The TLM offers private discoveries of the Museum which can be started off or followed by a moment of conviviality. The rooms are available to businesses, institutions and associations for holding exceptional events and Public Relations events of small, medium or large size, based around the collection.
The TLM offers the option to organize a Public Relations or Press Relations breakfast in a privileged setting. The reception is followed by a private guided tour of the collection.
On weekdays, 8 am - 10 am (except Tuesdays, from 1st October to 31st March).
The TLM offers a private guided tour of the collection and practical art or performing art workshops. These entertainments can start or round off a cocktail evening (aperitif or buffet dinner) or a seated dinner (number of persons limited).
Evenings, from 6 pm (except Tuesdays, from 1st October to 31st March).
Seminars, meetings or conferences
It is possible to organize, over a half-day or a whole day, a meeting, seminar or AGM in the fully-equipped Auditorium.
Coffee break, welcome or goodbye cocktail can be organized in an adjoining room.
The day is punctuated by a private guided tour of the collections.
Offer your guests the Museum album or one of the many gifts on offer at the TLM Shop.
Situated in the very heart of the Episcopal City classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Palais de la Berbie forms with the Cathédrale Sainte-Cécile one of the best-preserved episcopal complexes of France. Built from the 13th to the 14th century, it was redesigned in the Renaissance and in the Classic era.
Its imposing brick walls, rooms with ogival arches and French gardens today serve as a showcase for the work of the Albi painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901).
The indoor spaces
The Espace Choiseul and the Lude Gallery, rooms with brick arches, can accommodate up to 150 persons (120 for a dinner).
The Auditorium numbers 156 seats, including 4 disabled seats. It is fully equipped with the most recent audiovisual technology.
The Workshop is a modular space that can accommodate up to 120 persons.
The temporary exhibition room is a contemporary space which, when not in use for temporary exhibitions, can hold up to 300 persons (200 for a dinner).
The outdoor spaces
The Cour d’Honneur, at the heart of the Palais de la Berbie, can hold up to 500 persons (300 for a dinner).
The Terrasse du Bastion can accommodate up to 150 persons (80 to 100 for a dinner) and the Cour de Bernis up to 500 persons (300 for a dinner). With their view over the Tarn and the Palais gardens, they are the ideal setting for open-air events.
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