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Georges Labit Museum, Toulouse
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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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We gave our 12 and 14 year old children the task of finding sights in Toulouse and this is one of their choices. My 14 year old daughter just loved this museum. It had amazing and extremely interestin... read more »
Un petit musée qui mériterait une remise en forme, ne serait-ce des lumières qui font des ombres quand on regarde les oeuvres exposées. Muséographie nulle et bas de gamme. Dommage, pas vraiment digne ... read more »A small museum that deserves a fitness, wouldn't it lights that make shadows when we look at the exhibited works. Null and low-end museography. Too bad, not really worthy of a big city like Toulouse.show original
Très jolies sculptures du Japon et d'autres pays Belle momie .tout les objets bien entretenu et encore une fois Très jolieLovely sculptures of the Japan and other countries beautiful Mummy .all well maintained objects and very pretty once againshow original
Roland G.Very interesting and very well-presented collection: the labels are very legible, well-drafted, well-lit and at correct height. Parts are well lit and perfectly implemented value. Visit before the designers of the future come off the light and rot the lives of visitors...show original
Karine gayHello, my husband and I went there together with our daughter (15 months) stroller and our 6-year-old son. We are been very badly welcomed. Seeing the stroller, this staff to panic. So they forgot the most basic politeness (Hello, is it you please, thanks, subject-verb-complement phrases). I have to wear my daughter all the time. My son was followed very ready any during the visit while I was holding her hand, he is quiet and obedient. I felt so watched over that I preferred to cut short my visit. Damage is a beautiful place and the exhibition is interesting.show original
Christian GermillacA little light for a Museumshow original
Laurine DupouyI find it top of a museum like that in our beautiful city of Toulouse! Special mention for the Mummy ;)show original
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