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20 Nov

A letter to the grandmothers and grandfathers of Rubí's residences

In the month of December 2023, the Vallhonrat Museum Foundation and the students of the Regina Carmeli school in Rubí have joined the initiative to make the solidarity initiative a reality by sending a letter to the grandmothers and grandfathers of the local residences in order to accompany them. in the distance, through the sending of cards with messages, stories and drawings to congratulate them on the holidays.

An opportunity to give voice to letters as a form of communication that is little used by today's young people and to appreciate that a piece of writing comes to life beyond the coldness and speed of social networks and a small gesture that costs nothing. and that older people will be grateful. What's more, it will serve to brighten these days, to share moments of lectures and make them feel like protagonists of this surprise experience. 


01 Jun



The entrance of the Vallhonrat de Rubí Museum Foundation, in May 2023, has renewed its image offering visitors a mural painted by the students of the 1st year of the Artistic Baccalaureate of l'INS La Serreta and leaving part of the old mural on the interior façade Created by EDRA in 2012.

The new mural reflects the evolution of human communication through time, which flows like the water of a river through seven fundamental historical stages: Prehistory with the typical cave paintings, Babylon with cuneiform writing, Egypt with its hieroglyphs, Greece with myths and oral culture, the end of the Middle Ages with Gutenberg and the printing press, the 9th and 20th centuries, with the digital age where communication through social networks is immediate and crosses borders.

This graffiti will be incorporated into the Ruta d'Street Art, organized by the Projection Service of the City of Rubí Town Hall.


19 Dec

The museum turned into a diorama

The museum turned into a diorama

From December 18, 2022 to January 15, 2023, a nativity scene dedicated to the museum for the 60th anniversary and in memory of Pedro Vallhonrat can be seen in the Rubí Cultural Hall. It is a work created by Josep Comelles, a member of the Rubí Nativity Scene Association. It presents the characteristic façade, the laundry room and the water tower, which are the elements that house the diorama dedicated to Adoration, one of the oldest scenes in the artistic world and one of the most elaborated by the nativity scene artisans since it includes the main characters of these parties Hours: Monday to Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Sundays and holidays from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Place: Rubí cultural classroom (in front of the station).


16 Dec

Real mailbox

Real mailbox

During the Christmas holidays, the Vallhonrat Museum Foundation makes available to the children of Rubí, a very special real mailbox, created by the artist Elena Boixader.

The water tower, symbol of the museum, dressed as a royal page, is the protagonist of receiving the letters that want to be delivered to Their Majesties the Three Kings of the East.

It will be located at the entrance of Fincas Vallhonrat (Passeig Fransesc Macià, 80) from December 19, 2022 to January 4, 2023 from 10am to 1pm and from 4pm to 8pm.


20 Sep

Pons Cirac centenary drawing contest

Pons Cirac centennial award ceremony.

On Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 6:00 p.m., the award ceremony for the drawing contest carried out by the students of the Anna Tamayo and Rafael Font workshop will take place. It will also be awarded to EDRA students for collaborating with the Vallhonrat Museum throughout the 2021-2022 academic year with the patio project, creating the centenary commemorative logo, creating the website and the gift. Diplomas will be awarded to all.

The act will be in the Vallhonrat Auditorium, entrance to Plaza Montserrat Roig, s/n.


History of the Museum

The origins of the Ethnographic Museum Vallhonrat of Rubí back to the middle of the last century when Miquel Vallhonrat Brau started in the world of collecting, initially with family pieces from the early eighteenth century. He subsequently received input from customers and rubinenses.

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