Salvador Vilaseca Regional Museum
Calle Raval de Santa Anna, 59
43201 Reus, Tarragona (Catalonia)
info.museus @ reus.cat
The life and history of Reus
The museum presents exhibits dating from prehistory through to the modern age.
This exhibition offers a journey into the history of Reus. Amongst the various collections on display, special mention should be made of: 16th and 17th century ceramics; items that once formed part of the main altarpiece at the Parish Church; Gothic panels and two Baroque religious statues, along with archaeological remains from the prehistoric and Roman periods. Also outstanding is the permanent Gaudí & Reus exhibition, which examines the links between architect Gaudí and the city itself, through drawings, written pieces and and personal items that belonged to the artist.
- Municipal museum
- Artistic period:
- Fine arts
From Tuesday to Saturday
From 11:00 to 20:00
Public holidays and Sunday
From 11:00 to 14:00
Closing days: Monday
Closed temporarily for works
Children: Admission free
Prices by category on public holidays
Public holidays and Saturday
Admission free: La entrada incluye la visita al Museo de Arte e Historia de Reus (Plaça de la Llibertat).
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