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Historical and artistic wealth of Osona is demonstrated in the large number of museums and exhibitions which include a variety of archaeological, ethnographic and literature collections.

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The MEV, Medieval Art Museum of Vic, opened in 1981, preserves a magnificent collection of medieval art with masterpieces of Romanesque and Catalan Gothic painting and sculpture. The collections of goldsmithing, fabric, forging, glass and ceramics offer a complete tour of the history of liturgical art and decorative arts in Catalonia. This collection of exceptional value, made up of more than 29,000 pieces, is exhibited in a building located next to Vic Cathedral and equipped with innovative museum facilities.


MEV, Medieval Art Museum of VicMEV,

Individual ticket: €8. Reduced entry for groups (from 15 people): €5. Reduced entry: €5 (ask).


From April to September: Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

From October to March: Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Museum will remain closed on Mondays; January 1 and 6; on Easter Sunday and December 25 and 26.

More information: MEV, Medieval Art Museum of Vic – Plaça bisbe Oliba, 3 – 08500 Vic – Tel. 93 886 93 60 – 93 886 93 61 – –

Romanesque vision:

Espai Oliba + the Museum’s Romanesque collection + Vic Cathedral bell tower. An exclusive guided tour to discover the Museum’s medieval art collection and climb the highest Romanesque bell tower in Catalonia.

– Duration: 1h 30min

– Recommended time: first Saturday of each month at 11am, or for groups, during museum hours, with prior reservation.

– No. max/min per group: 20 / 10 people

– Idiomes: català, castellà, anglès i francès.

– Approximate prices: Price: €8.50 per person; under 10 free

Guided tours:

For the adult public, the Museum offers guided tours of all the collections or a medieval tour of the Romanesque and Gothic painting and sculpture rooms.

– Duration: 1h30 min. visit the Romanesque and Gothic collection and 2 hours visit all the collections.

– Accessible activity: Yes

– Recommended time: All year, during museum hours, with prior reservation

– No. max/min per group: 30 / 1 person

– Idiomes: Català, castellà, anglès i francès.

– Approximate prices: Visit collections €55/ group; Visit language collections €60/group; Visit to the entire Museum €70/group; Visit to the entire Language Museum €75/group. *Tickets separate.

Discover the medieval world – Family activity:

Participatory visit with the family to the Romanesque and Gothic collections using different objects and materials. From 5 years.

– Duration: 1 hour

– Accessible activity: Yes

– Recommended time: Sundays at 11am

– No. minimum per group: 1 person

– Languages: Catalan.

– Approximate prices: Visit included in the entrance fee to the Museum

A thousand years ago today:

Guided tour through the art, culture and customs of the medieval world.

– Duration: 1 hour.

– Accessible activity: Yes

– Recommended time: Every Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

– Languages: Catalan.

– Approximate prices: Price: €8.50 per person; under 10 free

Opened in 1996 it brings together the industrial collection of Andreu Colomer i Munmany who for more than fifty years took charge of putting together more than a thousand pieces made entirely or partially of leather from around the world, of different ages and types (chests, screens, altar frontals, seats, saddles, figures for a theater of shadows, etc.).

Prices:General ticket: 3€. Reduced ticket: 2€ (on request).
Time: from Tuesday to Friday, from 10 to 13 h and from 16 to 19 h. Saturday, Sunday and Festivities, from 11 to 4 h.
Schools and groups, longer times. Closing times: Monday and 1th and 6th January, Easter Sunday and 25th and 26th December..
More information:Museu de l’Art de la Pell – Arquebisbe Alemany, 5 – 08500 VIC – Tel. 93 883 32 79 –info@museuartpell.com
Guided tour:
– Duration: 1h
– Accessible activity: The building doesn’t have architectonical barriers and it is completey adapted. Visits can be adapted to those with disabilities. There is a structure “The tactile look”, specially designed for blind people or with disabilities.
-Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English and French.
– Approximate prices: Visit in Catalan or Spanish language: 40€/group and visit in English of French language: 50 €/gorup

The building called the Sanglas House, which was once an old cotton factory in 1842, has been preserved and converted into a museum to showcase the industrialization ans social transformations that the energy from the river ter mase possible during the mid-nineteenth century.

Prices:General: 4€. Reduced: 3€ (on request).
Times:From 16th September to 30th June: from Tuesday to Sunday and festivities: from 10 to 14 h.From 1st July to 15th September: from Tuesday to Friday from 11 to 14h and from 17 to 20h. Saturday, Sunday and festivities from 10 to 14h. Closed on 1st January and 25th and 26th December.

