Mediation and multimedia
Developed specifically for the exhibition, ambitious mediation tools will ensure you get the most out of your visit. You will also find guided visits and many different things to do around the exhibition. Events for children and youths from 18 months to 18 years old; events for all the family, adults and students, hands-on activities, conferences, theatre, exceptional evenings… Learn more about this rich cultural programme in our agenda.
During the visit
Manipulations and illustrations around the artistic techniques of the exhibition punctuate the visit and illustrate the artistic effervescence of Toulouse in the 16th century: tapestry, stained glass, sculpture, terracotta....
A multimedia touch-screen kiosk
In a s space dedicated to Renaissance architecture in Toulouse, you will make discover at 360° a selection of remarkable hotels.
The contents are available in French, English and Spanish and online.
Continue your visit of the exhibition in Toulouse to discover Renaissance architecture. The geolocation of the application guides you through the city, no need for a map. You become a member of a jury of the 16th century and take part in the vote of the most beautiful private mansion in Toulouse.
You will make a 10-step route to discover the most beautiful residences.
Available in English, French and Spanish.
Two movies lead you to discover the techniques of bronze casting. The first film traces the Columbia University of New York project: reviving a cast iron recipe from a Renaissance Toulouse manuscript, cast iron from nature. The second film directed by the Frick Collection of New York explains the technique of casting a medal.
There is a documentation centre for those who want to go further after the exhibition, relax or browse through the catalogue or reference books for young and old.