Stroll through the summer residence of the painter Ramon Casas in a sensory journey through the bedrooms and rooms of the monastery of Sant Benet, converted into a summer house for the Catalan bourgeoisie.
Travel back in time to the summer of 1924 to the summer residence of the painter Ramon Casas. Amidst the smell of paint and the strokes from the artist’s brushes, we discover how the bourgeoisie of the time lived and stop to observe the magical details and rituals that define it.
The family’s maid will tell us the secrets kept by the walls of a thousand-year-old monastery converted into a temple of rest and bourgeois life: -Have you heard about the painter’s love story with the lottery saleswoman, Júlia Peraire?, she whispers to us.
Black and white photographs of summers in the family home, bedrooms, rooms, keepsakes … are coloured in a sensory journey with music, light, projections, smells and other amazing effects. And, with a love story included!
Discover the rooms of the monastery converted into the Casas’ summer residence, part of the catalan bourgeoisie of the twentieth century
Duration of the visit: 1 hour
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English and French
Price: €9 Adults – €5 Children
- Guided visit
- Subtitled audio-visual resources and original soundtrack
Tuesday through Friday at 11am
Saturdays from 10:30am to 6pm and Sundays from 10:30am to 3pm
Contact us to consult the activity options:
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At Món Sant Benet, we are very eager to share its unique environment with you, so we have taken all the necessary health measures to ensure that you can enjoy the visit with the utmost peace of mind.