The Fabre museum
Visit one of the city's main art museums, the one that houses one of the most important collections of French paintings. The museum was created in 1828 by the painter François-Xavier Fabre. The various exhibitions and collections will delight enthusiasts and art lovers.
The Atger Museum
Nestled in the heart of the historic buildings of the Faculty of Medicine, the Atger Museum is the oldest museum in the city. The museum has a very rich collection of Flemish, Italian, Dutch, German and French drawings and prints. The museum is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons for tours.
The museum of Old Montpellier
Housed in the Hôtel de Varennes, this museum presents collections of various objects recalling the history of Montpellier, from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. You will be able to observe the statue of the Madonna and Child from the 13th century, the golden cabinet of the consuls dating from the 17th century, furniture from the 18th century, but also engravings of the city's urban history.
The anatomy museum and conservatory
Located in the heart of the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier, discover an exceptional and unusual place rich in nearly 5,600 pieces. Also nicknamed “the museum of horrors”, you will find astonishing pieces there: skulls, hearts, livers, lungs, surgical instruments and many others. It's an atypical visit that awaits you in Montpellier.