Berenguer d´Aguilar Palace


A Gothic building at the heart of the Picasso Museum.

The Gothic building dates back to the fifteenth century. It has been the Picasso Museum since 1963.

Berenguer d'Aguilar palace dates back to the 15th century, although it is also made up off elements from other periods. It has been the Picasso Museum since 1963. During the restoration work on the building, a series of marvellous mural paintings were discovered depicting King Jaume I (James I) of Catalonia and his noblemen in the city of Palma de Majorca. It comprises the Picasso Museum, together with the Palaces of the Barón de Castellet, Meca, Mauri and Finestres.

Berenguer d´Aguilar Palace

Calle Montcada, 15-23

08003  Barcelona  (Catalonia) Tel.:+34 932 563 000 Website:
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