Located in an annex building of the parochial church of Santa Eulàlia, the Sacred Art Museum contains many liturgical objects, some of which were found during the renovation work undergone by the temple. These include a fragment of a medieval wrought iron candelabra, a 14th-century bronze censer, a 1571 True Cross, a baroque chasuble or various parchments, as well as a facsimile reproduction of a copy of the medieval codex Beatus of Liébana from la Seu d’Urgell, which contains a series of exceptional illuminated miniatures.
Open the entire year with a previous reservation.
General admission: €5
Students and senior citizens: €3
Free admission: children under 12, Youth Card holders and Andorran schools.
Both the museum and the church are accessible for people with limited mobility.
Guided tours in Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
The duration of the tours is an hour and a half.
Photographs are allowed.
Customized tour and experience.