July to September

Closed for work until May 2023

– Tuesday to Friday: 10 am to 12 pm/ 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm

– Saturday (free individual) 10am-6:30pm

Guided tours: 10:30 am, 3 pm and 4:30 pm

– Sundays and holidays: 2:30-6:30 pm   

Guided tours at 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm

For groups guided tours on reservation throughout the year.

March to June/ October to December

Closed for work until May 2023

– Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 2-5pm

– Saturday (free individual): 12-6 pm

Free visits with audio guide

– Sundays and holidays: 2-5 pm

Guided tour at 3pm 

For groups guided tours on reservation throughout the year.  


Adults : 5,00€

Students : 3,50€

Children over 10 years : 1,00€

Reduced rate 3,50 € :  Patrimoine Passport, 

Free: Members of the Museum,, Chéquier Collégien

Free admission on Saturdays with the support of the Community of Communes Sidobre Vals et Plateaux

Adults (+10 people) : 3,50€/pers

Guided tour + 1 animation: 6,50 €/pers

Guided tour + 2 animations: 7,50 €/pers

For group visits (all year round) please contact the secretariat.

Tour without guide : free

Guided tour + 1 animation: 50,00€/class 

Guided tour and other activity: + 20.00 € / additional entertainment

Cash payment


Credit card : Contactless capped at 50,00€

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Access map

The museum (in the department of Tarn) is located 100 km from the centre of Toulouse (2 hour drive), 25 km from the centre of Castres (35 minutes drive) and 58 km from the centre of Albi (1 hour and 15 minutes drive)

Access to the museum by road
In Castres, by the city center or by the outer ring road, take the direction Brassac and follow the museum signs on the D622.

Attention! Coming from Toulouse by the outer ring road, start by taking the direction Albi then the direction Brassac.

On the D622, arriving on a plateau about 18 km from Castres (about 28 minutes drive) turn left to take the D66. The museum is announced before the crossroads.

GPS coordinates : N 43°39’41.41″, E 2°26’58.77″