Sant Jeroni de la Murtra
This magnificent Catalan Gothic work of art will help visitors understand feudalism and the importance of the church’s power throughout the Middle Ages and modern times. It contains a remarkable cloister dating from the fifteenth century with capitals and keystones intricately carved, which depict distinguished citizens who at the time contributed to the prosperity of the monastery. Visitors may also have access to the cellar, the refectory, the church remains and to a description of the monastery’s defence system.
The visits are aimed at third cycle primary school, compulsory and post compulsory secondary school groups, and the general public.
Advance booking required
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes