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Visiting hours
Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Sundays and holydays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Mondays closed
Holydays open in the morning: Good Friday, Easter Monday,
15th August, 11th September, 12th October, 1st November, 6th and 8th Desember.
The museum will be closed the following days: 1st and  6th  January, 24th June,  25th and 26th December 

Admission fee: 
General:     3,00 Euros
Groups:     1,50 Euro per person (pensionists free admission)
:    Free admission

Last Sunday of the month, free admission

Handicapped: Complete access to all museum exhibits and services.
Guided tours:
Contact the Museum. 40 euros for group (`30 persons maximum).
School Field Trips:
Special Programmed Visits to the "Cantir" Museum for elementary and high school students. Visit our
activity page


Museum hall

Reception and information counter.                    


Educational service: Educational activities for schools

Library: specialized in earthenware and water vessels

Video-viewing room

Museum Shop: Publications, reproductions, posters, souvenirs, etc.

Ceramics Workshop: Classes for children and adults


How to get here:
Take the C32 tollway from Barcelona north towards Mataro and then the Mataro Exit number 13. From here take the freeway, C-60 north and turn right at the first exit (Argentona).

Public Transportation:
By train from Barcelona to Mataro and from the train station to the Village of Argentona by bus (on weekdays and Saturdays there is a bus every half hour and on Sundays every hour)

Maps of Europe and Catalonia showing the Maresme Region where Argentona is located, just 4 Km inland from the city of Mararó.  

Map detailing the location of Argentona, just 30 Km from Barcelona (about 35 minutes by car) by way of the C32 tollway (exit Granollers) and tehn c-60 (exit Argentona)


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The new "Càntir" Museum Building in Argentona 
(Barcelona - Spain)