Around the Serra de Prades Resort there is a large supply of all kinds of museums and places of interest to visit nearby.
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The Glassworks Museum and Workshop, Vimbodí i Poblet
Watch as the master glassworker prepares a mass of molten glass in the 1,000ºC heat of the kiln, then transforms it into a rose; or blows a traditionalporró for drinking wine. The articles on display are all handmade, and many are on sale in the museum shop.
Opening times: Tuesday to Friday: from 10 to 13.30h and from 17 to 19h. Weekends and bank holidays: from 10 to 14h. Closed on Mondays
Demonstrations of glass blowing from 10:00h to 13:00h (The final demonstration of the day begins at 13:00h)
Caves of L’Espluga, l’Espluga de Francolí
The Cave’s main source is a unique place that lets delve into the past of ourgeological and prehistoric comarques. Guided tours explanations of the Paleolithic, Neolithic and the remains found after its discovery, and geological formation Cave.
Features explanation of one of the Caves, formed in clusters and longest in the world from Lower Paleolithic. Remains of animals about 300,000 years old. Rhino, deerand hyenas, Neolithic sections of flint, earliest know ceramics, pets, Bronze objects: two needles, a sword, an ax and a dagger from iberian period.
The Wine Museum, l’Espluga de Francolí
In the basement cellar, dominated by the cups –the antique fermentation vats– the history of wine is presented, with details of grape cultivation and the wine-making process. The ground floor, filled with the enormous cylindrical ageing tanks known as tines, is dedicated to an explanation of modern production methods. Upstairs, looking down on the majestic tines, the story and structure of the Modernist building is detailed, complemented by three audio-visual presentations.
Opening times: From monday to friday: from 9.00 to 12.30 h and from 15.30 to 18.00h. Weekends and bank holidays: from 10.00 to 13.30 h.
Rural Life Museum, l’Espluga de Francolí
The museum is the perfect place for children to learn in a fun way where they come from the wine, oil, or to explain the difference between a blacksmith and a cooper. The Museum presents agriculture as the central work of the farmer showing the three main crops of the Mediterranean;: vines, wheat and olives, and wine was made and after the meal and the oil. The destinies of the harvest and how they lived in a stately home, crafts etc.
Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10.30 to 14.00h and from 16.00 to 18.30h Sunday from 10.30 to 14.00h
Palau Ferré Artisan Museum, Montblanc
The museum houses a permanent display of the works of the renowned local artist Maties Palau i Ferré (1921-2000). Painter, sculptor and ceramicist, he was an all round artist, noted for his use of vibrant colours: particularly oils and Chinese inks.
Opening times: Winter (October-March), Tuesday to Friday from 11 to 13h , Saturdays from 11 to 13h and from 17 to 19h. Sundays and bank holidays from 12 to 14h. Summer (April-September), Tuesday to Saturday from 11 to 13h and from 17 to 19h. Sundays and bank holidays from 12 to 14h. Closed non-bank holiday Mondays. Groups by prior booking only. Closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Museum of Rock Art of the Prades Mountains:, Montblanc
Museum on the rock art that has sections devoted to physical and Geological history of Conca de Barbera and rock art of Prades (with full-scale reproductions). Actualy the rock Paintins are placed on a dificult acces so we recomend you visit the Painting Art Museum in Montblanc.
Medieval Village of Montblanc
Montblanc Medieval open the rich artistic heritage, Cultue and Nature with a wide Turistic offer, activities which become Montblanc to Capital of Conca de Barbera.