Mre information:Museu del Ter – Passeig del Ter, 2 – 08560 Manlleu – T. 93 851 51 76 F. 938512735 –

Guided tour:
The visit to Museu of Ter allows you to learn about the singular process of the industralization of Ter river. The visitor will see the force of the water by the spectacular hydraulic turbines which moved these river factories by the main machines of the spinning process. You’ll learn about the industrial culture and the business owners and workers from this region, a story about entrepreneurs, innovation, effort and cooperation which changed the country.
– Duration: 1h and 30m
– Accessible activity: Adapted activity, except for the access to the Fontaine turbine.
– Max/min number per group: 35 / 15 people.
– Languages: Catalan, Spanish.
-Approximate prices: 2€ – 2,5€ per person.

Performed visit: The spirit of Ter
In this part of Ter, on some occasions, when all seems calm, a mysterious character may appear.
It is said that when he appears, the turbine works again, you can hear the sound of women in the factory or even smell the iron and cotton…It is the spirit of the factory, the spirit of a village…it is the spirit of Ter.
-Duration: 0:45h
-Accessible activity: Adapted activity, except for the access to the Fontaine turbine.
– Maximum number per group: 35 people.
-Languages: Catalan
-Approximate prices: 130€ per group. 5 € per person (individuals)

Clues game. Quimeta’s treasure – Activity for families
Quimeta, a girl who worked here in Can Sangles some years ago, hid a chest with her treasure somewhere in the factory. Through this game of clues, we want you to help us find the treasure with the help of a map and clues . Do you want to spend some time looking for Quimeta’s treasure?
-Duration: It depends on the skills when to solve clues. Average: 1 hour 15 minutes.
-Accessible activity: Adapted activity, except for the access to the Fontaine turbine.
– Minimum age: From 5 years
-Languages: Catalan
-Approximate prices: Adult: 3€. Children under 7 years or with Super3 Card: Free.

The Verdaguer House-Museum is the childhood home of Jacint Verdaguer (Folgueroles, 1845- Barcelona 1902), a key writer of the Romantic period in Catalonia. The Verdaguer House-Museum has been operating for over 50 years and is one of the oldest literary museums in Catalonia.
A tour of the facility enables visitors to understand and interpret the life of the poet who lay the foundations of modern Catalan literary language, as well as to enjoy the work that ensured his place in the canon of world literature.
Beyond the building itself, the village of Folgueroles can be experienced as an open museum, giving you the chance to find out about the physical environment of the author and its symbolic importance in his literary output, with works encompassing everything from Catalan modernism to land art. The village is located within the Guilleries-Savassona Natural Area.
The House-Museum is the starting point for several routes and activities that combine landscape and literature.


Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 13:30. Tuesday afternoon from 17:00 to 19:00. Saturday from 17:00 to 19:00 (from 1 April to 1 November). Open all year round except 25 and 26 December, and 1 January. Closed on Monday except public holidays. More flexible times can be arranged for pre-booked visits.

Explore the house where the poet Jacint Verdaguer spent the first two years of his childhood. The bedroom and kitchen of the House-Museum show visitors how countryside folk lived at the end of the 19th century. An audio-visual presentation describes the dramatic and exciting life of the poet who laid the foundations of modern Catalan literary language through key works such as L’Atlàndia and Canigó.
– Duration: 45 minutes
– Accessible activity: adapted for visitors with sight, hearing and motor impairments.
– Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French and English
– Approximate price: €3 per person (see reduced admission)
Folgueroles clue-hunting game
This family activity is designed to be carried out after visiting the Verdaguer House-Museum. Following a set of clues, you discover the most important local landmarks in the life and work of Jacint Verdaguer, including a monument, house, forest, stream or chapel.
– Duration: 2 hours
– Accessibility: the outdoor spaces are not adapted
– Languages: Catalan

