Obrim el Palau de Maricel per a tu

Tuesday 9 February 2021 - 17:30

The Maricel Palace opens its doors to visitors from Sitges during mobility restrictions. So far, the Maricel Palace could only be visited on Sundays, with a guided tour and at specific times according to the language preference. From now on, the public will be able to walk around the rooms and terraces at leisure.

You can now visit the Palace of Maricel without a hurry, enjoying every corner and detail. It's the new offer that the museums have thought for the public from Sitges: citizens, traders, workers, families, culture lovers, newcomers and curious.

The Palace door is an attraction to every stroller on the Fonollar street. Until now, it would be closed to the public EXCEPT for Sundays when we did the classic guided tours, or when there's concerts, presentations, and other activities.

You can now walk without haste following a one-directional path at the entrance courtyard from the corner of calm (Racó de la Calma) and go up to the golden room. From here, you'll climb up to the terraces to enjoy the views from the cloister, and it's the magnificent view of the Mediterranean. The way out is by the Giants' door, to avoid double directions in the same space and prevent visitors' crossing each other.

There will be a QR code in each space with a link to the Visitmuseum website. All the information is available in Catalan, Spanish, English and French.

Culture is safe. Here you will find hydroalcoholic gel, capacity-limited spaces, social distance, and masks' mandatory use to access at the entrance.

It is a unique opportunity to get close to this building, constructed by the American Charles Deering initiative, commissioned to the engineer Miquel Utrillo, and enjoy the privileged position overlooking the sea.


The opening hours will be from ten in the morning to two in the afternoon, except when other scheduled activities make it incompatible, so we recommend that you check the dates or book your tickets on our website.

Or directly at the reception of the Sitges Museums (Carrer Fonollar, s / n ).