If you love Romanic and Gothic art, make for Girona's Museu d’Art. You can also enjoy Girona art from numerous eras and movements.
If you love Romanic and Gothic art, make a beeline for Girona's Art Museum. The centre, which was founded in 1976 in the former Palau Epsicopal (Episcopal Palace) of Girona, houses one of Catalonia's largest collections of art from those two periods. In addition, you can view Girona art from different movements: Romanic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Realism, Modernisme and 'Noucentisme' (turn-of-the-century). Still want more? At the Museu d'Art you'll also find rooms dedicated to ceramics, glass, art belonging to the Catholic liturgy, and temporary exhibitions. You should also take advantage of seeing the unique features of the Palau itself: the Throne Room, Episcopal Prison, Bishop's Chapel and the Viewpoint, which offers one of the best views of Girona.
|Venue name:||Museu d'Art|
Pujada de la Catedral, 12
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sun and public holidays 10am-2pm. Closed Mon.|
|Price:||€5. Reduced: €3.5. Free for under-8s, the unemployed, Friends of the M d'A, and the last Tue of each month, Oct to Jun.|