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Montserrat Museum

Museums, Art and design

This museum never takes a day off. It shows the cream of the crop of abbey’s heritage, gathered from the Napoleonic devastation. The museum opened in 1963, but its contents date back to 1911, with objects from the monk Bonaventura Ubach’s expedition to the Middle East. The modernist rooms from Puig i Cadalfalch feature, over two floors, both old and contemporary paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries paintings, Byzantine icons, jewellery, archaeological pieces from the biblical world, and Nigra Sum, about the adventures of the Virgin of Montserrat.

By: Marc Serrano i Òssul


Venue name: Montserrat Museum
Address: Muntanya de Montserrat
Monistrol de Montserrat (Bages)
Opening hours: Open 365 days: Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm; Sat, Sun 10am-5.45pm
Price: Adult: €7. Students, pensioners, and groups: €6. Kids: €4
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