The Henri-Martin museum offers several permanent exhibition spaces designed to present the wealth and diversity of its collections. The life and work of Henri Martin, a local post-impressionist artist is illustrated through his easel painting and large format canvases. Works by other artists with links to the Lot (Pierre Daura, Edmée Larnaudie) is also on show.
The history of ideas is represented by Léon Gambetta, a native of Cahors. The museum houses a number of cartoons and personal objects.
The archaeology sections sheds light on the Gallo-Roman and medieval periods.
Finally, there is a room devoted to classical fine art works and another collection from Oceania including the exceptional sculpture of the god Rongo.
792 rue Emile Zola
46000 Cahors 05 65 20 88 88
- Full price : €8
- Reduced price, under conditions : €5, for groups (minimum 10 people)
- Price for the last hour before closing : €2, from 5pm
- Free : for everyone the first Sunday of the month ; under 18 years and for adults under conditions
- Annual Pass for adults : €19
Information and reservation : 05 65 20 88 88 – email@example.com
- From Wednesday to Sunday : 11am-6pm
- Closed 1 January, 1 May, 25 December