Hy everyone! Now that we are in the new normality (don’t forget to keep the safety measures ) every place that was already full of dust (because have been closed for 2 months) is opening slowly. We mean the best museums of Barcelona, some of them has special days per week where you can enjoy this places for free, or if you can’t go this day, we add below the description of each museum the bottom where you have the best option to buy the tickets.
MACBA The best museums of Barcelona
Everybody knows that is one of the best museums from Barcelona. Not just because of it exhibitions, also because of it building and the place where is ubicated, in the hearth of Raval. Also during this seasons, you have a very good exhibition ‘Takis’. We really recommend you to see it before it ends!
Now until the end of July they are offering a 50% discount on their general tickets.
A jewel in the middle of Montjuic mountain, with an interdisciplinary approach, the Fundació organises temporary exhibitions of 20th and 21st century artists as well as academic activities and projects in collaboration with other institutions and organisations. Through its exhibition and educational programs, the Fundació Joan Miró explores lines of research linked to the work of Miró and to contemporary art.If you are a student, you will enjoy a different price, don’t miss it!
Here you have one of the most instagrammable museums you will find in Barcelona! Have you ever wanted to be in the middle of a wave, or between Trump and Puttin? In Big Fun museum you have the possibility, because of their murals where you can take your own pictures!
It is perfect for full family, couples and solo travel.
PICASSO MUSEUM (The best museums of Barcelona )
Currently, you can visit the collection of the Museu that they have prepared based on a safe tour especially designed so that you can enjoy the visit to the fullest with all the precautions. In July, they will be opening the temporary exhibition «Jamais. Oscar Domínguez. Pablo Picasso».
OLIMPYC AND SPORTS MUSEUM
Another jewel from Montjuic mountain, this museum shows the different faces of professional and high-performance sports, trying to show to visitors its importance in education and social integration of people, and the importance it has for both society and culture. Despite having opened its doors 15 years after the end of the 1992 Olympic Games, it is considered an important point within the Olympic Ring, as it is one of the most important spaces to understand the importance of the Games in Barcelona.
If you have some other important museum that you would like to see in that list, just add a comment below!
Also we would like to recommend you Articket, the passport that allows you to visit 6 museums for 35€, and also now you have the option to buy one and get two! Don’t miss this opportunity and enjoy the culture from Barcelona!