Girona has seven museums displaying a rich, diverse heritage of art and history ranging from antiquity to the present day, with a year-round programme of activities for young and old alike.
This museum tells the story of Catalonia's medieval Jewish communities, paying special attention to Girona.
This museum exhibits Tomàs Mallol's valuable collection of pre-cinema pieces up to today's cinema.
This museum tells the story of Girona, from its foundation by the Romans (1st century BC) to the return of democracy from 1975 onwards
One of Rafael Masó's most important architectural works and the only one of the houses over the river open to the public.
This museum houses archaeological finds from excavations in the region, from prehistory up to the Middle Ages.
This museum contains the most important collection of art, especially Romanesque and Gothic, in the region of Girona.
This museum houses important works of religious art, such as the famous Creation Tapestry (12th century).