Night-time visits to the Fabra Observatory

Built in 1904 and designed by the Modernista architect Josep Domènech i Estapà, the Fabra Observatory enjoys a privileged position on the Collserola mountain range, where visitors can observe the firmament through a powerful telescope.
Friday’s guided tours cover the museum and Modernista hall, offer observations through a telescope and include visitors to the outside of the dome.
Saturday visits are more complete and include, what is more, a screening of a video on astronomy and a glass of cava or fruit juice.
For further information on the stars that can be observed depending on the time of year, check out this link:


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