The Girona History Museum is located in an old, stately building that has many a story to tell: it was witness to the first urban constructions of the Roman city; it was home to notable families during the splendour of the city’s medieval past; it experienced the vicissitudes and spiritual and material transformations of Baroque Girona; and it was the site of some of the substantial social, political, and cultural changes that have come with modern times. From its privileged location in the heart of the old quarter, and through its thematic rooms, multifaceted collections and unique spaces, the Museum tells the many and varied stories that have shaped Girona and shaped the lives of its people through the ages.
General admission: €4,20
Concessions: €2,10; students, members of the Readers' Circle, Carnet Jove holders, people with Tourist Bus tickets, members of the Girona Nursing Association, Qltura Jove card holders, M5 Gironamuseus ticket holders, culture card holders, members of the public libraries in Girona and Salt; all with the corresponding accreditation.
2 for 1: hostel owners with the corresponding accreditation.
Free entry: children under 16 years old, retirees, pensioners, ICOM members, students studying at the Girona Language School, GEiEG members, teachers, people accompanying groups, members of the press; all with the corresponding accreditation. Disabled visitors with certification of their disability and a companion can enjoy free admission to the museum and temporary exhibitions.
The first Sunday of every month there is free entry for all
Free entry for all to all the temporary exhibitions
From October to April: from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm; Sundays, Bank Holidays, and 1 January; 24 and 31 December, from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm
From May to September: from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10.30 am to 6.30 pm; Sundays and Bank Holidays from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm
Closed: non-Bank Holiday Mondays; 1 and 6 January; 25 and 26 December