Touring exhibitions

Le MHNT participe au Congrés ECSITE 2018. Venez nous rencontrer sur notre stand N°51!


20/03/2018 - L'exposition "Préhistoire(s), l'Enquête", retourne en Bretagne, à Lorient! Elle y sera visible jusqu'au mois de septembre 2018.


16/03/2018 - Notre exposition panneaux, coproduite avec TAT productions, "Les Coulisses des As de la Jungle", est présentée au Festival International de Cinéma d'Animation de Meknès (FICAM) du 16 au 21 mars!



09/03/18 - Notre exposition "Eau du Haut", coproduite avec la Cité de l'Espace vient d'être présentée au Parlement Européen de Bruxelles!


02/02/18 - "Ours, mythes et réalités" est présentée à la Bâtie-Neuve jusqu'au 1er mars 2018!



Joy Latour Gineau

Travelling Exhibitions Coordinator

Chargée des expositions itinérantes

Tel.: + 33 (0)5 31 22 90 52[arobase]


Virginie LAURENT

Exhibitions and Roaming Head Manager

Responsable des expositions et itinérances

Tel.: +33 (0)5 62 27 45 46




Since 2011, the Museum of Natural History of Toulouse has been touring its exhibitions in Europe, South America, Asia and Africa.

The Museum of Toulouse draws on the expertise of its renowned scientists, and makes available fun and high-quality exhibitions, combined with a reknowned museography. Our last big success is the exhibition "Baby animals", on display at the « Cite des Sciences » (Paris, France), attracted more than 211.000 visitors! 

Will you be the next place to welcome our touring exhibitions?


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Since more than 150 years, the Museum of Toulouse has been curating more than 2 million specimens and is depository of more than 100.000 artifact.


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Travelling exhibitions internationally renowned.

Adaptable to different spaces, we offer you exhibitions or photos exhibitions, widing from 80 up to 450 square meters.


By booking a "Made in Museum" exhibition, you will receive:

•  a personalised coordination regarding all aspects relative to hosting an exhibition (communications, public relations, legal, logistical, administrative)

•  additional resources to enrich your public programming offers (such as a mediation kit)

                                                •  individualised follow-up with a reliable Museum of Toulouse representative

                                                •   a successfull exhibition, approved by our publics

Our Travelling Exhibitions 




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

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 square meters (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 square meters

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 square meters (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 sqare meters 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.




AVAILABLE 2018 Jungle Bunch backstages!

Inspired by the famous animated film As de la Jungle, this poster exhibition coproduced by the Museum of Toulouse and TAT Production plunges the visitor into the backstage of this movie, and the secrets of a movie making / film forming / film manufacturing.


Exotic pets

In this interactive and fun exhibition, the visitor will meet new types of pets, extracted from the wilderness: ferrets, reptiles, birds, monkeys... Through its way into the exhibition, the visitor will be questioned about the ecological, ethical and legal issues.