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Le palais de la Berbie

Tourism professionals

Group rates and group tour conditions

The group rate (€2.50) is applicable from 15 persons upwards.
Each group is allowed free admission for one person accompanying.

Independent group visit

The Toulouse-Lautrec Museum requests you to book visits for 7 or more persons led by an external leader or guide.
Fax. 05.63.49.48.88 or by e-mail servicedespublics@museetoulouselautrec.com

Group visit options

Unaccompanied tour
Visit the Museum unaccompanied using audioguides in French, English, German, Spanish and Italian. Available at the ticket office for 3 euros against the deposit of the group leader’s identity card.

There is a limited number of audioguides and they cannot be reserved in advance.

 

Theme tours
Based on a theme or a visual concept, these tours offer different approaches for a better understanding of the art and the artist Toulouse-Lautrec.
Information and appointments,
Tel. 05.63.49.48.70
or by e-mail servicedespublics@museetoulouselautrec.com

 

Guided tour
The collections, the Palais de la Berbie and the gardens
This tour with commentary takes you through the museum and its collections, the history of the Palais de la Berbie and its gardens.
Tour in French, English, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese.

Information and bookings with the Museum’s public service.
Tel. 05.63.49.48.70 or by e-mail
servicedespublics@museetoulouselautrec.com

at the Albi Tourist Office
Tel. 05.63.49.48.76
www.albitourisme.com

 

 

Unaccompanied tours, spoken commentary

The persons designated below are authorised to give commentaries, subject to prior consent of the Museum, upon presentation of qualification to the Museum reception.

  • Conservators who hold a professional card issued or recognised by the Ministry of Culture.
  • Persons qualified to lead a tour with commentary in the museums and historical monuments historiques (decree 2005-791 dated July 12th 2005), holders of valid cards of national lecturer, national guide-interpreter, regional guide-interpreter, guide-conférencier des villes et pays d’art et d’histoire, or a valid prefectoral or ministerial authorisation in the case of foreign lecturers.
  • tour leaders approved by the Centre des Monuments nationaux
  • teachers with their class
  • Museum staff members authorised by the Museum’s chief conservator
  • persons individually authorised by the Museum’s chief conservator.

The authorisation to deliver spoken commentaries before a group expires at the end of the reserved period.