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The walks

to the meeting of the street art
Montauban, a veritable open-air museum, is an experience not to be missed for all street art lovers!

100Taur and its murals

We recommend that you begin your art tour downtown by discovering a local artist with atypical works.

You will be amazed by these gigantic representations of chemicals inspired by nature and mythology.

This is on Rue Porte du Moustier, the first monumental mural by the artist 100Taur.

Since then the visual artist with a strong identity has delivered three other murals inspired by works by Ingres: the Longing of Ossian, Roger Delivering Angelica and Œdipus and the Sphinx.

Want to surprise yourself, go find out without further ado!

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pays tribute to the famous Montalbanais


and its Space Invaders

Did you know that Invader left his mark in Montauban during his passage? Go on a hunt for the Space Invaders!

Start this hunt with “The Source of the Invasion” at the foot of the Musée Ingres Bourdelle, rue du Tescou. This work pays tribute to the city’s renowned artist: Ingres. From there, go in search of ten other small characters that will surprise you provided you are well observed…

Good to know

A map showing the location of the Space Invaders can be picked up for free at the tourist office reception desk.

Sculpture in the city

a whole history

You are bound to come across the sculptures of another child of the “country”: the sculptures of Antoine Bourdelle. Step by step, you can admire a total of ten bronze works: Sapho playing the melody for you, Penelopewaiting for her Odysseus or the enigmatic Last Centaur.

Yesterday’s artists inspire today’s artists, along the unveiled alleys.

Starting at the Esplanade des Fontaines, discover Cleopatra by Flavio de Faveri, then head up to The Wave in tribute to Camille Claudel. A little further on, at the kiosk, admire the monumental arrows that seem to have been shot by the Heracles emerging from the ground installed a little further on the belvedere overlooking the Jardin des Plantes.