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Go back in time at the Toulouse Archeology Museum


For fans of ancient history, the mystery of objects unearthed from the past and beautiful items created by human hands, Toulouse's archaeology museum is the place to be. Dive into the past and meet the civilisations that shaped the south-west France over the centuries. 

Musée Saint-Raymond: an archaeological site in its own right

Located on Place Saint-Sernin in the heart of the Pink City, Toulouse's Archaeology Museum is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday, all year round. You can plan your visit in advance via the museum's website.

In addition to an interest in archaeology, you may also want to learn a little more about the local culture and the different civilisations that have lived here. 

In Toulouse's archaeological museum, you can:

  • Discover local historical heritage, through collections of pottery, jewellery and artefacts dating from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. 
  • Enjoy incredible permanent or temporary exhibitions, for an unrivalled immersive experience.
  • Learn a little more about archaeological methods, past and present, and the different research and excavation techniques used.
  • Lastly, if you're an art student, you can study the art forms and aesthetics that have crossed objects and time. 

Studying, living and going out in Toulouse

If you're planning to study for a year or two in the pink city, and you're looking for accommodation, consider a student residence. Nemea Appart'Etud has two, both in excellent city-centre locations.

And if you're wondering what leisure activities there are, or if you're looking for a things to do in Toulouse with friends, you should know that there are plenty of places to go out, cultural gems and some pretty incredible events organised throughout the year! There's plenty to keep you entertained, including a visit to Toulouse's archaeology museum.

By Nahuel Pedroso - Marketing and Innovation Manager

Driven by nostalgia for my student years, I am constantly looking for information and tips to simplify students' lives. My goal is to share these discoveries to help students in their academic journey.