Museum dedicated to thermalism where it is possible to see, in addition to the Roman thermal baths, an exhibition on the painter and sculptor Manolo Hugué and another with paintings and ceramic pieces by Pablo Picasso. It is located in the rooms of the hospital de Santa Susanna, the Romanesque chapel and Can Delger.
The Thermalia - Caldes de Montbui Museum is comprised of several buildings and collections: the thermae (Roman baths), the Santa Susanna hospital, the Romanesque chapel of the same name and the Can Delger building.
The museum seat is the former Santa Susanna hospital, a Gothic building from the end of the 14th century of which only a few original fragments remain. Two of the four museum floors give us a glimpse at the life and work of the painter and sculptor Manolo Hugué, who came to Caldes attracted by the medicinal properties of the thermal waters. Stemming from Hugué's friendship with Picasso, this facility also exhibits ceramics and paintings by the artist from Málaga.
Behind the hospital stands the Santa Susanna chapel, a building dating back to 1043 where visitors are given a multimedia screening on the heritage and history of the town via balneology and archaeological pieces from different periods.
The main seat of Thermalia Caldes de Montbui Museum provides several educational workshops on balneology and the work of Manolo Hugué and Pablo Picasso.