The temporary exhibition area is the MhiC’s resource that seeks to broaden the discourse and wrap it around with art and contemporaneity.
The Masia building houses the head offices of the Museum of the History of Immigration in Catalonia and the temporary exhibitions that are renewed on a regular basis.
The smaller room hosts reduced-format exhibitions that are often associated with public awareness campaigns and photography.
The larger room displays the monographic exhibitions that broaden the discourse of the museum and its collection. They’re participatory projects with a major educational purpose.
The building's roof terrace can be visited on request; from here you can see both the museum garden and the urban landscape, whose development explains the migratory impetus and the construction of the metropolitan area. Crowned by the Tres Xemeneies (Three Chimneys) as outstanding landmarks of this landscape.