A museum dedicated to the history, ethnography, ecology, economy and geography of the Ebro Delta and Terres de l'Ebre. One of the main cultural centres in the region.
The museum is housed in an old public school building in the city of Amposta—a building designed by the Catalan architect Ramon Salas i Ricomà. Here, you’ll discover the stories of the different cultures that have inhabited Terres de l’Ebre throughout history. The museum conserves one of the most important natural history, archaeology and ethnology collections of Terres de l’Ebre, with more than 35,000 specimens. Its contents are divided into three permanent exhibitions:Terres de l’Ebre: From Prehistory to the Middle Ages,The Ebro: Waterway and The Ebro Delta: Memory of an Environment, a Natural Space for Humans.