We last visited in the 1990s and recall relatively cramped galleries. There has been a major renovation, no doubt in preparation for 150 years since Toulouse-Lautrec's birth in 2014, that has extended the gallery space with several rooms having nice high ceilings. As well as Toulouse-Lautrec works there are good explanations of the environment (Paris cabaret and performers) he indulged in and depicted.
Don't miss the 2nd floor gallery of "modern" art that includes some interesting works by Villard, Bonnard and others from that period.
As others have mentioned 8€ is expensive for those who are just curious and for a gallery that closed for lunch. We also had to join a slow moving queue for tickets at the 2pm afternoon re-opening. The only toilets are downstairs below the galleries and poorly signposted.
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