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Went here on the first Sunday of the month for free admission, and glad I did. I saw the whole thing in about an hour but what collection they did have was interesting. The Jesuit pharmacie was nice but not a lot of explanation with...More
An unusual collection of watches, clocks, porcelain and an extra exhibition of Victorian optical illusions which was underwhelming. However there was an amazing glass chandelier and an automated clock which was amazing in detail and made the visit worthwhile.
This small museum is in a quiet side-street, quite close to the Carmes metro station. It has an odd collection of various decorative arts. You start on the ground floor with some small religious artefacts and a recreated pharmacy. Then to the basement, where there...More
I really enjoyed a visit to this compact museum full of fascinating items.
The museum takes up 3 floors of a pretty building and only has 9 rooms. It means that you can see everything there in about an hour.
Here are a few positive...More
We visited this museum on a recent stay in Toulouse, it's quite small but I found the artefacts to be of high quality. I especially enjoyed the old pharmacy shop and the collection of clocks and watches on the first floor. Entrance fee is €4,...More
We shouldn't have gone in after the lady at the desk said that 1 or 2 rooms were closed and there was no discount due to the closing, but we did. Big mistake. Turned out that there were more than 1 or 2 closed. Quite...More