Cau Ferrat Museum

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.
 

www.museusdesitges.cat

 

SCHUDLE:

From 1 March to 30 June and from 1 to 31 October
- Tuesday to Sunday (including holidays): 10am to 19pm.
- Monday: closed.

From 1 July to 30 September
- Tuesday to Sunday (including holidays): 10am to 20pm.
- Monday: closed.

From 1 November to 28 February
- Tuesday to Sunday (including holidays): 10am to 17pm.
- Monday: closed.

 





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Sitges welcomes the 2nd most important Scrapbooking Fair in Europe


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Exhibition: `Binomis´. Genís Hernández-Roby

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