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Beautiful art nouveau gem

Hidden treasure on a shopping street in Terrassa. A genuine art nouveau home with large tapestries... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Sherry B
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Terrassa, Spain
Old House Museum, modernism and industrial essence

Excellent museum based on an modernist house of industrial business owners. It conserves lots of... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2016
Roger D
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Terrassa, Spain
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Reviewed 26 April 2016

Excellent museum based on an modernist house of industrial business owners. It conserves lots of awesome details of that age, a beautiful garden, and a little piece of history of the city. Also it's a quiet place inside the city center and makes you feel in an other place meanwhile you are inside.

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed 4 April 2015

Terrassa was an ugly factory town when I first visited in the late 70s. It's astounding to visit now, with its shady pedestrian streets in the city centre and its "chain of museums", several of which –including the romanic and pre-romanic churches of Sant Pere, a 12th-century tower, 14th-century cloister, and this elegant Modernist house with its large garden space used for public concerts– can be visited on the same 3-euro ticket (free sometimes; the best info is at http://www.terrassa.cat/museu (Catalan & Spanish only). The tourism website in English (http://visitaterrassa.cat/en/) seems to be in a moment of crisis ... it's really hard to find specific information now!). The house includes a rather eclectic art collection, but the main attraction for me is the interior structure and furnishings ... and the whole combination of these museums giving an overview of this very old city (and its neighbor, Sant Pere, once a separate village across an utterly charming bridge over what is now a lovely and active public park). Barcelona too crowded? Terrassa is less than an hour away by train (FFCC is recommended over RENFE because the station is in the city center). Note: no elevator that I recall; there is a grand staircase, though.

Date of experience: December 2014
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Date of experience: September 2018
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