Museu De La MusicaCurrently Closed
- Address: L'Auditori., Carrer de Lepant, 150, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-932563650
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Specialty Museums
Museum de la Musica is one of the best museums in the city of Barcelona. As the name suggests, the museum is dedicated to music from across the World. You will find everything related to music here. Right from the instruments of the olden times, to the newer versions or recent additions. There is also a chance for you to discover the evolving techniques of the olden times to the recent 21st century. You should definitely visit this museum, if you are curious about music in general.
- To know about the details of free admission, check the official website.
- Reduced (visitors between 16 and 29 years, over 65’s Youth Card holder, unemployed, families with 3 or more children, and groups of 10 to 25 people): 3.5 €
- Free admission for students under 16, teachers and students from ESMUC, student groups accompanied by teachers, accredited teachers, tour guides, members of the Internacional Council of Museums (ICOM).
- Closed on Monday (except holidays April 6, June 1 and December 28).
- By Metro: Marina, Glories (L1), Monumental (L2)
- By Bus: 6, 7, 54, 62, 92, V21 i H12
- By Train: Clot and Arc de Triomf
- Tram T4: Auditori-Teatre Nacional
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Great place! As a musician myself I really appreciated the fact that this kind of collection exists, and the fact that I have had a chance to see it myself is fascinating! I believe that any person would find something interesting for themselves here, so definitely would recommend visiting. There is even a room where you can play some of the instruments you are able to see in the exhibition! Nice staff, nice place and a nice atmosphere. Couldn’t be better.
Very big collection of instruments from all over the world. Nice thing, it has a room where you can play some instruments, such as guitars and a cello.
Not a huge collection, as collections go, but very adequate to spend a pleasant hour or so looking at everything - mostly instruments, but some music-related art and some older music recording and playback equipment. The instrument names are only in Spanish (or perhaps Catalan?), so if you know the English names it's interesting to see what the Spanish equivalent is.
A lot of instruments. Good atmosphere.
There is one of the biggest collection of different musician instruments. The music is traditional. It's more intetesting for really musicians not for odinary people. We were bored here