Jacint Verdaguer, a key figure in the Catalan literary renaissance, was born in Folgueroles in 1845. His family home has been transformed into a museum that you can visit. And it's worth a trip because the museum itself is inside a typical 17th-century village house, and of course you get the opportunity to learn more about the priest-poet Verdaguer. In fact, the whole village of Folgueroles is like an open-air museum dedicated to the writer, and we recommend that you take a look around it either before or after calling in at the museum.
|Venue name:||Casa Museu Verdaguer|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 10am-1.30pm; Sat, Sun 10am-1.30pm, 5pm-7pm.|
|Price:||General admission: €3. Reduced: €2.50. Free: under-12s, unemployed, teachers, ICOM card holders, and members of Amics de Verdaguer and the Societat Verdaguer.|