Formerly Abattoirs, the space now hosts exhibitions and events that showcase modern and contemporary artists. The monument had to close its doors to the public following the containment measures put in place by the government on March 17. But after a little more than two months of closure, the cultural site is preparing to receive visitors again, in strict compliance with certain sanitary conditions. In particular, no more than 100 people can be in the museum at any one time, and they must wear masks. It should also be noted that, for the moment, there will be no guided tours or group visits. Among the exhibitions to be discovered or rediscovered this summer in this unmissable place in the city of Toulouse: "Viva Gino! Une vie dans l'art", dedicated to Gino Di Maggio and the new 60's and 70's from the Abattoirs collection as part of the 20th anniversary of the place. More information on the Abattoirs-Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse website