The Paul Dupuy Museum was originally a private museum bought by Paul Dupuy. Today, the museum belongs to the city of Toulouse and offers a collection of paintings, prints, posters and all kinds of art that keeps Paul Dupuy’s legacy alive.
The exhibit of ‘watchmaking’ in the museum, is one of the most rare and exquisite collection in the world and includes the gift of Edward Gelis with 130 pieces that date from the 16th century to the 19th century.
- Museum admission: Euros 4
- Half price: Euros 2
Free on 1st Sunday of the month:
- Guided tour: Supp. Euros 3
- Young Audience (-18): Free Admission
- By Metro/ Subway: Carmes
- By Taxi
- By renting a Bicycle/ Car.
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1.3% of people who visit Toulouse include Musee Paul Dupuy in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
87.5% of people start their Musee Paul Dupuy visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Musee Paul Dupuy
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee Paul Dupuy
People normally club together Musee Departemental De La Resistance Et De La Deportation and Saint Pierre Des Chartreux while planning their visit to Musee Paul Dupuy.
Interesting, a very nice place where you can learn many things.
Lots of watches and clocks. You will be amazed for sure.
Beau musée qui mérite plusieurs visites avant de le connaître. J'ai participé au marathon des mots d'automne et c'était tout à fait génial