Museu Nacional D'art De CatalunyaCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Palau Nacional, Parc de Montjuic , 08038 Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-936220360
- Ticket Price: 12 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, View Point, Family And Kids
Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya - Review
The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya or the MNAC is a museum of all manner of art from the region collected and preserved meticulously. The building itself is beautiful but inside it holds treasures that are incomparable to any other. The museum displays sculptures, paintings, engravings, drawings, other arts and even coins within its walls. Dedicated to the preservation of every Catalunian art form the museum displays colourful and exquisite works of art that are a matter of pride to Barcelona.
World renowned Spanish painters such as Velasquez and el Greco have been displayed in this place. Art lovers will find a huge variety to learn from and great food for thought as well. The museum is worth visiting just for the sake of the amount of colour and varied artwork that you will be able to see.
Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya Information
- Remember that your ticket is valid for two days, so you can visit again.
- If you wish to sketch in the museum it is better to inform the authorities at the entrance.
Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya Ticket Prices
- Children under 16 years and adults over 65 years: Free
- Free entrance on Saturdays from 3:00 pm, 1st Sunday of each month, May 18th and International Museum Day.
- Audio-guide 3.50 € and students, over 65 years: 1 €
- Students, groups and families have discounted entry.
Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya Hours
- Closed on Mondays unless it is a public holiday.
How To reach Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya by Public Transport
- Underground: L1 and L3 (Pl. Espanya)
- Buses: 150 (Pl. Espanya-Av. de l'Estadi/PiscinesPicornell)
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya
37.46% of people who visit Barcelona include Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
51.34% of people start their Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya
94.43% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya
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Museu Nacional D'art De Catalunya, Barcelona Reviews
Majestic building at the top of the ‘Magic Fountain’ (popular landmark). All the surroundings and the building itself were finished for the 1929 World Exhibition of Barcelona and you can tell it’s splendorous. The building is beautiful, with many fancy rooms and harmonic spaces. The views at the rooftop are something else. Regarding the permanent exhibition, it is very well curated with a proper art collection if you are into modern art (paintings, sculptures, furniture as well -even Gaudi-). A must do in Barcelona. Check the schedule because on some Sundays the entrance is for free!
Very nice place. A lot of art! Always open and the entrance is free. You can spend a lot time inside. The most impressive is of course paintings of Picasso. Take your family and enjoy the art) Highly recommend to visit this place if you are in Barcelona:)
I loved this museum and could spend hours in there! It has a surprisingly large collection of art and artifacts so it's definitely a whole day affair if you're interested in museums. The lighting is perfect, the rooms spacious with just enough seating arrangements. Very impressed and had a great time :)
The art collections are beautiful and vitally historic. The experience is smooth and the staff is wonderful. As an architecture lover, the plaza and the museum building absolutely blew me away. It's like going to a Roman forum in its prime, and on a grand scale. There's no part of the whole thing which isn't amazing.
Great museum in general. I went in expecting to pay ~10 euros but it turned out to be free, even the spectacular Dalí exhibit that was going on. I got to see some of my favorite painter's work for free! The modern art exhibitions were well made and I enjoyed learning the history of Catalonia during the civil war. The building itself is beautiful and has a great view of Barcelona. I definitely recommend going.