Open Hours: Jun-Sep: 10a-7p daily; Oct-May: 10a-5p M-S
The 18th-century Hôtel Pontevès houses the naval museum which traces the career of Provençal-born admiral ... More
Musee de la Marine
The 18th-century Hôtel Pontevès houses the naval museum which traces the career of Provençal-born admiral François-Joseph Paul(1722-1788). The admiral gained fame during the United States of America's war of Independence (1780-81). Over 30 model boats, from 18th-century vessels to modern ships, are exhibited in the museum.
This museum changes its poster exhibition three times a year. The collections are diverse, sometimes devoted to a specific French
or foreign artist, such as Toulouse Lautrec or Folon, sometimes concerned with such themes as the bicycle, May 1968, ...
Jean Pascal Virebent is an important figure in the history of Toulouse. Appointed city architect in 1782, he radically changed
its layout. He opened up six new squares; Place de la Trinite is one of them. His nephew Urbain ...
La Vielle Charite is an outstanding example of religious architecture from 17th century France. Designed by Pierre Puget, the King's
architect and also native to the area, it was constructed between 1671 1745 as a refuge for the city's ...