A short hop from the Pont Neuf, a monumental stone doorway hides a masterpiece of the Classical Renaissance. You can even take tea here in the summer, if you are brave enough to face the lions and warriors…
The sumptuous courtyard of honour is the backdrop for two façades punctuated by antique columns and linked by a stairway tower. Everything matches the level of ambition of the man that commissioned it, Pierre d’Assézat, merchant and Capitoul of Toulouse, who made his fortune from pastel in the XVI Century.
Bequeathed to the city in 1895, it was then home to the academies and learned societies where the Floral Games were created in 1323.
It was this exceptional venue that was selected by the Argentine Georges Bemberg in which to display his collection of art, which you can explore at the foundation that shares his name.
Beneath the loggia, you can quench your thirst as you contemplate the courtyard and façades of the most beautiful Renaissance mansion house of Toulouse.
Reduced mobility access
Services & Facilities
- Fully equipped meeting room
Days closed: Monday
Days open: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Bank Holidays
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MardiFrom 09:00 to 19:00
MercrediFrom 09:00 to 19:00
JeudiFrom 09:00 to 21:00
VendrediFrom 09:00 to 19:00
SamediFrom 09:00 to 19:00
DimancheFrom 09:00 to 19:00
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