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O Museu d'Art de Girona é um museu de arte de renome mundial localizado na histórica cidade de Girona, Espanha. O museu abriga uma extensa coleção de arte da Idade Média até os dias atuais, com um foco particular na arte catalã. O museu também abriga vários artefatos arqueológicos importantes, além de uma biblioteca e centro de pesquisa.
O Museu d'Art de Girona foi fundado em 1854 pelo governo catalão. A coleção original do museu consistia em obras confiscadas de instituições religiosas durante a revolta catalã de 1833. O museu foi expandido e agora inclui obras de alguns dos artistas catalães mais importantes, como Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí e Pablo Picasso.
O museu está localizado no centro de Girona, perto da Catedral de Girona. O museu está aberto de terça a domingo, das 10h às 18h. A entrada é gratuita para crianças menores de 16 anos e descontos estão disponíveis para idosos e estudantes.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
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It preserves a rich heritage of religious images, altarpieces, capitals and goldsmith's pieces. Today has opened a magnificent exhibition of female artists from the early twentieth century. Forgotten women in the history of art. All worth seeing.
Very nice museum for those who love religious art. The temporary exhibition on female painters of the early 20th century is also very interesting. Have.
I recommend this museum, it is just beautiful
Splendid exhibition of religious art of which I would highlight the Romanesque carvings, the Gothic altarpieces and the didactic room where the manufacturing process of leaded stained glass is shown.
Interesting and very entertaining game for the baby
Amazing museum! You can learn a lot of things there and in addition 4 languages are available, French, English, Spanish and Catalan, I recommend even if it is a bit long so not to do with children under 11/12 years old
Great museum in what was the Episcopal Palace with paintings, carvings, sculptures, altarpieces, etc. that constitute one of the best collections of Catalan art, ranging from Romanesque to the present, all very well indicated and explained. In one of its rooms there is the famous Lleona, the authentic one, dating from the 11th or 12th century
Ótima arte em um grande edifício, muito sobre um tema religioso. Coisas inspiradoras, vale a pena uma visita
In my opinion, this is a wonder of a museum. First, obviously, for its collections. I was greatly impressed by its numerous and exquisite Romanesque and Gothic carvings, and I am also grateful for the opportunity to appreciate and learn about the work of great local artists whose names I did not even know, for having made their careers far from where the vellums of genius are distributed. And second, I also greatly appreciated the museum quality of the space: well-lit works, dated and adequately separated to favor their contemplation. And I did not stop being grateful that, inside the museum, there was a rest room with armchairs, toilets and a drinks machine, where the long-suffering tourist could rest his feet for a moment. Yes, I would also have appreciated that the explanatory labels of all the works were, at least, in the two official languages of the community, but hey...!
One of the best museums in Girona. In addition to the interest presented by the Episcopal Palace itself, the collection is excellent, especially the pieces of sacred art. Ideal to take advantage of the free Sunday of each month.
Excellent selection that ranges from the Romanesque to the 20th century. I find them especially significant: numerous late Gothic and Renaissance altarpieces that can be admired in their entirety and up close; many pictures that made up the Renaissance altarpiece of San Feliu; several beautiful works by Catalan artists of the 19th century (Modest Urgell, Santiago Rusiñol ...). The temporary collections are also very good (in December 2021, two collections dedicated to interesting 20th century artists: Celso Lagar i Hortense Bégué, and Palau Ferré).
A great journey into the history of Girona's art
A special place. And the attention from the director, magnificent. Like your recommendations. Thank you. We will be back.
Great, very friendly staff. Good exhibitions.
Very interesting museum with great quality and quantity of art in general but unknown and little visited.
All sections are of great interest and very well preserved with a very careful exhibition.
I really liked it, I was going to spend a few days for it St. John, I was completely alone. Very nice, I really liked it
Good museum, entertaining and very interesting
I was on Sunday with the family on Open House. Beautiful enclosure, which gives us an idea of the mostly liturgical art that was in the city. Works its bulk between the thirteenth and sixteenth century. It may be that I am wrong I am not a specialist. But most of his works are of a Catholic Christian character. Mostly restored. It was a great day. Feed the soul. It is next to the Cathedral.
