The Augustine Museum was rebuilt from an old monastery. The building itself deserves a good appreciation. The design of the exhibition hall of the Roman Column is impressive. The sculpture is beautiful. The oil painting should be classical. The old church has sarcophagus and religious sculptures. The first Sunday of each month is a free visit, which is very worthwhile.
The museum was rebuilt from an old monastery, and the building itself deserves a good appreciation. There is an exhibition hall which is densely packed with Roman pillars. The design is very impressive. The sculptures in the museum are very beautiful, and the oil paintings are full of classical style. It is a very worthwhile museum.
Toulouse's must-see attractions, courtyards with very beautiful corridors, collections of stone tools, paintings and sculptures
The Mus & _3; Edes Augustins Tuluz Augustine Museum was once a monastery. The two art galleries in the garden are very elegant. Museum collects ancient Roman sculptures, Flanders painter Rubens, French Romantic master Delacroix, Toulouse-Lautrec painting treasures and other cultural relics. The opening time is from 10:00 to 18:00. Adult tickets are 3 Euros, children are free. It's about 15 minutes'walk from the railway station.
To come to this museum is to be fooled by its name, thinking that the Tuluz Museum of History is actually the Museum of Natural History, but the museum itself is very good. The layout and exhibition are super-graded, showing the evolution of the earth's surface and the progress of human evolution. On the first floor, there are various minerals and crystals of the earth's crust, video of continental drift, earthquake intensity experience area, dynamic simulation of volcanic eruptions, and seismographs. Then there are thousands of biological specimens, all kinds of birds, animals and flowers, grass and worms. The second floor is like the life of early human beings. State exhibition, there are tools of life and some original sword and shield. The overall decoration style is super artistic.
Once a monastery, this Gothic-style building is now one of the oldest museums in France, collecting many sculptures and paintings.