Ethnological Museum of Montseny, The Gabella

The Ethnological Museum Montseny Gabella (MEMGA),Since its inception in 1985, was conceived as a center for the conservation, research and dissemination of the cultural heritage of the Montseny. The relationship between man and the environment, Work and study the mechanisms involved in this relationship are part of the main lines of work, and involvement in cultural revitalization, social and economic territory.

Currently MEMGA, Set in a seventeenth century building completely restored and adapted, has an area of ​​1800m2, with 15 permanent exhibition in which visitors can observe the material evidence of human communities throughout history have inhabited the mountains.

Within its more noteworthy collections of samples of the first craft and industrialization, an extraordinary archeological background of XIV-XVI, testimoni in Seva major part, everyday men and women who lived during this period the castle Montsoriu.

The museum visit, at the same time allows, enjoy a spectacular journey through the world of imagination and magic mountain, Incorporated in multivisor Legends Montseny.

You can take a virtual tour of all the rooms of the museum and see the different activities that develops Web MEMGA www.museuetnologicmontseny.org

Museum hours are 11 am to 2 noon and 5 a 8 pm Tuesday to Friday. On Saturdays and Sundays it is open to the public from 11 to 2 noon and 2/4 of 5 a les 7 the take.

Ethnological Museum of Montseny
C/ Major 6, 17401
Arbúcies
972 86 09 08
memga@arbucies.org