Complimentary museum days in Barcelona

Close-up of a strange window of Casa Batllò, a masterpiece by famous architect Antoni Gaudì.

Free entry to some of Barcelona’s best museums

Barcelona is the perfect destination for art and culture fanatics. The city is rich in history and has an abundance of museums to visit, many of which offer free entry on special dates and specific week days and hours.

 

Visiting a museum can be fairly expensive, which is why Barcelona is encouraging free cultural visits to give all citizens the chance to visit some of its best attractions such as the Picasso Museum, Parc Güell or MACBA.

 

Without a doubt there will be exhibitions, attractions and museums that you are willing to pay a small fee visit, but why not take advantage of the many free museum days Barcelona has to offer. 

 

Most museums will offer special discounts for children, students, pensioners, families etc. Remember to check each museum for specific details. If you don’t fall into any of the specified categories, you can invest in discount cards. 

 

If you have other tips, please let us know!

It shows the part of the ceiling over the main aisle of the Sagrada Familia church. It is a large Roman Catholic church in Barcelona, Spain, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, and started to be built on 1882.

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parc guell

Always free

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free entrance on Thursday afternoons

FREE ENTRANCE ON SATURDAY

Park labyrinth in Barcelona, Spain, Catalonia

free entrance on Sunday after 3pm

Free entrance on the first Sunday of every month

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SPECIAL DAYS WITH FREE ENTRANCE TO SOME OF THE MUSEA

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