Lots of Romanesque and Gothic Catalan art
A wonderful place that transports you to other centuries due to the content of its masterpieces, in addition to the exterior environment that adds all this content. I recommend visiting it and dedicating a reasonable amount of time to it because it deserves the admiration of its content. Don't think about it, visit him.
If you really like art you must visit this pretty small museum.
I enjoyed the open house museum day. Precious space, well cared for and very complete with the relics of this town. Exquisite visitor service. Great Girona!
Excellent museum, very wide ranging from Romanesque to Noucentisme.
Very good, the 'Art impresses... a great experience... thank you
The Artigau exhibit is fantastic
I really enjoyed the visit, it is a small Museum with very interesting content. It is a very good representation of art in Catalonia in each of its eras.
Foi muito bom, eu realmente adorei.
Great works and very well exposed. It is worth a visit.
Five floors of wondee
Art museum is full of fantastic beautiful art objects, which make eyes and souls of visitors happy
Very nice and with many works. I totally recommend it if you like art. I saw it twice taking advantage of the first Sunday of each month, which is free.
Very interesting. It is worth a visit.
A very interesting museum
Excellent temporary exhibitions and a magnificent artistic legacy in the museum. It is worth getting lost in its rooms.
It defines a guided tour of the museums.
Interesting artifacts from as far back as the 7th century. Some incredible sculptures and paintings as well as history related to Girona.
I went on a free day so maybe that influenced my opinion somewhat but I really liked this museum. The staff were very friendly, it wasn’t overly crowded, and I really liked that the 19/20th century work which is v site specific is housed on the 4th floor with big windows looking out over Girona. That seemed very thoughtful. enjoyed the current exhibition & very much appreciated that there were no audio guides
Melhor Museu de Arte em Cataluña
Lots of works, some of them very beautiful - notably magnificent altarpieces from churches / monasteries in Catalonia. Very extensive museum, very diverse, few people. Lacks just a little more explanation (we had not taken an audio guide with the combined ticket, but maybe in a hurry to visit all of Girona I was not attentive enough). Some rooms are very beautiful and the works are well highlighted, there is even a cool "living room" with large sofas very welcoming to sit on! The museum staff are particularly attentive and friendly. Our (5!) Children (5 to 10 years old) really enjoyed the game of finding photos in the works that were printed on sheets provided for free. I particularly recommend, especially if you are - and even if you are not - sensitive to religious art, classism and the beauty of Catalonia. In short, a big crush on this "small" / large museum - in the sense that it ultimately does not look so much like the big cultural machines of Paris, Barcelona or elsewhere (which I can also love) but which conceals for as much a certain gem that seems to be offered with taste, scientific and artistic rigor, and above all passion ... The clarity that emerges from the chronological discovery of this museum means that the art that is exhibited there, even if it can sometimes seeming rather distant - especially in time - yet seems so close, at least physically. In short, go for it, without this preventing you from also going to see other more colorful things such as Dali in Figurés, Gaudi or Picasso in Barcelona, or even the calm of San Pere de Rodes at Cap de Creus (some elements of which are there. 'elsewhere here exposed). That Catalonia - whether Spanish or not - is rich, and Girona is not for nothing!
Lots of art, very organized in a historic building, Fita exhibition, temporary is great! The information can be found with a fairly easy application.
Extraordinary ... the collection, the museum project, the people behind it and that I give everything for this museum !!!
Beautiful museum with one of the best collections of European early painting and an astonishing collection of medieval madonnas, most of them still with parts of their original painting. Your eyes are filled with beauty and color. You even learn how the early processes of painting and printing worked. A travel in time.
Museu surpreendente com obras de arte inesquecíveis. Um imperdível.
A jewel not to be missed, We marveled at the very few people who were present, in the middle of August for more. Very well presented works of art, from the Middle Ages to today, large spaces. truly a very large collection that never seems to end. nice nice. very low price with audio guide also in Italian. tip: get ready to walk ;-)
If you have not yet visited it is one of the obligatory stops. Abundant collection of Medieval art from those who have to spend time to look and enjoy. It's a shame that the more we go chronologically the less we see pieces but there are still gems.