From April 5 to April 26, every Saturday starting at 3pm, the Episcopal Museum of Vic proposes to make an annotated visit to the Romanesque collection of the museum and raise the bell tower of the Cathedral of Vic with a musical accompaniment.
This proposal wants to go back 1000 years in history and set the visitor to the medieval world. Thus, the visit provides a brief visit to the museum to see the pieces that formerly were in the churches, monasteries and cathedrals of the Old Catalonia. Next, the visit provides the raise to the bell tower of the Cathedral of Vic, where visitors will enjoy views of the city from a viewpoint of 46 meters high, while the students of the School of Music of Vic perform a musical accompaniment.
This visit is scheduled for small groups and reservations are required by contacting the Episcopal Museum of Vic through the usual ways of contact.
Dates: April 5 to April 26 2014
More information: http://www.museuepiscopalvic.com/