The Engravings Museum is located in the old Bazan Hospital, a representative set of Renaissance civil architecture dated from the 16th century. It consists of 7 rooms that combine interesting samples of the extensive permanent collection along with temporary exhibitions.
The exhibition “Picasso, Vilató, Xavier. A family line” is on at the Contemporary Spanish Engravings Museum. You’ll be able to admire engravings and artworks by these three artists along with others from the permanent collection including such names as Goya, Barceló, Miró or Chillida.
Tuesday – Saturday: from 9am – 8pm
Sunday, Monday and bank holidays closed.
Entrance: 3€ ( Free access for people under 18 and retired)