fridge.
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  • Very nice place, good art, interesting... and free the first Sunday of each month.
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  • Small museum that I loved because so far from the large structures, it allows a real listening of the exhibits because we like to take time of to stop. !
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  • Small museum with a collection of antiques of Egypt and Asia countries. The building itself is beautiful as well as the garden
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