Berbie Palace

This fortified palace was begun in 1254 or 1265 by Durand de Beaucaire. Bernard de Castanet made it into a fortress, equipped with a massive keep, which can be seen from the river. The fortress was gradually given a less foreboding look (the wall-walk was turned into a pleasant shaded path) and eventually turned into a real palace, which has housed the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum since 1922.

Useful information

Address : 

Place Ste-Cécile

Nearby tourist attractions

Toulouse-Lautrec Museum
Toulouse-Lautrec Museum
The world's most significant collection
2:00
Berbie Palace Garden
Berbie Palace Garden
A magnificent French garden stretches
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Cathedral of Saint Cecilia
Cathedral of Saint Cecilia
The Cathédrale Ste-Cécile is a veritable
1:00
St.Salvi Church
St.Salvi Church
It was the Cathars who were responsible
0:15
Old Alby House
Old Alby House
The Old Alby House (Maison du Vieil Alby
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Hotel Séré-de-Rivieres
Hotel Séré-de-Rivieres
This (15C-18C) home belonged to a family
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Cathedral of Saint Cecilia
Cathedral of Saint Cecilia
The Cathédrale Ste-Cécile is a veritable
1:00
St.Salvi Church
St.Salvi Church
It was the Cathars who were responsible
0:15
Old Alby House
Old Alby House
The Old Alby House (Maison du Vieil Alby
0:15
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Toulouse-Lautrec Museum
Toulouse-Lautrec Museum
The world's most significant collection
2:00
Cathedral of Saint Cecilia
Cathedral of Saint Cecilia
The Cathédrale Ste-Cécile is a veritable
1:00
St.Salvi Church
St.Salvi Church
It was the Cathars who were responsible
0:15
See all