This is a country house dating from medieval times, which was thoroughly restored between the late seventeenth and the early eighteenth century. Along the site tour there will be explanations of the transformations that farming underwent at the time, and a description of rural life until the turn of the twentieth century. There will be visits to different areas such as the cellar, the barrel and wine presses room, the kitchen, the laundry room, the public rooms and some bedrooms. It also includes some rooms which display the works of painter and scenographer, Antoni Ros i Güell, last owner of the house.
The visits are aimed at second and third cycle primary school, compulsory and post compulsory secondary school groups, and the general public.
Advance booking required
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes