Museu de la Ciència i la Tècnica de Catalunya (mNACTEC)

mnactec_interiorThe architect Lluís Muncunill built this textile mill in 1907 on a commission from the Aymerich, Amat i Jover Company, which had been founded by three Terrassa industrialists.

The Vapor Aymerich was a wool mill which carried out the entire textile manufacturing process.

It closed in 1976, and the Government of Catalonia acquired the building in 1983 to make it into the home of the Catalan National Science and Technology Museum.

Nowadays the building can be visited as a modernist textile mill: the coal cellar, boilers, chimney, steam engine and the old 11,000m2 production facility with a sawtooth roof made of a plain brick Catalan

vaults and set upon cast-iron columns.

The building is widely seen as one of the finest examples of Catalan industrial modernism.

It houses permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Auditorium Room: includes microphones for speakers, projector for computer-based presentations, slide projector, OHP, projector, video, DVD player and sound booth for simultaneous translation.

Diesel Room: includes microphones for speakers, projector for computer-based presentations, slide projector, OHP, projector, television, video and DVD.

Meeting Room: includes slide projector, OHP and TV with DVD player (must be requested in advance).

La Terrassa del Museu Restaurant, inside the museum facility. Serves market cuisine. Set meal for groups option. Separate room.

mnactec_exteriorContact

Rambla d’Egara, 270

Telephone: +34 93 736 89 66

08221 Terrassa

Contact person: Elisenda Estany

E-mail: difusio.mnactec@gencat.cat

E-mail: estany@gencat.net

Website: http://www.mnactec.cat

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Banquet

Cocktail

School

Theater

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Pati (a l'aire lliure)850
Sala Agora300250
Auditori200164
Sala Diesel6564
Sala Narcís Monturiol30030
Sala Franz de Copenhagen185126126
Sala Ferran Casablancas8030
Sala Francesc Salvà8030
Sala de reunions6030

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