Cau Ferrat Museum

The Cau Ferrat was the house-studio of Santiago Rusiñol, outstanding painter, writer, collector and top artifice of Catalan Modernism, who made Sitges the cradle of this movement.

The house, which is preserved as the artist left it, allows us to revive the spirit of that time and welcomes an important collection of wrought iron almost unique in Europe, one of the best and most complete collections of archaeological and modern-day glass in Catalonia and Spain, along with a whole series of sculptures, ceramics, furniture … In addition, the most important collection of paintings and drawings by Rusiñol himself and different artists from his circle, such as Ramon Casas, Miquel Utrillo, Arcadi Mas and Fondevila, Ramon Pichot, Aleix Clapés, Isidre Nonell, Ignacio Zuloaga, and more young people like Hermen Anglada Camarasa or Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Two paintings by El Greco that Zuloaga discovered in Paris and which, once acquired by Rusiñol, are also exhibited during a procession during one of the modernist parties celebrated in Sitges in 1894.

Useful information

From March 1 to June 30 and from 1 to 31 October
– From Tuesday to Sunday (holidays included): from 10am to 7pm.
– Monday: closed.

From July 1 to September 30
– From Tuesday to Sunday (holidays included): from 10am to 8pm.
– Monday: closed.

From November 1 to February 28
– From Tuesday to Sunday (holidays included): 10am to 5pm.
– Monday: closed.