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Peralada Castle Museum

The Peralada Castle Museum is located in an old Carmelite convent that dates back to the 14th Century. 

Visitors can see the Castle's private collections: the library, with almost 100,000 publications; the thousand-piece pottery collection; the glass collection which, with 2,500 pieces, is considered one of the most important in Spain and one of the biggest in the world gathered by a single owner; the cloister, with its collection of stone engravings; the Gothic church with its 14th Century coffered ceiling; and the Wine Museum, with an extensive exhibition of wine-related objects dating back to the 14th Century. 

The visit ends in the Convent's wine cellar where Gran Claustre cava is still produced today.

  • The museum will be closed until October until new notice

  • MUSEUM TIMETABLE

    FROM SEPTEMBER 1 TO JUNE 30
    Mornings: 10h, 11h and 12h.
    Afternoons: 15,30h, 16,30h and 17,30h.
    Sunday and holidays only mornings. Closed on Monday.

    FROM JULY 1 TO AUGUST 30
    Mornings: 10h, 11h and 12h.
    Afternoons: 16h, 17h, 18h and 19h.
    Sunday and holidays only mornings. Closed on Monday.

    DECEMBER 25 AND 26 – JANUARY 1 AND 6, CLOSED

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