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FREE AFTERNOON VISITS TO MUSEUMS

A good, inexpensive way to end the week is to go and see the latest exhibitions or visit Barcelona’s magnificent museums for the first time. 

 

Here is a list of museums you can visit for free near WTC Barcelona:

 

1. National Art Museum of Catalonia (MNAC)

When can you visit it for free?

Every Saturday after 3 p.m. and the first Sunday of every month.

What can you see?

 

The Museum features all the arts (sculpture, painting, etchings, posters, a photograph collection and a coin collection) and provides a general overview of Catalonian art from the Romanesque period to the twentieth century.

 

Download the MNAC exhibition programme.

 

National Palace Montjuïc Park

How to get there from WTC Barcelona.

 

 

2. Barcelona History Museum (MUHBA)

When can you visit it for free?

Every Saturday after 3 p.m. and the first Sunday of every month. 

What can you see?

 

The MUHBA preserves, studies, documents, disseminates and exhibits Barcelona’s heritage and history from its origins to the present day.

 

Download the MUHBA exhibition programme. 

Pl. del Rei, Ciutat Vella 

How to get there from WTC Barcelona.

 

 

3. Music Museum

 

When can you visit it for free?

Every Saturday after 3 p.m. and the first Sunday of every month. 

What can you see?

The Museum’s permanent exhibition features nearly 500 instruments pertaining to different cultures and periods and is considered one of the best in Spain. 

 

See the Music Museum’s exhibition programme.

 

Calle de Lepanto, 150

How to get there from WTC Barcelona.

 

 

4. Virreina Image Centre 

When can you visit it for free?

Whenever you want: entrance is free. 

What can you see?

 

The Virreina Image Centre focuses on exploring images as a source of knowledge and as a means of promoting new cultural experiences.

 

See the Virreina Image Centre exhibition programme.

 

La Rambla, 99, el Raval

How to get there from WTC Barcelona.

 

 

5.  Barcelona Contemporary Culture Centre (CCCB)

When can you visit it for free?

 

Every Sunday from 3 to 8 p.m. 

What can you see?

 

The CCCB organises and produces exhibitions, debates, festivals and concerts, schedules film seasons, courses and conferences, fosters creation using new forms of technology and language, gives impetus to art research in fields such as multimedia, and facilitates research on exhibition formats. 

 

See the CCCB exhibition programme.

 

Calle Montalegre, 5, el Raval 

 

How to get there from WTC Barcelona.

 

 

6. Barcelona Maritime Museum (MMB)

 

When can you visit it for free?

On Sundays after 3 p.m. 

What can you see?

 

The Barcelona Maritime Museum focuses on sea-going culture and is over 80 years old. Its mission is to preserve, research and disseminate the country’s maritime heritage.

 

See the MMB exhibition programme.

 

 

 

Av. de les Drassanes, s/n, el Raval

How to get there from desde WTC Barcelona.

 

 

 


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