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Museu del Cau Ferrat

Carrer Fonollar, s/n, 08870 Sitges, Spain
+34 938 94 03 64
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Cau Ferrat 's Museum is the workshop that the painter Santiago Rusiñol built in Sitges by the sea in 1893 to house its paintings, iron, ceramics, furniture and antique glass. The museum preserves intact the space and works of art that the modernist painter collected. His visit is an invitation to immerse ourselves in the spirit of Modernism and his idea of the creation of total art. On their walls they upload works by their fellow generations such as Ramon Casas, Ramon Pichot, Ignacio Zuloaga or Dario de Regoyos, and young emerging artists from that period such as Pablo Picasso, Manolo Hugué and Isidre Nonell.
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Carrer Fonollar, s/n, 08870 Sitges, Spain
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+34 938 94 03 64

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We almost walked by this delightful attraction, as the entrance is fairly inconspicuous. That would have been a mistake. This an absolutely lovely place with an eclectic, charming and impressive collection of art and artefacts. It was one of the higlhights of our day trip...More

Thank Jonathan S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Easy train trip from Salou with quick change at San Vincenc. Unlike many other towns who close their museums early afternoon, Sitges has to be congratulated for keeping this wonderful museum open all day except Mondays of course. The Cau Ferrat and the Museu Maricel...More

Thank vessi80
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Beautiful old architectural landmark, this place is one of the pleasant surprises that we can find along a walking tour through the charming little town of Sitges

Thank Jorge A
Reviewed 24 September 2017

Don’t know why we haven’t visited this gorgeous museum on our previous visits to Sitges, but we were very glad to have finally explored inside. It’s a wonderful collection of art, sculpture, traditional ceramics and wrought iron objects – I could have taken a photo...More

1  Thank Janie M
Reviewed 28 July 2017

We attended 2 summer concerts here, one jazz and one opera - both excellent. They cost 12 Euros and that includes a glass of cava. they nlast an hour in beautiful surroundings, overlooking the sea. The building and pictires are really lovely and the little...More

Thank Johncon13
Reviewed 26 July 2017

The exterior of the building is a must see and brilliant for photographs. Inside is a joy, check on the door as opening times do change often. But once inside it takes your breath away. Enjoy.

Thank Malcolm M
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Beautifully renovated buildings with lovely objects of interest, art and sculpture from Catalonia and beyond. Well worth a visit.

Thank Kate O
Reviewed 1 July 2017

We visited the museums and took the tour opposite. A great morning, loved the art work and the antiques. Lots to see, very good value and a great way to spend some time when you've had enough of the beach.

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Museu Cau Ferrat was the home and study of the artist and writer Santiago Rusiñol. An amazing collection of wrought iron, paintings, religious artifacts, glass and more. Down the visit museums Spain app to get English commentary on selected pieces of the vast collection. Some...More

1  Thank Andrew K
Reviewed 25 May 2017

There are a lot of great displays. You can also get combo tickets for other museums that are close by. From what we saw the entrance is free on Wednesdays so might be good to wait if you can.

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