In 2,600m2 of exhibition space at the Muséum de Toulouse, Zoology, Botany, Ethnography, Geology, Palaeontology and History show the relationship between human beings, Nature and the Environment.
Located in the Bourderouge district, the Muséum de Toulouse also includes a garden area and lake in the centre of the city. The whole complex is housed in an environment-friendly building. In the Gers, the paleontological deposit at Montréal-du-Gers, owned by the City of Toulouse, will allow the public visiting the Origin Road to visit and dig for fossils.
Instructors at the Toulouse Natural History Museum mediate with the 200,000 visitors a year on a daily basis. Used to working with different types of audience, they provide the right experience for each visitor… and even if they are not on-site our facilities will help you understand the importance of the deposit.
This is a world-class geosite because of the discoveries made here. It’s one of Europe’s major sites and the most important paleontological site discovered in France for a century.
20 years of hands-on experience, repetitive stays by the participants and publishing scientific research papers guarantee the quality of the content.
Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle de Toulouse
Centre ville 35 allées Jules Guesde
Jardins du Muséum / Quartier de Borderouge : 24-26 avenue Bourgès-Maunoury