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Getting here

The Museum is located in the old part of Vic, capital of the region of Osona, in Barcelona province.

MEV, Museu d'Art Medieval

Plaça Bisbe Oliba, 3
08500 Vic (Barcelona)
Phone:  (34) 938 869 360

How to get here

By train:

Renfe rodalies

By bus:




By private transport:

C-17, C-25

Nearest adapted parking:

C/ Sant Antoni Maria Claret



Opening hours

Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

April to September

Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

October to March

Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Sundays and holidays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

The Museum is closed on Mondays; 1st and 6th January; Easter Monday; 25th and 26th December
Entry to the Museum is permitted up to half an hour before closing time

Admission fees


Individual ticket: 8,5 €

Annual ticket: 15 €

Free access to the Museum for one year from date of purchase

Reduced ticket for groups: 5,5 €

15 people minimum


Entrada reduïda: 5,5 €

Jubilats, aturats, joves d’entre 10 i 18 anys, persones amb discapacitat i acompanyant, estudiants, carnet jove, carnet de família nombrosa o monoparental.


Reduced charge: 5,5 €

Senior citizens, unemployed people, young people from 10 to 18, disabled person and carer, holders of student card, youth card and ‘large family’ or ‘single-parent family’ document

Free of charge

Children under 10, ICOM and Musologists Association of Catalonia members, the first Thursday of each month (except holidays), May 18th (International Museums Day), July 5th (Vic fair), students (carrying out research work, with credentials), MEV permanent pass, teachers with tha teaching card of Generalitat de Catalunya, friends of the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya and journalists with credentials.


Exposició temporal

Bèsties. Els animals en l’art medieval del MEV.


Entrada general: 5 €


Entrada reduïda: 3,5 €


Combinada museu general  + entrada exposició temporal: 9,5 €


Combinada museu reduïda + entrada exposició temporal: 6,5 €



Àrea de descans

Situada a la segona planta, amb vistes al campanar romànic de la Catedral i al centre històric de la ciutat de Vic.


Fulls d’observació

A la recepció del Museu es disposa de material didàctic gratuït per realitzar la visita en família.


Consigna i guarda-roba

El Museu disposa de servei gratuït de guarda-roba i consigna. Per raons de seguretat, serà obligatori dipositar a la consigna bosses de mà, motxilles, paraigües o paquets que superin les mides següents: 40 x 40 cm. El Museu no es fa responsable de cap article dipositat al guarda-roba.


Wifi gratuït


Guia de visita amb el mòbil

Si utilitzeu un dispositiu mòbil quan feu la visita, accediu al web del museu i podreu triar diferents recorreguts segons els vostres interessos, o si voleu fer una visita lliure podeu ampliar la informació de les obres, amb vídeos, imatges i textos.


Aparcament adaptat

L’accès al centre històric de la ciutat està restringit pels vehicles. Les persones amb mobilitat reduïda que hagin d’accedir a la zona poden facilitar la matrícula al Museu. L’aparcament adaptat per a persones amb mobilitat reduïda més proper al Museu està situat al Carrer Sant Antoni Maria Claret


Descarregar fulletó de visita


Recomanacions i normes


Conserveu el tiquet d’entrada al llarg de la visita.
Procureu no fer servir el telèfon mòbil dins el Museu, i utilitzar un volum de veu baix per gaudir millor de la col·lecció i respectar els altres visitants.
Per fer qualsevol consulta, així com qualsevol suggeriment que es cregui oportú, cal dirigir-se al personal d’atenció al públic.


Per assegurar la conservació de les obres d’art i la seguretat dels visitants no es permet:
Realitzar fotografies ni filmacions de vídeo amb flaix.
Fumar, menjar ni beure dins el recinte del Museu.
L’entrada d’animals domèstics, excepte gossos d’assistència.
L’entrada de bosses, motxilles o paquets de més de 40 x 40 cm i tampoc la introducció de paraigües o objectes punxants i tallants.
L’ús de cadires plegables ni bastons tipus cadira o semblants dins de les sales, sense autorització.
Tocar les obres d’art, els seus suports, les vitrines i la retolació informativa.


Access to the exhibition halls, services and activities on offer at the Episcopal Museum of Vic is open to everyone. All access points are free from architectural barriers and visitors may pass unhindered through the halls. We provide ramps, services adapted for use by the disabled, and have a reception desk suitable for wheelchair users, a wheelchair for use by visitors and lifts.


Activities adapted for the visually impaired

We offer descriptive visits for people with visual disabilities.
The museum visit involves handling objects and narration.
We facilitate the transcription of this programme in Braille and in texts with large-size print in Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
We have information about a Romanesque relief and a Gothic sculpture available in Braille. These items have been selected as they can be appreciated in a tactile manner. The information is available in Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
Seeing-eye dogs allowed.


Service of interpretation in the sign language

The Museum offers visits in the sign language, previous booking


Tailor-made visits

Contact us and let us know what you want to find out about and how you would like to make your visit. We’ll do our best to attend to your needs.


Activities adapted for people with mental disabilities

We organise visits tailored to the needs of groups of visitors with learning difficulties. In these activities the exhibits are explained through the use of expressive activities and games. We adapt this service to the specific needs of each group.


Activities adapted for school groups

Please contact us if you wish to take part in activities and visits, or if any specific group requirement needs to be dealt with


Adapted parking

Access to the old town is restricted for vehicles. Peolpe with reduced mobility who have to access the area can facilitate their number plate to the Museum. The closest adapted parking for people with reduced mobility is located in C/ Sant Antoni Maria Claret


Browse through our permanent collection by using the museum website and the numerous applications available, organise your visit, make virtual tours or access information and find out more about the exhibits and their creators. If you are already in the museum, connect to our free Wi-Fi service and begin to enjoy the experience.


Mobile web

Website Tours
If you use a mobile device during your visit, you can choose different tours by using the museum’s website, according to your interests or the duration of your visit. However, if you don’t want to follow a tour schedule, you can find out more information on the exhibits with videos, images and texts



Virtual tour 360º

In this virtual visit we invite you to take a tour through the museum’s rooms and see the works and objects exhibited there with panoramic 360º pictures.
Tour 360



Visitmuseum is the app for Catalan museums. An essential tool for the tourist public interested in culture and heritage. This initiative, promoted by the Catalan Agency for Cultural Heritage, aims to be an element of support for the in-person visit to the museum that allows the user to complement their tour with content available in several languages ​​and enjoy in detail and high quality a careful selection of the main pieces of each museum.