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Victor Brun Museum

Museum of Natural History
The museum presents an important collection of birds from around the world, mammals and fossils that invite you to travel.

A little history

The museum presents an important collection of birds, mammals, fossils from the phosphorites of Quercy (Lot) and a fragment of the famous Meteorite of Orgueil which fell near Montauban in 1864.

Did you know that?

Located today in the former palace of the Cour des aides, the project of the Muséum Victor Brun hatched in 1852, under the will of the members of the Société des Sciences (Agriculture et Belles Lettres du Tarn-et-Garonne), wishing to make their private collections available to the people of Montalban.

Appointed curator in 1857, Victor Brun was naturalist, but also a member of the Society and the holder of most of the collection that makes up the Museum.

Practical information

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Good to know

Every first Sunday of the month, admission is free!

Access to the Museum is free for holders of an individual ticket from the Musée Ingres Bourdelle.

The workshops offered during the vacations are free and on reservation.