Barcelona's Most Innovative, Creative and Exciting Museums
Barcelona is a city rich in history, architecture and of course art. It's renowned for being home to some of the most well known artists, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and just a little up the coast, Figueres was home to Salvador Dali. Even if you're not a 'museum goer' by nature, Barcelona has a diverse variety of historical as well as fun and inspiring venues to ignite your passion even more for the city. With several of the more interesting ones situated in the Old City (Gotico, Born, Barceloneta) there are also a few really cool museums just a short ride outside the city center, which is great if you want to combine... Read more »
Local Expert Tip: "Reserve tickets online in advance and avoid all lines by walking right in"
Local Expert Tip: "Go for lunch at their Bar - Restaurant which has a large patio overlooking a garden with excellent Mediterranean cuisine."
Local Expert Tip: "Their exhibits change quite frequently so even if you're not interested in what's on at the time, keep checking for updates."
Local Expert Tip: "If you have a press card you get in free and a student card gives you a discount"
Local Expert Tip: "This is a great museum to see with children"
Local Expert Tip: "Be sure to check opening hours online as they can be erratic, depending on the time of year"
- Type: Museums
- Neighborhood: MontjuÏc
Local Expert Tip: "Spend the day on Montjuic and visit the Olympic Stadium and Palau Sant Jordi while you're up there."
Local Expert Tip: "They have specialized activities for different age groups so check the listings online for specific programs"
- Type: Museums
- Neighborhood: Tibadabo
Local Expert Tip: "Children under 6 get in for free"
Local Expert Tip: "If you're looking for good seafood, there is a string of high quality restaurants right outside the museum overlooking the boats in the port."