The Museum of Montserrat presents to the public the best of the abbey of Montserrat’s artistic and archaeological heritage. It offers six quite different collections, and the objects on display – more than 1,300 pieces – span a broad time period. The oldest piece is an Egyptian sarcophagus from the 22nd century BC, while the most recent one is a painting by Sean Scully from 2010. The section on old painting from the 13th to 18th century features works by Berruguete, El Greco, Caravaggio, Luca Giordano and Tiepolo. Another stand-out collection features 19th and 20th century Catalan painting, one of the best in the country with such important names as Fortuny, Rusiñol, Casas, Nonell, Mir, Gimeno, Anglada-Camarasa, Picasso and Dalí, among others. French Impressionism is also represented with works of Monet, Sisley, Degas and Pissarro. Finally, both temporary exhibition halls are a sign of our interest in contemporary culture and art.
Regular ticket: 7.00 €.
Reduced ticket price: 6.00 € for students, pensioners and groups (at least 20 people).
Reduced ticket price: 4.00 € for children (aged 8 to 16).
Open every day of the year from 10 am to 5:45 pm, except:
Visitors can come to Montserrat on foot, by car or by public transport, with the rack railway or cable car. Every hour trains depart from Barcelona and Manresa which connect to the rack railway and cable car. Montserrat is well connected to the main motorways of Catalonia, and it can be reached quickly from any point.
More information: http://www.montserratvisita.com/