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Barcelona Tourism / MUHBA – Museum of History of Barcelona – Villa Joana

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MUHBA Vil·la Joana remains in the area of Vallvidrera, in Collserola. In early days, it was one of the wealthiest farmhouses in the region. Vil·la Joana was the last home of the essayist Jacint Verdaguer. He became sick and passed on here in June 1902. On that day, the house turned into a dedication space for the artist. In 1963, a few rooms were transformed into the principal museum devoted to him. Today, Vil·la Joana acts both as a dedication and as a place of writing: a space that underscores the estimation of the scholarly word through the figure of Verdaguer.

Contact

  • 932 047 805
  • Carretera de l’Esglèsia, 104 – Vallvidrera, 08017
    Barcelona

How to get there

  • S1/S2-Baixador de Vallvidrera

TIMETABLE

  • Re-opening Friday 10th, at 5pm.