• International Day of Persons with Disabilities at Sant Pau


    Sant Pau is pleased to join the celebrations of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, December 3rd, as host to guided visits organised by the Barcelona Tourism Consortium, together with other institutions working with these collectives.

    Throughout the day on Friday, the 1st of December, as many as six groups will visit the Art Nouveau Site as an example of an accessible heritage complex, as much for people with reduced mobility as for those who have a handicap affecting hearing or sight.

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  • The Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site extends its range of exhibitions with a historical recreation space in the Sant Rafael Pavilion


    The Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site has a historical recreation space in the Sant Rafael Pavilion, turned into a 1920s patients ward. This new space complements the information on show at the Site, which, at the start of the year, opened the Sant Salvador exhibition space.

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  • The Art Nouveau Site brings forward it opening time


    Coinciding with the change in winter opening times, which comes into effect on Wednesday 1 November, the Art Nouveau Site will open half an hour earlier, at 9:30. The new opening time responds to the needs of visitors and will continue in the summer. The new opening times of the Art Nouveau Site are as follows:

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  • Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site introduces an audio guide service


    The programme of visits to the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site is now reinforced by the introduction of a new audio guide service. This complete multimedia guide, created by Imagineear and available in four languages, tells visitors about the history of the largest civil construction of Modernisme, the Catalan Art Nouveau, the work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner.

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  • The first digitised fonds of the Historical Archive, now online


    Three of the most important bodies of documents in the Historical Archive of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau are now available for online consultation in the form of scanned versions. They are the series of Royal privileges, Papal and private documents (1219-1923), and Foundlings and Wet Nurses (1407-1861), as well as the sub-fonds of the Casa del Teatre (Theatre House, 1526-1981), vital to a study of the performing arts in Catalonia.

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