This is a pretty museum within the castle wall at the top of Vila Vella. Very reasonable entrance fee. Well laid out. Interesting Roman pieces but the main thing for me were the paintings - Modern art put together since it openen in 1935. ARCHAELOGY: x2 basement rooms. CERAMIC & GLASS: x1 room ground floor PERMANANT PAINTINGS multi upper floors... 更多
Revisited after one year, and still enjoyed the climb up the hill, and the info on the history of Tossa in the museum. It's worth climbing up the hill for the view alone.
We visited museum following a lovely walk around the walled city. Museum mostly displayed paintings of Tossa de Mar. The exhibit I loved best was outside in the back garden with no access..... a statue of two dancing girls.....I think this should be cleaned up and displayed as the centerpiece of museum!!
We were advised at the tourist office that on Wednesday 18th June it was free to visit any Museum in Spain.We went just before lunch and found the exhibits very interesting included finds from the roman Villa Most interesting was the painting exhibition including a super Marc Chagall which we offered a price for but were unfortunately refused
This is a nice little museum. The have some paintings and some things from the old roman villa. It takes about half an hour to see it all if you're, like me, no expert on art. But it's worth a visit and you support the community.
We went in not knowing what to expect. The place is not big and doesn't take long to go through, but was interesting. We were able to understand many of the exhibits by knowing a little Spanish and French. There was a kids exhibit on the top floor that was very cute. Related to the Chagall painting one floor below.... 更多
Museum is located in Villa Vela (Old Town) and have paintings, roman mosaic, ceramic and glass and sculptures. Small museum... 更多
The Museum is in the old town, it's of gothic style, situated in the Governors house, inside the Vila Vella... 更多