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The Crier's House

Exhibition place in town
Do you know this building with an enigmatic head at one of its corners that seems to be screaming?
According to oral tradition, it was under this one that the public crier announced the set prices of goods and other legal declarations.

Did you know that?

The crier will meet you every Saturday at 11:44 a.m., to announce the city’s cultural program!

At 11:44 a.m. precisely, in reference to the founding date of the city of Montauban in 1144.

With passion, he makes you discover the cultural heritage of our city, but also his mysterious trunk!

Catch it, it contains objects that are at first sight unusual or intriguing, but which all refer to a beautiful Montalban history.

Little ones and big ones, the Crier is waiting for you!

A little history

2 Rue Gillaque is an 18th-century building overlooking the beautiful place Nationale, which retains some nice older remnants, including a 15th-century turret and a 17th-century gallery.

Restored by the City of Montauban, it is now home to the Maison du Crieur on the first floor, a true exhibition and meeting place.

Celebrities and heritage of Montauban

The Crier, passionate about history and curious about everything, has prepared a big surprise for you!

A new room awaits you at the Maison du Crieur, a viewing room that offers a must-see playlist on the history of Montauban and its personalities. Make yourself comfortable and follow the guide.

The Playlist

Animations

all year round

Many activities are offered inside and outside the House of the Crier: Conferences on various themes, workshops for young and old, mini-concerts, artistic appointments, books and magazines to read on site, a monthly “trouvaille” displayed in the window…

Find all the news from the Crier House, in our agenda.

Practical information

To prepare your stay

Address

2 rue Gillaque 82000 Montauban

Phone

05 63 20 50 36

Web
Schedules

Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Free admission.