21st November, 2013 / No Comments

Free museums in Barcelona? Yes, but you need to know when to go! Want to soak in Barcelona’s art and history but you are travelling low-cost? Here’s the answer: visit the best museums amb cultural centres in town for free! We have prepared a brief guide so that you know when to visit them without spending a cent. There is no excuse anymore!

Catalunya’s National Art Museum: here you will find examples of every artistic movement since the 14th century.

Saturdays from 15pm
First Sunday every month
11th and 24th September and 18th May

Barcelona’s Contemporary Culture Centre: it hosts temporary and permanent exhibitions of contemporary art. And it is right in the city centre, very close to Plaza Catalunya.

Sundays from 15pm
12th February, 18th May and 24th September

Picasso Museum: do not miss it if you want to learn further about Pablo Picasso’s work, one of the most relevant during the 20th century.

Sundays from 15pm
First Sunday every month
12th February, 18th May and 24th September

Barcelona’s History Museum: a new concept of museum, spread all over many archaeological sites, it will allow you to discover Barcelona’s heritage on-site.

Sundays from 15pm
First Sunday every month
12th February, 23rd April, 11th and 24th September and 18th May

Barcelona’s Maritime Museum: a must-see if you are a sea lover. And it is located in a beautiful historical building that used to be Barcelona’s shipyard.

Sundays from 15pm
First Sunday every month
12th February, 18th May and 24th September

Free entrance every day

Arts Santa Mònica: very close to Columbus monument you will get to discover the most innovative artistic trends in town.

Palau Robert: what used to be an aristocrat’s palace is now a multipurpose cultural equipment.

Palau de la Virreina: this historical baroque building hosts cultural exhibitions for all artistic sensibilities.

No excuse anymore: visit the free museums in Barcelona!


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