Museums in Barcelona
With a seating capacity of 99,354, Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Europe and the best place to watch harmonious football played by a team that is as synchronised as an orchestra.
CosmoCaixa proves that science can be promoted in a fun and accessible way. Explore the past and future during your visit.
Housed in the old Casaramona factory, an impressive Modernist building, CaixaForum Barcelona is an essential stop for art lovers.
In a palace in the prime setting of Montjuïc, the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya offers a complete art experience.
Five medieval palaces house the Picasso Museum and the magnificent collection of the work of Pablo Ruiz Picasso, an artist who fell in love with Barcelona.
At Fundació Joan Miró architecture and art converge in the same space to reveal the work of the Barcelona-born artist.
The Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) hosts a large collection of works from the second half of the twentieth century in its avant-garde building.
The old Royal Shipyards building, a wonderful example of Catalan Gothic civic architecture, houses an essential collection of pieces to help you understand the city’s maritime history.
The best place to gain an insight into the character of Antoni Gaudí is at his own home, which provides information about his life and displays furniture designed by the architect himself.