Our travelling exhibitions








WATER, THE EXHIBITION 150 to 200 sq. m. (1610 to 2150 sq. ft), with WATER SEEN FROM ABOVE 300 sq. m.

Playing with mock-ups, mouldings and interactive multimedia, the exhibition alludes to the water in the constitution of life and in the organization of our societies.

It can be completed with "Water seen from above", which explores the role of satellites in the using of this resource.



BABY ANIMALS 450 to 700 sq. m. (4840 to 7534.74 sq. ft)

Specially adapted for young children, this exhibition introduces 73 species of baby animals, with specimens and interactives based on our five senses.

 The exhibition is divided into 6 themed zones, each including audio-visual presentations, experiments, games, interactive activities...



PREHISTORY, THE INVESTIGATION 150 to 300 sq. m. ( 1610 to 3770 sq.ft)

An original investigation into the depths of prehistory! A real pre-historical burial place, discovered in 1928 on téviec Island, just off Quiberon, France, is at the centre of a trhilling scientific investigation. 



BEARS, MYTHS AND REALITIES 150 to 250 sq. m. (1075 to 2150 sq. ft)

Exploring the bear through the Culture, Nature and Society themes, the exhibition questions the visitor's relationship with this animal, seen as a teddy bear by our children as well as a dangerous beast in our mountains.



WATER SEEN FROM ABOVE 100 to 120 sq. m. with WATER, THE EXHIBITION 300 sq. m.

Our brand new exhibition, coproduced with the Cité de l'Espace, Toulouse, examines the contributions of satellites to our understanding and ability to manage water on Earth.



The Toulouse Museum, in collaboration with the Toulouse-based company TAT productions, proposes to revisit the animation series Les As de la Jungle, broadcast daily on France 4, by creating a new and entertaining exhibition on the preservation of the environment for 7-12 year-olds. The Aces of the Jungle, super-justifiers of the forest, will confront the real world and discover the species that inspired their conception.