Verdaguer House-Museum with breakfast, and poetry at the church
Poetry and gastronomy. The activity includes a tour of the Verdaguer House-Museum, a traditional breakfast of coca del mossèn (a Catalan flatbread) and, accompanied by a guide, a short tour of the village ending up at the square, the perfect place to recite excerpts of poet’s work that evoke his childhood and youth.
– Duration: 2 hours
– Accessibility: the outdoor spaces are not adapted
– Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French or English
– Approximate price: €7 per person (min. 5 people)
– Pre-booking required
Verdaguer Route in Folgueroles
This route takes in the House-Museum and several landmarks of the village related to the writer’s life and work (family homes, Carrer Major and the church), along with the wonderful beauty spots in the surrounding countryside, ending up at the Chapel of La Damunt or the Brins d’Espígol (Lavender Thread) Garden, the place where Verdaguer explains that his life as a poet began as he contemplated the Vic Plain, the Pyrenees and Pedraforca Mountain. Your guide explains and contextualises each of the places on the route and recites excerpts of Verdaguer’s work.
– Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
– Accessibility: the outdoor spaces are not adapted
– Languages: Catalan
– Approximate price: €7/person (min. 10 people)
– Pre-booking required
Verdaguer Route in the city of Vic
The route begins on the balcony of the Town Hall, from where you can observe the famous Plaça del Mercadal (Market Square) and Carrer Verdaguer. It continues by taking in various landmarks of the city that evoke the poet’s life as a student and the intellectual circles he moved in at that time. The route also includes a tour of the Verdaguer Collection of the Episcopal Museum, the exterior of the Episcopal Archive and of the asylum, which marked the most dramatic period in the life of Father Cinto, as he was known.
– Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
– Accessibility: the outdoor spaces are not adapted
– Languages: Catalan
– Approximate price: €6/person (min. 10 people)
– Pre-booking required
Verdaguer Route in La Gleva
Take a tour of one of the most beautiful sanctuaries in the Catalan baroque style, where Verdaguer experienced some of the most dramatic moments of his life. From the room where the poet stayed, participants can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the Ter River while the tour guide evokes the final stage of the poet’s life by reciting excerpts from En defensa pròpia (In Self Defence), Flors del Calvari (Flowers of Calvary) and Sant Francesc (Saint Francis).
– Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
– Accessibility: the outdoor spaces are not adapted
– Languages: Catalan
– Approximate price: individual €7/person (min. 10 people)
– Pre-booking required, approximate price: €3 per person 

Farga Lacambra commemorated the bicentenary of the company with the opening of Copper Museum on 17 April 2008. The museum is located in a modernist building from the early XX century, former residence of the owners the Counts of Lacambra. The museum populirizes the importance of the first metal used by mankind, not only for being an excellent driver of electricity and temperature but also because it is a material vital for health. courecom a element químic.

Copper Museum is a space of participation which wants to go beyond the


exhibition of pieces enablingthe visitors to experiment themselves with this metal. Its contents are divided into four areas: the history of Farga Lacambra, the history of copper, processes and applications and copper as a chemical element. One of the attractions of the visit is a gangway which is the part of the route of the factory and which enables you to see the process of copper smelting and its entire production process live

Prices:Individual ticket 6 € (museum and factory). Reduced ticket :4€(on request).
Time:Monday closed. From Tuesday to Thursday from 9.30 to 13h and from 15h to 17.30h. Friday from 9h to 15h. Weekends by reservation only.

More information:Museu del CoureFundació La Farga- C-17zKm.73,5, Colònia Lacambras/n- 08508 Les Masies de Voltregà – Tel: 938 595 637/93 859 40

Guided tour:
-Duration: 1.30h.
-Accessible activity: Adapted to those with disabilities.
– Max/min number per group: 30/5 people
– Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English and French.
-Approximate prices:Group visits: 55 €.Group visits on request.

Monographic museum dedicated to the Iberian and Medieval Esquerda, archaeological site located on a bend of the Ter. It displays materials in the course of the excavations of the Iberian hamlet (s. IV – 1 AC) and the characteristics of the medieval village.

L’Esquerda has been a favorite monument of Catalans 2019, for more information click here:

More information:Museu Arqueològic de l’Esquerda -C/ Pere Baurier, s/n,08510 Roda de Ter -Tel: 93 854 02 71 –

Interpretation Centre of the archaeological site: Vicus romanorepublican military.
Price:normal: 2 euros. Reduced: 1’50 euros

More information:Centre d’interpretació del Camp de les Lloses -C/ Pau Casals, 2 -08551 Tona -Telèfon 93 812 52 34 –
facebook: @El Camp de les Lloses,
Insta: campdeleslloses,
twitter: @vicustona

Comented and guided visit through the exposition and the headquarters of Fundació Miquel Martí i Pol,  and a route to the Tecla Sala factory with an overview about the local industry.The route lasts 1 hour and a half , more or less, this option can include a comented visit to the Miquel Marti i Pol’s former home.Price: 4 € , free for children under 8 years oldTimetable: from Tuesday to Friday from 10 to 14 (it’s mandatory to reserve at

A site to experience about the essence of Montseny. The lush forests of Montseny were the stage for the stories of legendary characters such as the bandit Serralonga, mythical women of water or the witches of Viladrau who were persecuted and even executed during the XVII century. Parc Montseny of Viladrau allows us to discover it from the stories of all these characters.
From 1st October to 31st March: from Tuesday to Friday from 10 to 14 h. Weekends, festivities, from 10 to 14 h and from 16 to 18 h.From 1st June to 30 September: From Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 14 h and from 16 to 19 h.
Closing times: all Mondays, except festivities. 25th and 26th Decembrer and the whole January.

