The Fabre Museum, created thanks to the painter François-Xavier Fabre, took over a Massilian townhouse in 1828, in the Ecusson district in Montpellier, just on the edge of the esplanade.
Since then, many donations have increased the collection. They cover European production from the Renaissance to the present day: Nordic art, French 17th century, romanticism, realism, academism and impressionism. The main artistic movements are all represented here.
The large prints and drawings collection is exhibited on rotation over two rooms.
Recent refurbishments have provided the 20th century works, including those of Pierre Soulages, with a new pavilion which boasts a remarkable facade. This refurbishment has also enabled the Fabre Museum to host temporary exhibitions on an international scale.
The prices shown are for entrance to the permanent collections
The Fabre Museum is located on the Esplanade, near the place de la Comédie
Tramway : lines 1 and 2 - Station: Comédie
All year long :
From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00
On first Sunday of the month from 10:00 to 18:00
Special Fees :
Full price : Free
Admission prices :
Students up to 25 years : 4 €
Full price : 6 €
Children from 6 to 18 years : 4 €
Closed on 1 January, 1 May, 1 November and 25 December