Museu D'historia De Catalunya

4.4 Currently Closed
  • Address: Pl. de Pau Vila, 3 (Palau de Mar),08003 Barcelona, 08003, Spain
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-932254700
  • Fax: +1-932254758
  • Ticket Price: 5 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Historical Site, Social, Arts

Museo D’ Historia de Catalunya is one the most coveted museums of Catalunya. It is located in Barcelona and was opened in the year 1996. It is a lovely way to explore the history of the state of Catalunya. It was made with the purpose of enriching the history of the locals as well as making a place in the minds of tourists who visit. This museum has many displays and a supporting gallery for you to explore and learn a lot more facts about the state you are visiting. All in all, it is a very interesting attraction to visit.

Museu D'historia De Catalunya Travel Tips

  • To know about the reduced ticket price detail, visit the official website.

Entrance Ticket Details For Museu D'historia De Catalunya

Permanent exhibition:

  • General: 4.50€
  • Reduced: 3.50€
  • Special reduction: 2€

Temporary exhibition:

  • General: 4 euros
  • Reduced: 3 euros
  • Special reduction: 1.50 euros
  • For combined ticket price – check the official website

Free admission: Children under 8, students groups accompanied by a teacher, teachers, unemployed, last Tuesday of the month(October to June), tourist guides, members of International Council of Museums (ICOM) or the International Council of Monuments (ICOMOS).

Free entrance: On 12th February, 23rd April, 18th May, 11th September and on 24th September.

Museu D'historia De Catalunya Hours

  • Friday 12 february (Santa Eulàlia) - 10:00am to 07:00pm (Free entrance)
  • Saturday 24 september (La Mercè) - 10:00am to 19:00pm (Free entrance)
  • Ticket office – Closes 30 minutes before the closing hours.
  • Library: 10:00am - 03:00pm (Monday to Friday), 04:00pm – 06:00pm (Tuesday , Wednesday and Thursday) 
  • Monday – Closed (except that matches with public holiday)

How to Reach Museu D'historia De Catalunya

  • Neareby metro station:Barceloneta (Metro L4)
  • Nearby rail station: Estació de Franca
  • Bus no. - V17, H14, D20, V15, 14, 39, 45, 51, 59, 64 i 120

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  • Museu D'historia De Catalunya Address: Pl. de Pau Vila, 3 (Palau de Mar),08003 Barcelona, 08003, Spain
  • Museu D'historia De Catalunya Contact Number: +34-932254700
  • Museu D'historia De Catalunya Timing: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm
  • Museu D'historia De Catalunya Price: 5 EUR
  • Time required to visit Museu D'historia De Catalunya: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 1.33% of people who visit Barcelona include Museu D'historia De Catalunya in their plan

  • 42.86% of people start their Museu D'historia De Catalunya visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museu D'historia De Catalunya

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

66.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museu D'historia De Catalunya

People normally club together Forum Building and El Paballon De Barcelona while planning their visit to Museu D'historia De Catalunya.

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Museu D'Historia De Catalunya Reviews & Ratings

  • One of the best history museums we've seen in a while. It's totally worth the visit. I want to call it a hidden gem, but it's really not hidden - it's just a gem. Audio guide is offered for free through WiFi and the official website of the museum. I would highly recommend to visit if you at all interested in learning more about Catalonia. Additionally, bar at the top of the museum offers amazing views of the harbor.

  • The history of the region explained pretty well with most of the texts available in English as well as Spanish and Catalán. Easily could spend 2-3 hours there. There's also a nice terrace on top of the building with a restaurant, however if you don't want to buy anything there's still space for non-clients.

  • The museum could be worth 4 stars, but almost all explanations are in Catalonic or Spanish languages only, no English, so we weren't able to sort things out. A real shame on a "good and interesting" museum. There is some mobile app available, which you can use (at some spots) to get English presentations, but I would estimate that >80% is only Catalan/Spanish.

  • If I could I would give it 6 years. It was one of the best museums I have been to. There are ways you can interact with the expositions and music you can play from the period you are looking at. I didn't expect it at all. The price is 4.50 euros for an adult and 3.50 for a student if you have an ISIC card. It was amazing and I would visit it again.

  • A gem. And gives detailed history of the area, in leisurely layout. Perfect for rainy day or if rambla is too much

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