Using furniture and household objects to recreate family rooms in the downstairs section of the building, this museum conjures the daily life of a land-owning Sitges family in the 18th and 19th centuries. The wine cellars are a reminder that the Llopis family, while nominally involved in farming and statecraft, reserved their true passions for making sophisticated wines from the Malvasia grape. The upper level, formerly the servants’ quarters, contains a collection of more than 400 dolls donated by writer and illustrator Lola Anglada Barcelona. Made of wood, papier-mâché, and porcelain, they date from the 17th through the 19th centuries. Some feature mechanical or musical movements.