MONTPELLIER - Montpellier
After three years of works, the Fabre Museum in the conurbation of Montpellier, newly refurbished and extended is re-opening its doors and exhibiting nearly 800 works in an area covering over 9.200m2**
You enter it by the inner court of the former Jesuit college.
It owes its origins to the Montpellier artist, François-Xavier Fabre, in 1825.
It is one of the biggest museums in France. It holds Flemish, Dutch, Italian, Spanish and French collections. Painters of the great European schools of the 16th to the 18th centuries (Zurbaran, Reynolds, Tenier, Veronese...) and of the French schools (Greuze, Ingres, Delacroix, Courbet, Bazille...), ceramics and sculptures, contemporary paintings.
The Fabre museum offers two areas for receptions, outside regular open hours. Its architectural environment combines avant-garde and elegance and allows morning or evening events to be organised for up to 400 participants. The Buren entrance hall and the Richier atrium meet the high standards for holding even the most prestigious events.
Auditorium and reception area - room for 124 + 200 people.
Entrance fees :
Adult rate : €6
Pass'agglo rate : €5
Reduction : €4
Entrance fees for exhibition :
Adult rate :9€
Pass'agglo rate : 8€
Reduction : 7€
(including access to the collections)
Opening times : Open every day except on Monday from 10am to 6pm.
Closed on mondays, May 1st and 8th.
Open on July 14th and August 15th.
© La Portée de Daniel Buren : RK Le studio et BLP architectes et Atelier Emmanuel Nebout; salle Courbet : V.Cunillere; salle des griffons : V.Cunillere; salle soulages : V.Cunillere; salles des colonnes : V.Cunillere; salles soulages 2 : V.Cunillere
39 boulevard Bonne Nouvelle
Montpellier Tourist Office - 30, allée Jean de Lattre de Tassigny
34000 Montpellier - France
Tel. +33 (0)4 67 60 60 60 - Fax +33 (0)4 67 60 60 61