Created in 1938 by the Occitan poet and writer, Théodore Calbet, the Grisolles Folklore Museum has a number of collections linked to various aspects of everyday life from prehistory to the present day. Nestled within a former seventeenth century, half-timbered manor house, the Calbet Museum delights visitors through the diversity and charm of its collections and the manner in which they are displayed. The museum is accessible and dynamic, exhibiting aspects of local folklore throughout the year.
Since 2002, the Calbet Museum has opened its doors to contemporary artists inviting them to explore and re-examine the notion of local traditions, community and folklore.
15, rue Jean de Comère
82170 Grisolles 05 63 02 83 06
- From Thursday to Saturday from 3pm-6pm
- By appointment for groups
- Closed on holidays
- Closed from 24th December 2021 to 10 March 2022
The museum archives are open for consultation by appointment on : 05 63 02 83 06 or by email : email@example.com
- Information : 05 63 02 83 06 or 05 63 67 30 21
Outreach : Célia Touffu – 05 63 02 83 06 / 05 63 67 30 21
- Toulouse via A62 > 32 km
- Montauban via A20 then D820 > 24 km
- Airport Toulouse Blagnac > 25 km
- Train station Grisolles – 15 minutes by foot
- Garonne canal 5 minutes by bicycle