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Free Museums Days in Barcelona

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Want to enjoy all the culture Barcelona has to offer and for a good price? Then, we recommend to go visit a museum on free museum days.

Take advantage of this opportunity to stroll through Barcelona's museums and discover more of its heritage. Check the list we prepared with the days one can enter the museums for free in Barcelona. Don't miss out.

Picasso Museum / Museu Picasso

Opened in 1963, Picasso Museum is one of the most important musems of the city that one shouldn't miss.

The Free Entrance is every Sunday after 3 pm and all day the firstSunday of every month.

National Art Museum of Catalonia / Museu Nacional D'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)

Enjoy Catalonia's Art History through its' Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque collections.

The Free Entrance is every Saturday from 3 pm, all day the first Sunday of each month, the 11th and 24th of September and 18th of May, which is the International Museum Day.

There is also free entrance available for the following:

  • Unemployed people
  • Children under 16
  • Adults over 65
  • Teachers with credentials
  • School or student groups accompanied by teachers or lecturers with previous booking
  • People accompanying groups
  • Students with credentials from the corresponding department, carrying out research work

Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona / Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB)

Discover a world of experimental artistic languages and codes, a place of innovation and creation.

The Free Entrance is every Sunday from 3 pm to 8 pm and International Museum Day, 18th May.

Museum of Barcelona History / Museu D'Historia De Barcelona (MUHBA)

Wondering about Catalonia's and Barcelona's history? Come to MUHBA, where one can learn about Catalan history starting from their beginning 'till today's Catalonia.

The Free Entrance is every Sunday from 3 pm to 8 pm.

Maritime Museum Of Barcelona / Museu Maritim De Barcelona

Discover how popular Spanish sailors were through the history. Visit Maritime Museum of Barcelona and be surrounded with various sizes of ships, compasses and maps.

The Free Entrance is every Sunday from 3 pm to 8 pm and International Museum Day, 18th May.

Chocolate Museum of Barcelona / Museu De La Xocolata

Want to learn more about chocolate? Want to see a chocolate version of the Sagrada Familia? Then the Chocolate Museum is the place.

The Free Entrance is the first Sunday of every month after 3 pm.

Caixa Forum

With pieces of art from the seventies until more recent works, this young museum nowadays is already being seen as one of the most appreciated museums of it's kind.

It always has a Free Entrance

The Blue Museum / Museu Blau

In a very modern building, this museum has all types of exhibitions related to science.

The Free Entrance is the first Sunday of every month after 3 pm.

The Museum of Catalonia History / Museu D'Historia de Catalunya

Discover and understand the story of a country named Catalonia.

The Free Entrance is all day the first Sunday of every month.

Antoni Tapies Foundation / Fundacio Antoni Tapies

Distinguished Catalan artists, Antoni Tapies, has dedicated his life to the study of modern art. To see his works and publications, visit this foundation.

The Free Entrance is on the International Museum Day, 18th May, and on the Festival of La merge, 24th September.

Ceramic Museum of Barcelona / Museu De Ceramic

A great center of both traditional and contemporary ceramic arts with many permanent and temporary collections.

The Free Entrance is all day the first Sunday of every month.