1. The Ca n’Oliver Museum and Settlement constitute a key heritage site on which to discover the Iberian Laietani culture. Over five hundred objects are exhibited, found in archaeological excavations of the sites of Cerdanyola, mostly from Ca n’Oliver.
The Museum is divided into two floors: the ground floor accommodates the storerooms, the library and the technical section,while the first floor contains two exhibition rooms. The visit to the permanent exhibition ‘Cerdanyola, land of the Iberians’ is a journey on which visitors may discover who the Iberians were, how they lived, how they organised themselves and why their culture disappeared.
Additionally, in the settlement, inhabited between the 4th and 1st centuries BC, over 6,000 square metres of recovered archaeological remains and three reconstructed buildings may be contemplated. A walk around the settlement opens a door into the past, to the evolution of this Iberian settlement and the everyday life of the Iberians who inhabited these lands.
General admission: €4.50
Reduced admission: €3.00 for children between 12 and 18 and senior citizens who are not residents in Cerdanyola
Free admission: for children under 12 and senior citizens who are residents in Cerdanyola
Family admission: €9.00 € (2 adults and 3 children)
Group admission: €45.00 and €33.75, reduced for groups of 15 or more
From 1 October to 30 March:
Thursday and Friday, from 16:30 to 19:30; Saturdays, from 11:00 to 14:30 and from 16:30 to 20:00; Sundays and bank holidays, from 10:30 to 14:30
From 1 April to 30 September:
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 17:00 to 20:00; Saturdays, from 11:00 to 14:30 and from 16:30 to 20:00; Sundays and bank holidays, from 10:30 to 14:30
Closed: 25 and 26 December, 1 and 6 January and 1 May
By train: Renfe rodalies, C-4 and C-7 lines
By bus: Inter-city, Sarbús lines A-3, A-4, A-7 and B-2 and B-4; city buses, 1 and 2
By car: AP-7 (B-30) and C-58