You can continue discovering different places of interest in the Baix Llobregat region, and next up is the Museu de les Aigües, the water museum of the Fundació Agbar. The museum, in the old Cornellà power station – opened in 1909 and still working – tells the story of water through experiences adapted to all ages. In particular, it shows the evolution of how water has reached homes in the metropolitan area of Barcelona.
And stay in Cornellà to experience the next stage of the getaway. Have you ever visited the Museu Palau Mercader? It’s well worth it! On the first floor you’ll discover the cultural and artistic tastes of an aristocratic family of the last century. There are over 3,000 objects, including furniture, curtains, lamps, paintings and old portraits...
The second floor of the Palau, in contrast, is occupied by the MMACA, the Museu de les Matemàtiques de Catalunya, a unique venue that explores the world of mathematics and completely interactive, where you’ll have fun learning about this subject feared by so many students.
Before or after visiting the Palau Mercader, take a stroll around the park surrounding the building, which was part of the estate’s gardens.