Be Part of Art! Buy your “Art Ticket” & don’t miss the 7 leading Museums of Barcelona

Be part of art!


Barcelona counts with many interesting museums and lots are well worth a vist, but usually the time and the budget for museum visits are limited during a holdiday. But for art lovers and those really interested into visting at least the  7 leading art centres in Barcelona, there is the Art Ticket available. The Art Ticket is available for only 22 € and is valid during a period of 6 months. Just one ticket grants your access to the leading art exhibitions in Barcelona. If you do not manage to visit all 7 museums during your stay, its another good reason to visit Barcelona soon again. See our luxury apartments Barcelona for your stay.

First Sunday of each month, free Museum entrance for everybody (in almost all museums).

The ticket includes the entrance fee to the following museums:

* CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) is located in C/ Montalegre 5 in the Raval area and just right next to the MACBA museum, which makes it easy and very convenient to visit both Museums during one day. Just take a break in between and enjoy a drink on a terrace in front of the MACBA museum and watch the skaters who come every day to practise in front of the museum, or take a stroll in the fashionable Raval area. Just around the CCCB is the hip Vintage shop HOLALA! Plaza with clothing, furniture and art books. Located on Plaza de Castilla 2. The CCCB host as well a nice museum shop with books and nice gift ideas.

* MACBA (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona) , Plaza dels Angels. This museum is also worth a visit for architecture fans. The building got designed by the amercian architect Richard Meier and is based on rationalism and alludes to the masters of Modern Architecture, particularly Le Corbusier. Since september 2006, the old Church of the Convent dels Angels, got converted into the new exhibition space MACBA.

* Picasso Museum , C/ Montcada 15-23. The museum is situated in 5 large old palaces from the 13th – 15th centuries. The palaces are a good example of the Gothic Catalan style and they are built surrounding a courtyard with with an open stairway.

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All Sundays free from 3 pm.

First Sunday of each month, free Museum entrance for everybody.

* Joan Miro Foundation The foundation is located in a beautiful surrounding on the Montjuic mountain. The Montjuic hosts also a large number of museums, but is at the same time the biggest green space (and parc) of Barcelona with great views over the city. Before heading up to the Montjuic, you might want to visit first the MNAC, on the bottom of Montjuic. Web:

* MNAC (Museo Nacional d’Art de Catalunya). The Palau Nacional on Plaza Espanya, the emblematic building of the 1929 International Exhibition is the home of the MNAC. In front of this fairytale like castle is the Magic Fountain with its beautiful water, light and music shows. Web:

* La Pedrera (meaning: the quarry),  Passeig de Gracia 100. One of the famous works of Gaudi and after the Sagrada Familia the most visited monument or museum of Barcelona. The building (which was supposed to be an apartment building) is the museum itself. The roof top terrace with its futuristic forms and pillars is not only impressive because of its views over the city center. Web:

* Antoní Tàpies Foundation , C/ Arago 255.  The Barcelona born artist Antoni Tapies created the foundation to promote modern and contemporary art. The foundation is in a former Editorial publishing house, a work of the Modernist architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner, constructed between 1880 and 1885. The building combines exposed brick and iron.

We recommend holiday apartments Barcelona for your stay in the city centre with most museums in walking distance.

You can buy your articket BCN at:

  • Ticket desks at each of the 7 art centers
  • Tel-Entrada +34 902 10 12 12 /
  • Tourism Offices in Barcelona:
    Plaza Catalunya, Plaza Sant Jaume, Estació de Sants trainstation
  • Web Turisme de Barcelona, at the site’s


  1. sandra says

    MACBA is really a good contemporary museum but the most i like it is picasso and joan miro, there are a lot of painting less famous than the ones we used to know, i recommend strongly to visit them

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