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.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10am 6pm
Wednesdays from 1pm to 9pm
Saturdays and Sundays 11am to 6pm
Closed on Mondays
Full access for disabled visitors
13 rue Montpelliéret
Tel: +33(0)4 67 14 83 00
City centre, Esplanade Charles de Gaulle
Tramway line 1 stop Corum or Place de la Comédie