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Girona Art Museum is located in the incomparable setting of the former Bishop’s Palace, a building first documented in the 10th century. It now houses the most important art collection in Girona province, with pieces dating from Romanesque times to...more
I prefer art from the 1800s onwards and there is little in the collection from this time. What there is, however is good. The rest tends to be art and sculptures from churches various. There is a nice lounge with coffee machine which is nice...More
Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Liz P
mdA_Girona, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Girona Art Museum, responded to this reviewResponded October 30, 2018
People tend to forget that, in spite of the Civil War, Catalonia kept its medieval and renaissance works of art almost intact. This museum was a surprise for me. I had never seen so many marvelous medieval representations of Mary and Jesus. All of them...More
We had a superb guide, she was enthusiastic erudition. There is so much to see and the n museum is well curated and laid out. The art is mostly religiously inspired but with strong Moorish influences in the early centuries.
The retables were themselves sensational....More
Date of experience: September 2018
Thank David B
mdA_Girona, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Girona Art Museum, responded to this reviewResponded September 25, 2018
Dear David, thank you for your kind review, we are so glad you enjoyed the experience and loved the collection.
The staff were warm and welcoming. The museum is well set out with many beautiful pieces. There is a lift. I picked up a gorgeous book about Dali in the gift shop for my grandson. The museum is a tranquil place to chill and get...More
Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Ellen R
mdA_Girona, Communications officer at Girona Art Museum, responded to this reviewResponded July 2, 2018
Thank you so much for your kind comment, we are glad that you enyoyed the visit to the Girona Art Museum. Regards from Girona!
I had time and it was a cloudy day so after the Basilica and the Cathedral (both a must) I ventured into the museum. I usually leave if it is not to my liking but I ended up spending over 1.3 hours in there... going...More
Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Ligia J
mdA_Girona, Communications manager at Girona Art Museum, responded to this reviewResponded May 4, 2018
Thanks, Ligia, for your opinion. We are glad that you enjoyed your visit. We are working on the translation of contents into English and French, it is already done in the Baroque collection. We hope that you will visit us again.
Went here today, it was free entry. Normally you can buy a combined ticket. Normal cost is only €4 so not a big price to pay. Packed with interesting pieces over 3 floors. Not busy , plenty of space to admire the art freely.
Date of experience: April 2018
mdA_Girona, Communications manager at Girona Art Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 26, 2018
We are glad that you liked it! Thanks for your comment
Just near to the amazing Cathedral this museum transports you back in time. Filled with Medieval statues of stone and wood, vivid paintings of how a Saint reached Sainthood and many other beautiful artifacts, this museum is a must visit.
Date of experience: April 2018
mdA_Girona, Communications manager at Girona Art Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 24, 2018
With your €10/€8 entrance fee you also get access to the Cathedral and Colegiata de Sant Feliu. As an extra bonus, the triple ticket lasts 48 hours so you don't need to do the lot in one visit. If you've just done a tour of...More