In the past 200 years, Sabadell has gained prominence in Catalonia as one of the cities with the strongest artistic identity in terms of both the quality and quantity of its output. Throughout history, it has constantly participated in the broader artistic movements and has often played a prominent role in them.
The collection of the Sabadell Art Museum (abbreviated MAS in Catalan) is one of the most representative in Catalonia thanks to the city’s commitment to quality. This commitment has sparked trust and close cooperation between the city and different social stakeholders, including organisations, artists and collectors. With their goodwill and generosity, they have all contributed to building the collection we have today.
The MAS spans the history of local art from the 19th century until today. Its holdings encompass more than 13,000 items, including drawings, paintings, the graphic arts, the decorative arts and furnishings, ceramics, glass and metal work, photographs, sculptures and other objects.
Free of charge
Tuesday to Saturday, 5 to 8 pm; Sundays and holidays, 11 am to 2 pm; closed Monday
Closed the 1st and 6th of January, Good Friday, the 1st of May and the 25th and 26th of December
August: Thursday to Saturday, 5 to 8 pm; Sunday, 11 am to 2 pm
By public transport:
City bus lines 1, 2 and 3 (www.tus.es)
Renfe trains: Sabadell Centre station (www.renfe.es)
FGC (Catalan train system): Sabadell Rambla station (www.fgc.cat)