Entries by museudebadalona

Gallery: the estate of Ca l’Arnús in Badalona

A few days ago, the Museum opened an exhibition about Evarist Arnús i Ferrer (Barcelona 1820-1890), on the occasion of the bicentenary of his birth. In occasion of this event, we present a gallery of photographs whose main protagonist is the estate and the park of Ca l’Arnús at various times. You can also see […]


This weekend we celebrate the 48 Hours Open House Festival 2020. The Museum collaborates by offering free and unguided visits to the Roman Baths and Decumanus space and the House of the Dolphins. On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to […]

The Museum of Badalona among the great museums of Catalonia

The information was published on October 8 in the Official Gazette of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Last Thursday, October 8th, “Museums 2030. Plan of Museums of Catalonia” was published in the Official Gazette of the Generalitat de Catalunya. This plan includes a study of the museums that currently exist in Catalonia, which are classified into […]

The remains of two domus discovered in Temple’s street

The archaeological excavation, which has been carried out on the site where the construction of a residential building will begin, provides new data on the Roman and medieval past of our city. Archaeological works carried out on the site of Temple’s street has made it possible to document the remains of two Roman domus. In […]

1600 years since the death of St. Jerome

On a day like today just 1,600 years ago, St. Jerome (circa 331 / 345-420), a writer and religious, considered one of the Church’s fathers, died. With a solid education, he devoted much of his life to religion and theology. In 374 he retired to the desert of Chalcis (in present-day Syria), where he devoted […]

The Museum in times of pandemic

The health emergency caused by COVID-19 has led to changes and adaptations of the Museum’s activities and proposals for both schools and groups of adults and individuals. All necessary measures have been taken to ensure the safety of our visitors and new materials have been produced to provide quality content, both face-to-face and virtual, for […]

The photographer Josep Cortinas Suñol

Josep Cortinas Suñol was born in Badalona in 1908 and died there in 1995. This year marks the 25th anniversary of his death. A mechanic by profession, in the mid-twenties he began photography, a practice he would never give up, despite not doing it professionally. He participated in several contests and exhibitions. Great connoisseur of […]