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Museum Week. Once upon a time

FRIDAY JUNE 11TH Today MuseumWeek asks participation and creativity with the hashtag #CaptionthisMW. What name would you give to this sculpture by the Badalona artist Josep Uclés? Uclés (Badalona 1952-La Roca del Vallés 2013) stood out above all as a painter, but he was also the author of some sculptures, such as the one in […]

Come to discover the treasure of Baetulo!

International Museum Day is approaching and this year we have the help of actress Anna Moliner and screenwriter Victoria Szpunberg to convince you to come to our Museum to discover the Roman city of Baetulo! A journey through time that will take you to the city of 2,000 years ago! This year, on the occasion […]

May 11th, Sant Anastasi

On May 11th, the festivity of Sant Anastasi is celebrated in Badalona, a character who, according to legendary tradition, was born in Lleida. He was a soldier in Diocletian’s Praetorian Guard and was martyred in Badalona along with 73 comrades in 305. Patron of Badalona since 1672, the day of the saint is the central […]

The Night of the Museums is back!

Next Saturday, May 15th, the Night of the Museums returns, one of the most outstanding activities organized on the occasion of International Museum Day (May 18th), with a format adapted to the exceptional situation caused by the pandemic of COVID-19. The Museum of Badalona joins the celebration by offering free admission to the Roman baths-Decumanus […]


The Roman festival of Badalona returns after last year’s obligatory break. As usual, the Magna Celebratio, which in this edition will feature the architect and engineer Marc Vitruvius (1st century BC), will concentrate all its activities during the last weekend of April. Come to the Museum and travel to the Roman Baetulo with demonstrations and […]

The Bufalà district

The beginnings of the Bufalà district of Badalona can be traced back to the 1920s, when, in the face of increasing population and demand for housing, three landowners with land in this area of the city promoted three urbanisations (Bachs, Bufalà and Pujol), to which, years later, was added another urbanisation promoted by the Soler […]