The Holy Art Museum is located in Encamp, alongside the parish church of Santa Eulàlia.
There you will find different liturgical objects from the different town churches spread between three rooms: gilt work, textile and paper. Its pieces include the remains of a Romanesque wrought iron candelabra from Sant Romà de Vila, a bronze thurible from the 14th century, a ‘Vera Crucis’ from 1571 and the reproduction of the mediaeval Codex of Beatus of Liébana, and several parchments from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Services: Tours free, booking recommended (the tour includes the Church of Santa Eulàlia). Duration 30 min. Languages: Catalan, Spanish and French. Space adapted for the physically impaired. Open only in July and August.
More details on the museum, its prices and opening hours in the Culture Guide in pdf format.