Ca n'Ortadó is an old Noucentista style summer tower built around 1930, using pre-existing buildings. The house is inspired by the Catalan masia and is surrounded by a magnificent Romantic garden. It is a group of great historical and artistic interest that is part of the history of Cerdanyola during the first decades of the 20th century and a phenomenon, summer holidays, which was the main stimulus of urban growth during that time.
It was restored between 1993 and 1996. Between 1998 and 2010 it hosted a permanent exhibition on the history of Cerdanyola. At the moment, the Museum is closed to the public, although in the ground floor some activities are carried out from time to time. The garden is open from spring to autumn and very diverse activities are organized there by different municipal services and entities of the city, something that has made it a reference space in the village.