Cau Ferrat Museum

Place of interest
Museu del Cau Ferrat de Sitges

The home-studio belonging to painter and writer Santiago Rusiñol (1861-1931), converted into a public museum (1933) as per the artist’s bequest to Sitges, is considered to be the temple of Catalan Modernism. It houses Rusiñol’s art collections (wrought iron, ceramics and glass), ancient art - El Greco – and an important collection of modern art paintings and sculptures with works by Santiago Rusiñol, Ramón Casas, Enric Clarasó, Mas i Fontdevila, Zuloaga and Picasso, among others.

Contact
Telephone
93 894 03 64
Email
museusdesitges@diba.cat
Address

Fonollar, s/n
08870
Spain

Town
Sitges

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Category
Art and artists
Advance booking
No
Languages of attention
English
Spanish

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The Castle of the Holy Cross is a fortified area from the medieval period, first documented in 1037
Interactive space with audiovisual resources where we explain the town's history, Fil.loxera and Cava.
The permanent exhibition at the VINSEUM is dedicated to the vineyard and wine, and the close connection these have with the Penedès region and Catalonia. Your journey starts on the third floor of the Royal Palace and ends with a cava or wine tasting in the tavern of the museum.
Sant Martí Sarroca’s medieval church and castle are regarded as an historic and artistic site of national interest.

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