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Three museums that you shouldn’t miss while visiting Girona are: the Art Museum, the Museum of the City of Girona and the Museum of Cinema
Located at the historical Palacio Episcopal from the 10th century, the
Art Museum of Girona houses an impressive collection of art that goes from Roman to art of the 21st century. The exhibitions are divided into Chronological series; an Artifacts series (with furniture, ceramics, glass and religious art); an art archive that includes xilographies from the 18th century and other pieces shown in temporary exhibitions; and Santa Caterina Pharmacy. The Museum is open Mondays to Saturdays from 10:00 am to 7:00pm (from October to February it closes an hour earlier) and on Sundays from 10:00 am to 2 pm.
Located at Carre de la Forca 27, the
Museum of the City of Girona houses a permanent collection with objects, photographs, maps, furniture walks the visitor from the first Iberian dwellers passing through the Middle ages, the 19th century, to the Franco regime and the transition to democracy. The Museum includes some four Thematic Rooms presenting graphic arts machines, antique electrical equipment and electrical devices.
Museum of Cinema takes the visitors from the very origins of cinema to the most sophisticated developments of today. The Museum hosts two of the most prestigious festivals devoted to animation: Resfest and Artfutura. The museum is located at Sequia, Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00 am to 8 pm and closing at 6:00 pm in Winter.