Albi museum

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03 June 2022  |  Tourism, Culture

Albi Fashion Museum

If you are passing through Albi, discover the Fashion Museum.

The fashion museum is located in the heart of Albi, a city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located in part of the former convent of the Annunciades, a historic building, of which many architectural elements from the 12th to the 17th century are still visible: vaulted cellar, spiral staircase, carved doors...

Various exhibitions where you will find embroidery and haute couture pieces. In four years, the Fashion Museum has welcomed nearly fifty thousand visitors.

"Embroidering is the art of adding to the surface of a fabric already made and woven, the representation of such object as desired, flat or in relief, in gold, silver or shades." - Charles Germain de Saint-Aubin, embroiderer to the King, in 1770.

Albi museum

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You will find very floral creations, an exhibition that forms a real bouquet of flowers, a floral and shimmering fireworks display.

Albi Museum

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Elegance in its purest form with pieces at the service of fashion, such as Chanel and Balanciaga with dozens of garments (18th century clothes, waistcoats, court train, visit, etc.) and a host of accessories. Tarifs

Normal price: 6 € Albi pass price: 5 € Reduced price: 4 € The reduced rate applies to children aged 9 to 14, students and job seekers. Admission to the Museum is free for children up to and including 8 years old. Schedule Museum: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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