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Called in to pass an hour and learn about the city. However I gleaned more from the handouts in the foyer. A lot of the information boards are not in English and the most interesting times ie the Romans and civil war bombings are hardly...More
The town museum is a good way of finding out the history of Girona from Roman times to the late C20th and is worth visiting to pass a morning. Certainly not very busy - there seemed to be more cleaning and maintenance staff than visitors....More
A small museum telling the history of Girona. Not a lot to see but immaculately presented with commentary boards in English. Entrance only €4. You can then get a discount off of other museums in the group , so worth a detour to take advantage.
We visited here on the 27 December 2017 and received a great welcome from the young lady on reception, she explained very clearly, in English, how to interpret the museum and it’s artifacts.
We found the museum very interesting and it gave one a good...More
This museum is much bigger than it first appears and is dedicated to Girona from pre history through Roman times to modern day. There are some lovely and ancient artefacts and a lot to take in. There are English (and other language) interpretation sheets in...More
We are history buffs, so we found a lot to like about this place. If we did not have a grounding in Catalan history, we'd have been overwhelmed by this jumble of lead soldiers, automobiles, flags, iron angels, and mosaic murals. One of us uses...More
The museum is modern and accessible. However, if you don't read Catalan there is not enough explanation of the many interesting things on exhibit. The building is very interesting (a former monastery) and the exhibits well presented. But, unfortunately we could not appreciate the City's...More