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Musee Georges-Labit

17 rue du Japon, 31400, Toulouse, France
05 31 22 99 80
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Some wonderful Asian pieces

A great little museum. Lots of excellent little exhibits if you are into this sort of art. What... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2015
CityBill
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Farnborough
Cute little museum!

A little bit out of town, but only 15-20 minutes cycle if you take the Velo Toulouse. There was... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2015
Zoe T
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London
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17 rue du Japon, 31400, Toulouse, France
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Reviewed 17 August 2015

A great little museum. Lots of excellent little exhibits if you are into this sort of art. What really stood out was it did seem amazingly over-manned though - I guess that's France today.

Thank CityBill
Reviewed 13 August 2015

A little bit out of town, but only 15-20 minutes cycle if you take the Velo Toulouse. There was lots of interesting information and it makes a change from the usual Toulouse artefacts :)

Thank Zoe T
Reviewed 7 August 2015

A marvellous little oriental palace in the middle of a garden, showcasing the modest but very beautiful private collection of its owner. A must see only if you have time when visiting Toulouse. Though not a priority.

Thank ethanreeves
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Small museum set in an adorable arabic architechture building. Very nices pieces to discover and extremely interesting conferences.

Thank Calou31200
Reviewed 22 June 2015

Tucked away....very interesting...Asia meets France Jus the right size to absorb the art and history

Thank lajolla1
Reviewed 7 June 2015 via mobile

Unlike a lot of larger museums, this one has a select number of artefacts but the quality shines through. With exhibits from Egypt, India, Cambodia, Thailand, Japan, China and Mongolia, the collector obviously had taste and plenty of spare cash. Now well displayed within a...More

Thank Ivymillphil
Reviewed 13 January 2015

in a very beautiful site, an interesting building and garden as well as a historical asian exhibit, for children as well.

Thank ismael69
Reviewed 31 October 2014

Fabulous art beautifully displayed. It's in a great building too. We do have to agree with others about the overly attentive guards. There were more of them than visitors just after opening time on the day we were there.

Thank cordyroy
Reviewed 18 October 2014

The Musee Georges Labit stands in its own gardens and offers a specialist collection of Eastern and Oriental Art, including Chinese, Indian and Japanese art, and art from other south-east Asian countries, including Cambodia. The museum is housed in a villa designed in a Moorish...More

1  Thank Hywel J
Reviewed 1 October 2012

The museum is south of the main city centre, close to the Canal du Midi and a ten to fifteen minute walk from the war memorial arch. Set in its own garden, this museum holds a wonderful collection of Asian and Egyptian art and artefacts....More

2  Thank Steve H
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