One of a kind in Ariège

In a small village clinging to the mountainside, XNUMX minutes from Castillon-en-Couserans by car, Galey welcomes you to its Liturgical Museum.

Among its rich listed heritage (Churches, chapel, Stations of the Cross, oratories) You will find at the museum of sacred art clothes (chasuble, alb, stole ...), objects (monstrance, cruet, ciborium, chalice, missal, lectionary ...).

Access is close to the Saint-Pierre church. The educational visit is guided and entry is free.

Open in July and August Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 14:30 p.m. to 18 p.m.
and in April, May, June, September, October depending on availability or by appointment, groups by reservation.

Did you know?
The hosts are bread made without yeast, that is to say with only flour and water as ingredients. It is usually monasteries that make them. Jesus celebrated the Last Supper with the bread that the Jews used for the great feast of the Passover: unleavened bread to signify the newness of the deliverance of God's people and purity of heart.


Couserans Pyrenees

On the western part of Ariège, the Couserans and its 18 valleys is a vast territory divided between high mountains, mountains and [...]


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