The Vittorio Alfieri Auditorium can seat 120 people. It is fully equipped to host meetings and business seminars and it is the perfect place to combine work with artistic discovery.
There are various options on offer outside of public opening times which make available spaces to receive your guests and for cocktail parties to close a seminar.
Private Visit Option
This option offers the privilege of visiting the Musée Fabre permanent collections or temporary exhibitions in unique conditions for up to 200 art lovers.
This visit is tailor-made to your needs and led by a professional museum guide through the heart of the museum collections.
The Musée Fabre is an exceptional venue in Montpellier and it can host private evenings, cocktail parties, business dinners, conferences or private visits to the collections and exhibitions.
There are many spaces available outside of public opening times to make your event a prestigious and memorable moment.
The Buren Reception Hall
The vertical lines of 'La Portée' by the artist Daniel Buren lead you from the Musée Fabre's external walkway into the reception hall where you will be greeted. This work of contemporary art made from Carrara marble and Chinese black granite welcomes you to the start of the collections.
The elegant and refined reception hall is a vast vestibule of 275m² which can hold up to 350 people for a standing cocktail party or 200 people for a seated dinner.
The Vien Courtyard
The Vien Courtyard offers you the option of welcoming your guests in the open air and in a rare architectural setting of Montpellier Louis XVI architecture.
This space can host 350 people for a standing cocktail party or 220 people for a seated dinner.
Private Museum Option
For your outstanding events the museum can be fully privatised for a half-day or an entire day. You will be able to enjoy the 900 works of art exhibited in 9 200 m² in complete privacy.
Our offers differ according to the option selected and chosen related services. Please do not hesitate to contact us for a personalised quote.