More information:Espai Montseny,C/ Migdia, 1 – 17406 Viladrau – Telèfon: 93 884 80 35 ––

Guided tours thourgh Montseny
Adapted tours to the level and interests of the visitors: La Sala and Serrallonga; Water, sources and poetry; Climbs to the summits; Chestnuts and chesnut trees;…Guided tours with specialized educators through different spaces in Montseny, Reserve of the Biosphere. Learn about a singular region, full of nature and culture. Itineries adapted to groups, times and capacities.
– Duration: From 1.30h, in the morning or the whole journey.
– Maximum per group: 30 people.
– Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
– Approximate prices: A weekend morning 135 €. A working day morning: 105 €.

Perot Rocaguinarda Site is a center dedicated to banditry of the XVII century through the analysis of the bandit Perot Rocaguinarda. An excursion through his real life and the areas related to the character and also the myth about the bandit.
Prices:General ticket: 3€. Group of more than 15 people: 2€
Times: visits on request
More information:Centre d’interpretació de l’Espai Rocaguinarda -C/ de les Escoles, 2 -08516 – OLOST -Telèfon:938 880 211– 620 837 150 – lespairocaguinarda@gmail.com

Taking the theme of wheat, the Ecomuseum showcases the rich farming heritage of the Vic Plain, an area inhabited by people with deep farming roots, and with a centuries-old landscape of traditional farmhouses and crop fields.

The Wheat Ecomuseum aims to go beyond the four walls of a conventional museum. Its rooms are a group of heritage sites scattered throughout the area, including farmhouses and village cottages, fields, forests, terroirs, market gardens, animals, farming tasks and local people. The initiative aims to showcase the local farming landscape for scientific, educational and cultural purposes.

More information: La Cabanya de la Roca -C/ Santa Fe, 4 -08552 – TARADELL -Telephone: 93 812 61 00 – –

Wheat Ecomuseum Experiences

Following the farming calendar, the Wheat Ecomuseum offers visitors a chance to find out about farming tasks, tools and products through workshops and activities in which they learn about and get to perform tasks related to traditional trades and farming.

L’Alzinar de la Roca (Taradell)

This space is home to over 70 carriages, along with a wide range of bridles and farming tools, collected and restored by the Tonis Association of Taradell, which uses them in the annual Tonis Festival, a horse parade held in honour of Saint Anthony the Great.

Mas el Colomer (Taradell)

This traditional farmhouse located on the Vic Plain houses one of the most comprehensive collections of farming tools, bridles and basketry items. Close to the house, at Camp dels Ametllers, you can see the application of the trènit or quadrennial crop rotation system.

La Calvaria Flour Mill (Calldetenes)

This hydro-powered flour mill, located next to the Stream of Sant Martí de Riudeperes, displays reproductions of various mills powered by human and animal energy. It forms part of the Mills Route, which includes six mills, irrigation channels and pools, constituting an important feat of hydraulic engineering.

Bread Museum (Tona)

Inside what was once the Sañé bakery (now the Portet bakery), you can see tools related to the production of bread, whether in homes or in bakeries, along with one of the most extensive collections of traditional bread in Catalonia, made up of 300 breads from the counties of Catalonia and from around the world.

The Màgic Món del Tren (Magical World of Trains) is a facility suitable for all ages devoted to model train making and collecting. Relatively new to Catalonia, this activity aims to showcase the world of railways in miniature. Josep Arumí Bou, a collector of Märklin trains since 1984, has put together an impressive collection of HO scale (1:87) locomotives and wagons, along with other Number One scale pieces (1:32). This 1000 m2 exhibition (museum) is housed in a modern three-storey building suitable for all visitors and equipped with the latest technology.

Prices: Free admission for children up to 6 years old. Children from 6 to 12 years old: €3.50. Children from 13 years old and adults: €7. Groups of more than 10 people, youth card holders, members of friends of the railway associations, and adults over 65 years old: €6.

Opening times: Winter opening times: Monday (except public holidays): closed. Tuesday to Friday: 10: to 13:00. Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10:00 to 13:00 and 16:00 to 19:00; Summer opening times: Monday (except public holidays): closed. Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 to 13:00 and 16:00 to 19:00.

Closed: 12 days in July and 10 days in February. Special opening times for Christmas, Easter, bank holiday weekends and holidays (check times)

More information: Món Màgic del Tren -C/ Catalunya, 9 -08507 – STA. EUGÈNIA DE BERGA -Telèfon: 938 883 51 30 –

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