The Foundation is located at C/ Riera, 54 in Caldes d’Estrac.
The Foundation is spread over two buildings: Can Muntanyà and La Casa de les Monges.
Can Muntanyà, owned by Caldes d'Estrac Town Council, dates back to the middle of the 20th century and was formerly the residence of a Latin American landowner who owned land in Caldes. It was perhaps because of a certain nostalgia for his homeland that the owner installed a fountain in the interior patio of the house, decorating it with tropical motifs. The fountain –an important example of Catalan ceramics– is today the centrepiece of the Foundation’s patio.
La Casa de les Monges is a former religious school currently owned by the Diputació de Barcelona. In total, the site covers 1,500 m2.
The Palau Foundation has five exhibition rooms within
- the Picasso Room
- the Catalan Painting Room
- the Contemporary Artists Room
- two temporary exhibition rooms