Housed in a neoclassical building built in 1793 outside the village, Can Llopis Romanic Museum gives a peek into what it was like to be an upper-class family in Sitges in the 18th and 19th century. Members of the Llopis family were landowners, traders, historians, jurists and producers of Sitges Malvasía wine. The second floor in what was the staff quarters displays more than 400 antique dolls from various countries collected by writer Lola Anglada in the last century. The museum is undergoing restoration and may be closed to the public.
Museo Romántico Can Llopis, Sitges, Spain