Musée Fabre

Montpellier
Languedoc Roussillon
Attractions and places of interest
Museums

Even the building housing the Musée Fabre, is a remarkable blend of old and new architectural styles. An arts museum showcasing the evolution of European art from the Renaissance period to modern times, the Musée Fabre counts masterpieces by Veronese, Courbet, Poussin amongst its collections. With 9,200msq of exhibition space filled with 800 works, 900 engravings and 3,500 drawings, it is a beautiful journey through the history of European art, and has lately added some collections of decorative arts from the 18th and 19th centuries to its exhibitions.

Nearby attractions

A beautiful oval-shaped central square in the historic centre of Montpellier, the Place de la Comédie is unmissable sight in the city. One of the largest pedestrian areas in Europe, the square is often filled with street...

Built in the late 18th century, Saint Clément Aqueduct is a beautiful piece of engineering by architect Henri Pitot. Designed to bring water from a spring 9 miles away, the destination of the aqueduct is Peyrou Square where...

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Built in 2007 and recently extended in 2011, the Mare Nostrum Aquarium is a modern aquarium designed to immerse visitors in a spell-binding aquatic universe.

Places to visit nearby

Montpellier in Languedoc Roussillon is a thriving and modern city near France's sunny south coast that was voted one of the New York Times' 'Places to go in 2012'.

Nîmes in Languedoc Rousillon is the home of some of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world and is especially famous for its amphitheatre.

Marseille in Provence Côte d'Azur is the second largest, and the oldest, city in France and is situated on the sunny south coast.