On Sunday is a good day to visit museums or visit different exhibitions Many of Barcelona’s best museums offer free entry on the first Sunday of each month. So if you are a lover of art and museums you cannot miss this selection of museums that the city of Barcelona offers. Do you want to know which are the free museums in Barcelona?
The Picasso Museum has a collection of 4,000 works by the painter Pablo Picasso from his different disciplines such as painting, sculpture and drawing. The artist from Málaga had a special relationship with the city of Barcelona.
Direction: C/ Montcada, 15-23
Maritime Museum of Barcelona
The Maritime Museum of Barcelona is dedicated to the conservation and dissemination of the maritime cultural heritage of Catalonia. It is located in the shipyards of Barcelona, a space dedicated to shipbuilding between the 13th and 18th centuries.
Direction: Av. De las Drassanes
Natural Sciences History Museum
The Natural Sciences History Museum represents the direct relationship between man and earth. Stuffed animals, interactive screens, projected videos, fossis and more are all housed in a dark atmospheric space.
Direction: Plaza Leonardo da Vinci, 4-5
Botanical Gardens of Barcelona
Barcelona Botanica Gardens is in Montjuïc Park. It collects plants from all over the world and you can see the tallest trees in all of Barcelona.
Direction: Av. Dels Montanyans, 26
Ethnological & Cultures of the World Museum
The Ethnological & Cultures of the World Museum brings a selection of more than 30,000 pieces from Asia, America, Africa and Oceania. Its objective is to publicize the artistic heritage of non-Western peoples and make them known.
Direction: C/ Montcada, 12
The Music Museum has a collection of more than 1,500 of the most important musical instruments in Spain and more than 10,000 sound documents.
Direction: L’Audiotori. Lepant 150
Barcelona History Museum
The MUHBA is the museum that preserves and disseminates the historical heritage and history of Barcelona from its origins to the present day. It offers exhibitions and talks that explain the history of Barcelona.
Direction: Plaça de Rei s/n
National Art Museum of Catalonia
The MNAC stands out for its collection of Romanesque art, one of the most extensive in the world.
Direction: Palau Nacional en el Parque de Montjuïc
The Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Pedralbes is a set of Gothic-style monuments located in Barcelona. It reveals what life was like in a cloistered medieval monastery.
Direction: Baixada de monestir, 9
Archeology Museum of Catalonia
In the Archeology Museum of Catalonia you will discover the evolution of Catalonia during Prehistory and Ancient History. Also, it shows the different cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean.
Direction: Passeig de Santa Madrona, 39-41
There is no excuse for living a totally free cultural experience. Remember that Aerobús takes you to the center of the city of Barcelona in just 35 minutes, 365 days a year.