Col·lecció de Carrosses Fúnebres

Lonely Planet review

If late-18th-century to mid-20th-century hearses (complete with period-dressed dummies) are your thing, then this collection, set at the entrance to the Cementiri del Sud-Oest, is probably the city’s weirdest sight, a place to contemplate the pomp and circumstance of people’s last earthly ride. The funeral company claims it is the biggest museum of its kind in the world.

The collection incorporates funeral carriages spanning 90 years, four of them with horses and accompanying walkers in powdered wigs and tricorn hats, as well as a metallic Buick hearse and a couple of earlier motorised hearses.