Looking for a cool way to see the best art museums in Barcelona at a good price?
Get the Barcelona Museums Pass that gives you access to six art museums for the price of one paella: Articket BCN.
- You will have tickets for six of the best art museums in Barcelona in one pass.
- You save 45% off the normal entry price.
- It is valid 12 months.
- You skip the queuesThen you never have to wait
- You have access to the exhibitions Permanent et temporary.
- The East free for children under 16 accompanied.
- You get a cool passport replica.
Yes, there is no better way to visit the six best art museums in Barcelona and you will save a lot of money. Articket BCN offers access to the six best museums in the city for just 35€.
If you go to each of these museums without the BCN Articket it would cost you € 63, you save € 28!
The essential Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) and the Picasso Museum of Barcelona cost just € 24. Why not spend a few more euros in 4 more museums?
What you will see is priceless!
What museums are included in the Articket bcn?
Area: Gothic | Carrer Montcada, 15-23 | Metro: Jaume I (L4) | Website
The largest collection of Picasso under one roof: 4355 works of art in the permanent collection. The museum houses rich and impressive pieces, most of his early works.
With Articket BCN you will avoid exhausting queues. With over 1 million visitors a year, this will save your life!
Schedules: Lunes (10 a.m. a 17 p.m.), martes a domingo (9 a.m. a 20:30 p.m.) excepto jueves (9 a.m. a 21:30 p.m.).
Consultancy: If you're not familiar with Picasso, make sure you do incredibly well with the € 5 audio guide, you'll be an expert in no time!
MACBA (Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona)
Quartier: Raval | Plaza de los Angeles, 1 | Metro: University (L1 egg L2) | Internet site
Nicknamed after some Tate Modern or Center Pompidou in Barcelona, this famous museum was built by the architect Richard Meier.
You will discover a complex vision of contemporary culture in which current art becomes a key element to understand current social, economic and political dynamics, and free wifi!
Schedules: Monday to Friday (11 a.m. to 19:30 p.m.), Saturday (10 a.m. to 20 p.m.), Sunday and holidays (10 a.m. to 15 p.m.), Tuesday closed.
Consultancy: Here, photos are not prohibited, but actively animated!
Joan Miró Foundation
Neighborhood: Montjuïc | Montjuïc Park | Bus: 55 and 150 (Parc de Montjuïc) | Website
This foundation houses the best collection of the internationally renowned surrealist painter and sculptor Joan Mirò. His disregard for conventional painting methods is seen in his many paintings, sculptures, and other items.
Schedules: Tuesday to Saturday (10 a.m. to 20 p.m.), Sundays and holidays (10 a.m. to 18 p.m.), Monday closed.
Consultancy: People who hate walking or taking the bus can take a € 3-4 taxi to Montjuic from Plaça d'Espanya. Take it out of the Paral-lel metro station for the shortest route.
Also, you can stop in the middle of the hill and have a picnic overlooking Barcelona.
CCCB (Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona)
Quartier: Raval | Montalegre Street, 5 | Metro: University (L1 egg L2) | Internet site
Not so much art but an exhibition space for contemporary culture. There you will find the experimentation of languages and artistic codes, a meeting place for dialogue between the academy and the public.
Some exhibits have been rated from exciting to disturbing ... they used to have a wall of robot heads staring at you!
Schedules: Tuesday to Sunday (11 am-20pm), Monday closed except holidays.
Consultancy- The public study room houses an impressive collection of multilingual books and has free Wi-Fi, a great place where I spend time pretending to be intellectual while blogging about cheap Barcelona bars.
MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia)
Quartier: Santos | Palau Nacional | Metro: Spain (L1 egg L3) | Internet site
A journey through the last 1000 years of Catalan history through the plastic arts, recognized for their remarkable collection of paintings of Romanesque churches and their Catalan modernism. The roof offers an impressive panoramic view of Barcelona.
Schedules: Tuesday to Saturday (10 am-20pm), Sunday (10 am-15pm), closed on Mondays except holidays.
Consultancy: Be sure to bring the brochure in French to the entrance.
If you don't have time to see everything, your BCN Articket is valid for two visits to the MNAC!
Head to the MNAC later in the evening to witness the spectacular magic fountain show.
Antoni Tapies Foundation
Quartier: Eixample | Calle de Aragón, 255 | Metro: Paseo de Gracia (L2, L3, L4) | Internet site
It is the center of modern art created by the famous Catalan artist Antoni Tapies. Here you will find abstract works hanging in large and impressive spaces.
Works by Miró and Picasso can also be found here. Many tourists end up liking this one more than the Picasso Museum. Go and find out for yourself!
Schedules: Tuesday to Saturday (10 am to 19 pm), Friday (10 am to 21 pm), Sunday (10 am to 15 pm), closed on Mondays.
Consultancy: Watch the full short film about the life of Tapies, it made more than one cry!
Where to buy Articket?
You can buy it in about two minutes on the official website of the Barcelona Tourist Office.
Click the button below to get there:
For safety, comfort and speed, this is the best way to get your Barcelona Articket.
You only need'print the coupon and exchange it for your museum entry card (the super cool passport) at the entrance from one of the six museums.
All that's left to do after this? Enjoy the best art museums in Barcelona.
Other ways to get discounts at museums
- With the Barcelona Card
- Visiting Barcelona the first Sunday of the month.
Learn more in the comments.
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