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Girona: Art Museum, Cathedral, St. Felix Church 3-in-1 Pass

1. Girona: Art Museum, Cathedral, St. Felix Church 3-in-1 Pass

Delve into Girona’s historical and artistic culture with this 3-in-1 pass. Visit 3 of the city’s most iconic monuments, including the Girona Art Museum, Girona Cathedral, and the Church of St. Felix. Enjoy a bonus audio guide at the art museum. Visit the Girona Art Museum first, where you can pick up your other two entry tickets. Housed in the old Episcopal Palace, discover the best collections of Catalan art dating from the 10th to the 21st century. Admire altarpieces from various churches and monasteries. Explore exhibits of valuable objects from the cathedral treasury at the Girona Cathedral, built between the 12th and 18th centuries. See the Gerona Beatus manuscript (10th century) and the famous Tapestry of the Creation (11th century). Visit the Church of St. Felix next, a longstanding symbol of Catalan Gothic architecture. Step inside this historic building to witness art such as the group of 8 sarcophagi (stone coffins) and the 14th-century sculpture of the Recumbent Christ.

Girona Art Museum: Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket & Audio Guide

2. Girona Art Museum: Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket & Audio Guide

Pre-book your skip-the-line entry ticket and audio guide for the Girona Art Museum, home to the most important collection in the diocese and the Girona province. Explore art from Romanesque to contemporary styles, including paintings, sculptures, and an 18th-century pharmacy. Experience a chronological presentation of pictorial and sculptural works from different periods and in successive styles (Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Realist, Art Nouveau, and Noucentista), as well as rooms devoted to ceramics, glassware, and liturgical art. Start your route through the permanent exhibition with a fragment of an early Christian tombstone from Empúries. See the liturgical ensemble from Sant Pere de Rodes (9th century), the Martyrology of Usuard (a 15th-century illuminated manuscript), and one of the most striking altarpiece ensembles of the 15th and 16th centuries, as well as major Catalan Renaissance and Baroque works. Conclude your visit with works by 19th- and 20th-century painters who were connected with Girona, such as Urgell, Vayreda, Rusiñol, Berga, and Bertrana.

Catalonia:12-Month Unlimited Visits Catalonia Monument Pass

3. Catalonia:12-Month Unlimited Visits Catalonia Monument Pass

Enjoy Catalonia and discover all this fantastic land with the unique attraction pass for venues in Barcelona, Girona, Tarragona, and Lleida. With this Catalonia Monuments Card, you will visit 29 museums, monuments, and historical sites located throughout Catalonia. The Catalonia Monuments Pass includes unlimited visits throughout the year. So you can visit each attraction as many times as you want throughout the 12-months from the date selected when booking. Your pass comes with a booklet that includes a map and practical information on each attraction. Locations included in the Catalonia Monument Pass: Girona: • MNACTEC – Fragua Palau • Canónica de Santa Maria de Vilabertran • Sant Pere de Rodes Monument Complex • Carles Fontserè Studio Workshop • MAC – Empúries • MAC – Girona • MAC – Ullastret • Former Hospital of Santa Caterina • Girona Art Museum Barcelona: • Rafael Casanova House Museum • Prat de la Riba House Museum • National Science and Technology Museum of Catalonia – MNACTEC • History Museum of Catalonia • Archaeology Museum of Catalonia – MAC • MNACTEC – Cement Museum • Cardona Castle • Claramunt Castle • MNACTEC – Sedó Colony Museum • MAC – Olèrdola Tarragona: • Santes Creus Royal Monastery • Escornalbou Castle and Monastery • MNAT – Centcelles Monument Complex • MNAT – Els Munts Roman Villa • MNAT – Early Christian Museum and Necropolis • National Archaeology Museum of Tarragona • Miravet Castle Lleida: • La Roca dels Moros – El Cogul Cave Paintings • Sant Bartomeu Convent• Charterhouse of Escaladei

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What people are saying about Girona Art Museum

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Outstanding experience! For those who visit Girona in just over half a day (as in my case) The fact of having to validate the pass at the Md'A implies a good planning of the movements between one site and another among those included in the pass but also with the other sites that can be visited in the city due to their different opening and closing times. It would not be bad if each site published an average visit time in the FAQ (almost all sites in Barcelona did!) In order to facilitate this scheduling. The problem does not arise for those who decide to stay at least one night, thus dedicating at least a whole day to visits.

Girona is an extraordinary city, with a gigantic historical past and sumptuous architectural monuments. A great change of scenery close to the Spanish border. Student town with a beautifully paved fortified town centre, small alleys and nuggets to discover at every street corner. Lovers of the Arts, I oblige you!!! Alliance of Water and Stone, you feel good instantly!! There is too much to see and experience, three wonderful days!!

What a truly magical experience!! The Art Museum was a very educational visit for both myself and my 12yr old daughter, the ability to explore the history and the ever changing landscape of Art. Both the Cathedral and St Felix church are breathtaking, serene and so peaceful. Thoroughly recommend making them a part of your visit to Girona.

Excellent, with this pass we visited different monuments. Highly recommended