The Fabre museum itself is an astounding work of art, an innovative combination of classic and contemporary architecture. Today, the museum offers over 800 works, 900 engravings and 3,500 drawings in its 9,200 m² exhibit area.
Come admire the numerous masterpieces that have contributed to its reputation.
You enter by the inner court of the former Jesuit college. It owes its origins to the Montpellier artist, François-Xavier Fabre, in 1825.
It is one of the biggest museums in France. It holds Flemish, Dutch, Italian, Spanish and French collections, painters of the great European schools of the 16th to the 18th centuries (Zurbaran, Reynolds, Tenier, Veronese...) and of the French schools (Greuze, Ingres, Delacroix, Courbet, Bazille...), ceramics and sculptures, contemporary paintings...
[INFO]: due to the sanitary measures, the musem is closedEntering the Fabre Museum, a step or two away from Place de la Comédie, means plunging into a wonderful world that is both far away and close at hand.
Il pleut, il fait gris, le vent souffle… la météo est capricieuse pendant votre séjour à Montpellier ? Ce n’est pas grave vous verrez que Montpellier se découvre aussi de l’intérieur pour le plaisir des pet...
A mosaic of atmospheres
Montpellier, festive, mediterranean and creative city...