In accordance with the measures announced by the Government of Catalonia to prevent and control the spread of SARS COV-2, and to avoid any unnecessary journeys, the mNACTEC is closed indefinitely until further notice, providing a minimal administrative service through remote working.
During the lockdown period, the mNACTEC is offering the general public a range of online resources, allowing them to visit the Museum without leaving home:
Virtual tour of the mNACTEC: use Google Street View to visit the main areas and exhibitions of the Museum.
Thematic Museum blogs: the mNACTEC has 5 thematic blogs focusing on the topics of women in the industrial, scientific and technical world; industrial heritage; telecommunications; worker housing; and iron.
Online exhibitions: there are 3 virtual mNACTEC exhibitions in the Google Arts & Culture project, dedicated to Montesa motorbikes, the photography archive of the Catalana de Gas i Electricitat company, and the Museum's collection of daguerreotypes.
Collections Online: the Museum website provides access to the inventory of objects from the mNACTEC collection.
Online photography archive: the digitised photography holdings of the Museum collections are available for consultation.
Eix Magazine: Eix is an educational publication that aims to explain and showcase the scientific and technical culture and heritage of Catalonia's industrial society. This mNACTEC-published magazine can be read online up to the penultimate issue.
mNACTEC documentaries: the mNACTEC YouTube channel features six documentaries of under 10 minutes providing an insight into issues connected with science, technology and industrial heritage.
Participatory 'Museum on the Street' project: 'Museum on the Street' is a mNACTEC project intended to uncover traces of the heritage of Catalonia's industrial society.
Map of the industrial heritage of Catalonia: this website brings together the 150 essential elements of Catalan industrial heritage.
20 March 2020