Situated in the heart of the medieval quarter next to the cathedral, the Musée du Cloître André Mazeyrie is housed in the remains of the Saint-Martin de Tulle Benedictine monastery, a listed historical monument. Its Gothic cloisters are notable for their fine arcades and the chapterhouse containing valuable 14C paintings. The museum houses varied collections, including exhibits on local life and discoveries in the region, as well as the history of the Bas-Limousin.
Open Tuesday to Saturday, 2-6pm from 1 October to 14 June; 10.30am-12.30pm and 2-6pm from 15 June to 30 September. Closed on 1 May, Ascension Thursday, 1 November ,25 December and 1st January. Free.
From 7 years old
A busy programme of activities including express visits to explore the cloister and «Poincts en suspension» exhibition, concerts, shows, games afternoon and discovery workshops!