Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona

Currently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
  • Address: Parc de Montjuïc, s/n, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-934439470
  • Ticket Price: 12 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Library, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
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About Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona

Joan Miro Foundation is a famous museum, which is dedicated to display the rich collections modern art. This beautiful museum was built to honour the memory of Joan Miro. It is located in the area of Montjuic Hill, and is famed for housing around 10,000 items belonging to Miro. It was one of his friends’ ideas to collect the highlights of Miro’s life and works. So the museum was constructed in 1975. 

For having such a brilliant art collection of Miro, this museum is considered to be a cultural heritage site in Barcelona. Aside from viewing the prestigious collections of Miro, you will also find a huge library inside this museum, which is home wide variety of books on art.

Joan Miro Foundation Information

  • Open hours are extended on Thursdays only.
  • VISA, MASTERCARD acceptable.
  • Parking facility is available.

Joan Miro Foundation Ticket Prices

  • Given ticket price is for permanent collection+ temporary exhibitions.
  • discounted price: 7 Euros
  • Multimedia guide: 5 Euros
  • Students aged 15 to 30 and seniors over 65, Children under 15 and the unemployed (proof required): free admission

How To reach Joan Miro Foundation by Public Transport

  • Buses: 55 and 150 bus (Montjuic Park)
  • Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona

Restaurants Near Joan Miro Foundation

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Things to Know Before Visiting Joan Miro Foundation

  • 4.45% of people who visit Barcelona include Joan Miro Foundation in their plan

  • 31.82% of people plan their visit to Joan Miro Foundation between 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Joan Miro Foundation

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

82.88% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Joan Miro Foundation

People normally club together Barcelona Zoo and Barcelona Aquarium while planning their visit to Joan Miro Foundation.

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Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona Reviews

  • It was not all fun and games for Miro as you see from the works in this museum. Well lit and spacious with a broad array of his work, some deeply moving and some infuriating- this is a must see for anyone interested in visual arts. These may not be familiar from Art History 101, but you will expand the way you see around you as well as the way you think of Miro. 'The collection includes paintings, fiber art, sculpture, a tree, and architecture. It's easy to get to by bus or funicular. Go! Go!

  • Incredible collection of work by Mirò spanning across all mediums and forms. Came the day before the new exhibition opened but still enjoyed my time fully. Try to come here on a nice weather day — the terrace is gorgeous!

  • A fairly small well done Miro Museum. If you're not a Miro fan, might not be worth your time if schedule is tight. If you like Miro, don't miss. 1/4 day is fine.

  • Very nice alternative to more famous artists such as Picasso or Gaudi for example. The museum is open everyday except Monday, Sundays rooftop is closed. There is a cafe and toilets if needed. Don't forget to visit the parce around. The museum is also a short hold from the palace and located within metres of green spaces, enough to escape the city for a day.

  • Wonderful museum fill of Miro art. This is over if the nicest museum in Barcelona. There is a good view of the city too.

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