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Museum of fine Arts and its garden

From 6 €

Ancien palais des archevêques
18 place François Sicard
37000 TOURS
LONGITUDE : 0.694009 / LATITUDE : 47.394598

  • French
  • English

The Museum of Fine Arts in Tours is housed in the former Palais des Archevêques and showcases an incredible collection: Italian Primitives including two famous panels by Mantegna, paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and a fantastic group of reception pieces submitted to the French Royal Painting Academy. Pieces by Boucher, Perronneau and Nattier stand next to fabulous furniture oozing 18th century pomp in the reception rooms. Delacroix, Degas, Monet, Rodin and Ziem reflect the 19th century. The 20th century collection features work by Calder, Ernst, Hantaï, Monory and Debré. Bring your family to the Fun Museum one Sunday a month. Free entry the first Sunday of the month.


  • Full adult price 6,00 € (ticket valable toute la journée)
  • Group rate 3,00 € (10 pers. mini.)
  • Discount rate 3,00 € (12/18 ans, étudiants, + 65 ans)
  • Free rate (- 12 ans, dem. emploi, étudiants en Histoire de l'Art et 1er DIM du mois)
  • Annual subscription pass 30,00 € (Musée des Beaux-Arts, Château de Tours, Musée du Compagnonnage, Muséum.)
  • Guided tour extra charge 40,00 € (10 pers. mini)
Moyens de paiement : Carte bleue - Postal or bank cheques - Cash - Money transfer - Visa


  • Groups accepted (up to 30 people)


  • from 03/01/2018 to 31/12/2018 : from 09:00 to 12:45 and from 14:00 to 18:00 (except Tuesday)


  • Individual visits
  • Guided tours on request yes
  • Average duration: 01:00
  • Group tours
  • Guided tours on request yes
  • Average duration: 01:00


  • Library
  • Interactive terminal
  • Play area
  • salle de location


  • Wifi access


  • Spoken languages : Wifi access Wifi access
  • Documentation : Wifi access Wifi access
  • Visit : Wifi access
  • Langues panneaux : Wifi access Wifi access
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