↪ Discorvering Les Halles de la Cartoucherie
What to do at Les Halles de la Cartoucherie ?
Les Halles de la Cartoucherie is a third place, a hybrid space combining food, sport, culture, work and social ties, in a changing district of Toulouse.
Former industrial workshops, the Halles de la Cartoucherie will open their doors in September 2023. Mainly from Toulouse or the Occitan region, the inhabitants of Les Halles offer a swarm of activities:
market stalls, street food, bars, a café, a grocery store and a cooking school
Climbing, squash, fitness, yoga, Pilates, dance and circus arts
Year-round cultural events at Les Halles and the future auditorium (early 2024)
Coworking space, offices, meeting rooms, training rooms
Such as a bookshop, a thrift shop, a hairdresser/barber, etc.
Les Halles de la Cartoucherie is open every day of the year.
October to February
Sunday to Thursday: 8am – 11pm
Friday and Saturday: 8am – 12am
March to September
Sunday to Thursday: 8am – 12am
Friday and Saturday: 8am – 1am
Certain areas, activities or events have their own opening hours. Take a look at our schedule or the specific pages for each of the activities and businesses for more details.
HOW TO GET HERE
Les Halles de la Cartoucherie
10 Place de la Charte des Libertés Communales
As La Cartoucherie is an eco-neighborhood, no parking is allowed on public roads. Please use eco-friendly transport.
By tram and metro
Take the A line to the Arènes stop, then the T1 tram to the Cartoucherie stop
15 minutes from the city center / Vêlo Toulouse bike-share docks nearby
Take the 45 or L2 to the Cartoucherie stop
Park in the Indigo parking lots near Les Halles:
- Toulouse Du Barry
- Toulouse Grande Bretagne
- Toulouse Raymond Badiou
The entirety of Les Halles de la Cartoucherie is accessible to persons with reduced mobility. To make sure your visit goes off without a hitch, feel free to contact the concierge before you arrive, at 05.32.65.97.00