Visits and services

Ceremonies, guided tours, special visits, activities, concerts, trainings… the Seu opens every single day of the year and many things go on in the basilica!

Tourist visits

Monday to Friday: from 10.30am to 1.30pm and from 4pm to 7pm.
Saturdays: from 10.30am to 2pm and from 4pm to 7pm.
Sundays: from 12pm to 2pm and from 5pm to 7pm
(July and August: Sunday afternoon closed).

Schedule change in March: Saturdays 03/02, 03/09 and 03/16
visiting hours from 12pm to 2pm and from 4pm to 7pm. Sundays 03/03,
10/03 and 17/03, visiting hours from 12pm to 2pm (closed in the afternoon).

Historical Museum

If you want to visit the Museum you must request it in advance by phone (+34 93 872 15 12) or by email (

Masses schedule

From Monday to Friday
10am: Conventual Mass
7pm: Mass

10am: Conventual Mass
7pm: Mass

11am: Conventual mass
7pm: Mass (from September to June).

Non guided tours

The recommended tour includes viewing of the introductory audiovisual, access to the Espai Oliba, the neoclassic cloister, the central nave, the baptistery and the crypt.

General admission 5€
Manresa’s inhabitants / retirees / students
/ people with disabilitiy: 3€
Under 16 free

Guided tours

Subject to reservation tours: we have official guides. We adapt contents and routes to the needs and interests of the group. 

Available languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian. 

Guided tours every Saturday at 11 am and only in Catalan (july and august at 10.30h).

School visits

We offer two educational activities aimed at primary and secondary school students. ‘Discover the Seu’ and ‘Let’s build the Seu’ are two interdisciplinary proposals adapted to school curricula that explain the basilica and its context in a fully experiential way.


If you would like to visit the basilica in a group, you can contact us and we will inform you about everything we can offer you.

More information and reservations    –   (+34) 93 872 15 12


In the basilica there are several spaces available for entities, companies or individuals who want to use them. The Gothic Room, the lower Romanesque cloister or the central nave, for example, can be rented.

The Seu’s management team evaluates whether the event is suitable for the space or not and collaborates so it can be carried out with the maximum professionalism.

The Archive

In a room annexed to the basilica there is a documentary collection of more than 300 parchments, codices, notebooks and half a thousand ties from the 11th to the 20th centuries, all of them of very diverse content and origin. The work of planning, towards the end of the 19th century of Leonci Soler i March, was fundamental, as was the work of Joaquim Sarret i Arbós, who continued his work.

The management of the archive is the responsibility of the Canon’s Chapter and now there’s an employee with Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s Degree in Archive and Document Management.

The Seu’s Archive opens every Saturday from 9.30am to 1.30pm.

+ information and queries at: and on the archive website. 

Until further notice, the archive will remain closed. More information:


Since 2018, the basilica has organized training days for its guides and has opened it to everyone who might be interested in the program.

To receive information about upcoming trainings, you can write to:


The Seu is a parish where all the celebrations of the Christian life are performed: baptisms, communions, confirmations, weddings and burials. In addition, the priest also confesses, welcomes and cares for the sick. To request any of these services, you can call (+34) 93 872 15 12 and we will advise and guide you so you can celebrate the event in the basilica.