Are you a cultural association, an agency, a group of friends or a family? The Pau Casals Museum offers guided tours and cultural packages to enjoy culture and cuisine by the sea.
Group visits to the permanent exhibition, both free and guided, will be from Tuesday to Sunday, at agreed times and always within the Museum’s opening hours.
In order for the activities to run smoothly, please be punctual. If, due to unforeseen circumstances, it is not possible to arrive at the agreed time, please notify the Museum well in advance by calling +34 977 684 276. The Museum reserves the right to cancel the guided tour if the delay is more than 15 minutes.
The Museum will send you a confirmation document specifying the timetable, the activity booked, the number of places and the total amount, which you must bring with you on the day of the visit.
The corresponding amount may be paid in advance into the Pau Casals Foundation’s bank account or by cash, VISA or bank transfer on the day of the visit.
Visit the museum with our professional guides. With them you will discover the rooms and the history of the house and learn about the life of Pablo Casals, from his childhood to his career as an international cellist and man of peace.
Guided tour: €60/group (Monday to Saturday) €65/group (Sundays and public holidays).
Companions: free of charge
We suggest a full day in Sant Salvador. Visit the museum with our guides and, at the end, enjoy a meal at the Vil·la Casals restaurant, located in the old guest houses that Pablo Casals had built in 1929. A unique space, with a magnificent terrace overlooking the sea, where you can enjoy a spectacular atmosphere full of history.
A combination of a guided tour around the Pau Casals Museum and a cello recital with a view of the Mediterranean Sea. This is a lively and musical experience that brings us closer to Pablo Casals in all his dimensions as a man of peace and a musician.
Joint ticket to visit Pau Casals’ houses. The Casa Nadiua in El Vendrell, where you will learn about the familiar and humble atmosphere in which Pablo Casals lived during the first years of his childhood, and the Pau Casals Museum, located in his summer home, facing Sant Salvador beach and sea, where you will learn about the life of Pablo Casals and his career as an international cellist and a man of peace.
A route for people interested in Pablo Casals’ music and his life. Get to know Pablo Casals’ most beloved places in El Vendrell and enjoy the music and the land where he was born.
The tour begins at the Casa Nadiua, where you will discover the humble family atmosphere in which Pablo Casals lived the first years of his childhood, followed by a visit to the church of El Vendrell, where you will have the opportunity to see the Baroque organ closely linked to the musical beginnings of Pablo Casals. Afterwards, you will go to the cemetery of El Vendrell to see the tomb of Pablo Casals. At the end of the tour, we will go to Sant Salvador beach to visit the Pau Casals Museum, where we will have the opportunity to learn about the musician as an international cellist and man of peace.
The trips between El Vendrell and Sant Salvador