Tips for Barcelona City Sightseeing,Guide to Barcelona Museums

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Aug 14, 2017
  3. Europe
  4. Travel Tips

This page is about the tips for Barcelona city sightseeing,which may guide to Barcelona museums.Everybody loves leisure and having fun.And Barcelona offers fun for everyone:kids and adults,thrill seekers,and people in search of peace and quiet.Follow our Barcelona city guide to visit 3 famous museums.

Guide to Barcelona Museums

Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture(CCCB)

The CCCB is the 8th most popular museum in Barcelona and has regular exhibitions of widely varying artworks including photos paintings sculptures and frescos from around the World and from different periods.

Opening hours:vary depending on time of year-check their web site for details.

Entrance fee:€6.00

Disabled Access:Yes

How to get to Centre of Contemporary Culture(CCCB)

Metro:Catalunya(Green Line,L3)and(Red Line,L1)and Universitat(Red Line,L1)and(Purple Line,L2)

Public bus


Ronda Sant Antoni/Plaça Goya:24,41,55,91,H16

Plaça Catalunya:41,42,55,59,62,66,67,68,V13,V15,Aerobús

Museum d'Història de Catalunya

Metro:Barceloneta(Yellow Line,L4)

If you're interested in learning more about the history of Catalunya this is one of the museums in Barcelona that will be of interest to you.It has many interesting exhibitions that deal with different periods of Catalunya's history.This museum has taken a proactive approach to displaying artefacts and has designed many exhibits that allow you to interact with the displays.

Opening hours:vary depending on time of year-check their web site for details.

Entrance fee:€4.50

Guide to Barcelona Museums

Save money with the Barcelona Card


Maritime Museum

Disabled Access:Yes

Public bus

Passeig Joan de Borbó:39,45,59,V15,D20

Museu Maritim is one of the more specialist museums and covers the period 1750 to 1850.It includes many forms of maritime artefacts from Barcelona and the surrounding districts.After visiting this museum you may want to take a quick stroll to see Mirador de Colom(the giant statue in honour of Christopher Columbus)and then on to Port Vell which is a picturesque walk across the marina.

Opening hours:


24 and 31 December:10:00-15:00

25 and 26 December and 01 and 06 January:Closed

Entrance fee:€5.00

Save money with the Barcelona Card


Disabled Access:Yes

Public bus

Les Drassanes:91,D20,H14

Avinguda Drassanes/Plaça Portal de la Pau:120