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Getting there

The museum is situated in the town centre, near the Cathedral of Sainte-Cécile and the Tourism Office.

Individual cars may be parked in the town centre car parks. Tourist coaches should park in the Place de l’Amitié entre les peuples, close to the Mediathèque Pierre-Amalric, avenue Charles-de-Gaulle.

Disabled and wheelchair-bound persons may be deposited within the museum enclosure.

Getting there by car

From Toulouse,1 hour, 79 km by the A68 motorway. Arriving at Albi by the “RN 88” dual carriageway, take the exit for Le Sequestre, follow the signs for Albi-Université then Albi centre.
Follow the signs for “cœur historique”.’.

From Montpellier, 2½ hours, 200 km. A9 motorway, take the exit for La Cavalerie then take the RN112 in the direction of St Affrique-Albi.
Follow Albi-centre then follow the signs for “cœur historique”.

From Bordeaux, 2 hours 55 min, 260 km. A62 motorway to Toulouse, then A68. Arriving at Albi by the “RN 88” dual carriageway, take the exit for Le Sequestre, follow the signs for Albi-Université then Albi centre.
Follow the signs for “cœur historique”.

From Paris, 8 hours, 690 km. A10 motorway, then A20 to Toulouse and then A68. Arriving at Albi by the “RN 88” dual carriageway, take the exit for Le Sequestre, follow the signs for Albi-Université then Albi centre.
Follow the signs for “cœur historique’’.

From Barcelona, 4½ hours, 465 km. AP7 motorway to La Jonquera. Continue on the A9 to Narbonne then A61 to Toulouse and A68. Arriving at Albi by the “RN 88” dual carriageway, take the exit for Le Sequestre, follow the signs for Albi-Université then Albi centre.
Follow the signs for “cœur historique”.

Getting there by train

Nearest station: Albi-ville, 10 minutes on foot, in the direction of Albi centre.
Albi-Paris, 7 trains per day, 9 hours journey. TGV via Bordeaux, 6 hours journey.

Getting there by plane

Nearest airports: Toulouse, Rodez and Carcassonne.