89,912 people came to Girona's City History Museum for the Girona Flower Time exhibition.
As in other years, the City History Museum was the setting for various floral installations and arrangements for this 53rd exhibition for flowers, monuments, patios and gardens, which welcomed a total of 89,912 visitors over the period 10-18 May. Of those, 59,077 went to the Coal Cellar room, 15,770 to the exhibition room, and 15,065 to the museum's permanent collection.
Over those 9 days, the museum staged open days and extended its opening times, so that everyone could enjoy the museum's collection and facilities. We also took part in the Museums Night event on Saturday 17 May by staying open until 12 midnight and offering visitors a guided tour of the exhibition The women's city. Women and artistic creation in Girona (from the tenth to the eighteenth centuries), and the public's response was overwhelming: 2,132 people came along between 8 o'clock in the evening and midnight.
For this year's edition, we were backed by the Montilivi Residents' Association, third-year Architecture students from Girona University, the Floral Arts School of Catalonia, Osvaldo Daniel Giuliani, Marc Garriga, Lavinia Stefan, Bogdan Pasat and Jordi Palomares, the Ruí Rodrigues School from Portugal, the specialist flower shop Orquídies i Exòtiques from Salt, and M. Àngels Tarrés, Sabrina Sampere and Irene Xifra. They added a touch of colour to the museum's entrance, Cloister, Cistern room Coal Cellar room and patios.