Pre-historic times to the present day, in the Museu d’Història de Catalunya

Every Sunday the museum is offering guided tours which provide visitors with first-hand knowledge of our historical roots

Every Sunday beginning at 12 noon, the Museu d’Història de Catalunya is offering guided visits in which participants can acquaint themselves first-hand with our collective history via a tour of each of the museum’s sectors, beginning with pre-history and culminating with the present day. The information provided during the tours has been adapted to the different sectors of the general public and the tours are designed to acquaint visitors with the nation’s more relevant historical events as well as aspects relating to day-to-day life in Catalonia, how Catalonia was founded and how it expanded, it’s periods of prosperity and decadence, it’s evolution, etc.

Located in one of the most representative buildings of late 18th century dockland architecture in Barcelona and Catalonia (the former General Trading Warehouses of the Port of Barcelona), the Museu d’Història de Catalunya has also designed the tours in such a way as to provide visitors with an entertaining, participative means of acquainting themselves with both the identifying characteristics of Catalonia and how the nation was forged over the course of the centuries.

Tours will also be available beginning at 11.30 am on public holidays and the first Sunday of every month.

Publication date: Wednesday, 09 April 2014
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