Musee de Cire
18 scenes telling the history of Albi, featuring famous local people and ancient crafts and industries. Closed January and February.
TMG - Train Miniature Gaillacois
Model railway with a kilometre of tracks. Run by former SNCF staff with an eye for detail. Open 14:00-18:00 (everyday July and August, Saturdays April to September and Sundays and holidays all year). At 3283, chemin de Toulze in Gaillac (81).
Natural History Museum - Gaillac
Exhibits up to 1911 include birds, reptiles, minerals and fossils. Open 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-18:00 Wednesday to Monday (Easter to October); Friday to Sunday (November to Easter). At place Philadelphe Thomas in Gaillac (81).
Musee Cagnac les Mines
Coal mining in the Tarn - The Museum sheds light on the history of seven centuries of coal mining. Also visit 350 metres of restored mining tunnels. Guided Tours in English - Open February - December. In Cagnac les Mines 81130 (81).
Musee des Beaux-Arts de Gaillac
Set in the heart of an Italian garden, this museum restored in 1995 houses portraits and landscape paintings of the X1X and XX centuries. Winter hours: Fri., Sat., Sun 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-18:00 Summer: Everyday 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-18:00
Musee du Saut-du-Tarn
The factory was built in 1824 and housed the first hydro-electric station. Museum tells the story of the beginnings of electricity and the production of steel and tool making. Closed 16 November to 28 February and 1 November. In Saint-Juery, Tarn (81).