Its placed in the lovely castle area and nice to pop in and have a look round. The curator was very friendly and spoke good English. Some roman artefacts but really an art gallery.
The museum is worth going to, although it is quite small, the admission isn't much. We liked the roman floor most, the rest was pretty much just paintings. There are quite a lot of steps but you can leave buggys by admission desk.
Most of the museum's pieces are quite pedestrian, but the archeological display is interesting and the Roman mosaic excellent. Best of all, the Chagall "Celestial violinist" that almost floats away with joy
It is worth visiting this little museum and we were impressed for the 3euro admission price. Luckally we had read the reviews on here before we went so were prepaired for it to be more like an art gallery. I would only call the basement floor a museum, with finds from the roman villa. The other 3 floors are all... More
So understated is this gem of a museum that it takes a while to realise the significance of the art on display. But more than that it is a poignant glimpse of a fleeting glorious and happy moment in the lives of several artists who would soon be forced to escape from the bulldozing facism of 1930's Europe. There are... More
Good value with a modest emtrance fee and interesting enough but the curator (a kindly gent who spoke excellent English) made it special or us with his detailed knowledge of the town and local history, ancient and modern. Learn how to ruin a lovely historic town with eysore modern flats and hotels and then partly resuscitate it by restoring the... More
this museum has been greatly updated and its contents enhanced since my last visit. it is wel worth a visit en if just to examine the treasures from the old roman villa, at E3, the entry fee is nominal.
We very much enjoyed the art which was well displayed in this house in the ancient town. Some more information in English could have been helpful although much of the art spoke for itself. It added to our trip to the Roman Villa in Tossa as there were artifacts from the site.
Mainly 20 century artwork and rather monotone. Not what you expected. I suggest a stroll to the beach.
When walking through the Vila Vella its worth popping into The Municipal Museum. It costs 3€ (2€ Concession). The museum is situated in the "Falguera House" considered the most important buliding in the Vila Vella during the Medieval period. The museum consists of a basement displaying mainly architectural items (mosaics, statues, coins etc...), the ground, 1st and 2nd floors displaying... More
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