The testimony of the agricultural past of Palau-solità and Plegamans is alive with masies such as Can Tarragona (with a menhir at the door), Can Malla, Ca l’Aiguader, Ca l’Aiguader, Can Duran and Can Marxant, all of them dispersed and in the middle of fields with a view to La Mola and the park of Sant Llorenç del Munt. There are also other located in the town centre and its surroundings as Can Cortés, which hosts municipal services; Can Maiol, archaeological campus headquarters of the Fundació Arqueològica Clos (Egyptian Museum), or Can Malla, headquarters of the Museu del Pessebrisme (manger).
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Fundació Folch i Torres
The Museum hosts the literary legacy of the five brothers Folch i Torres.
Celler Modernista – Museu de Sant Cugat
The ideal place to know about the wine elaboration process and the transformation of the city.