The Olot Museums are closed to the public, following the directions of the Municipal Civil Protection Plan to prevent coronavirus infection.
A patrician home built in the 18th century with subsequent extensions. The name of the house comes from the Trincherias, a prominent family that stood out in the world of the military and politics throughout history. The home boasts a monumental nativity scene with figures by Ramon Amadeu, a period furniture featuring beds from Olot and wall decorations showing landscapes and mythological scenes.
From Monday to Friday: 10-14 h and 16-18 h
Saturdays : 11-14 h and 17-19 h
Sundays & holidays: 11-14 h