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Educational activities
The MEV provides a wide range of activities for groups to preschool, Primary and Secondary, with the aim to complement education in the different stages
European literature
A commented tour organized together with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at UOC that relates the medieval literature with some of the MEV's most outstanding paintings and sculpture. saturday, October the 25th
Medieval tour
Saturdays and Sundays at 12 a.m. guided tour to the Romanesque and Gothic collection to discover the art, the culture and the customs of the medieval world. Included in the museum ticket price.
Temporary exhibition
The exhibition "Painting a thousand years ago. The Romanesque colours" reveals who were the artists of a thousand years ago, what colours did they use and where they obteined the materials. Until December the 14th.
Travelling at the Middle Ages
Thirteen works of MEV travel to Paris to be present in the exhibition "Voyager au Moyen Age" at the Musée de Cluny. The exhibition is the first initiative of the Network of European Museums of Medieval Art.
Museum + Bell Tower
First Saturday of each month you can do the visit "Romanesque Vision" to see the museum and climb the Cathedral's bell tower.
Family activities
Discover the mediaeval world. Participative visit with the family to the Romanesque and Gothic collections. Every Sunday at 11 a.m.
The Museum trips
The MEV starts a new line of activity and offers cultural voyages to different parts of the world with some relationship with the museum and its collections.
The exhibition blog
This blog complements some aspects of the temporary exhibition and pretends to be a platform to exchange of opinions
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Museu Episcopal de Vic
Plaça Bisbe Oliba, 3
08500 Vic (Barcelona)
T (34) 938 869 360
F (34) 938 869 361
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