Tickets for Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya: Skip The Line

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  • Explore the world's best collection of Romanesque mural paintings and be amazed by Gaudí, Casas, Tiziano, Velázquez and more
  • Marvel at the museum's amazing modern art collection of sculptures, paintings, drawings and prints, photography, poster work, cinema, plus architecture and the decorative arts
  • Access the rooftop viewing area and opt for an audio guide and cava ticket for access to the temporary exhibitions and a glass of cool cava to enjoy with the panoramas


Carracci. The Herrera Chapel
Now on  - Jan 24, 2021

See Annibale Carracci's early 17th-century frescoes dedicated to the Franciscan saint, Didacus of Alcalà. The frescoes – now rendered on canvas – were once housed in the family chapel of noble Spanish banker, Juan Enríquez de Herrera, in the church of San Giacomo degli Spagnoli in Rome.

In the 1830s, the frescoes were transferred onto canvas and brought to Spain. However, the entirety of the collection was separated. This exhibit allows you to see the Herrera Chapel as it might once have been, thanks to a selection of drawings by Carracci and a loan of the altar table, another work by Carracci and his disciples, from the church of Santa María de Montserrat.

The colours of fire. Hamada – Artigas
Nov 20, 2020  - Mar 7, 2021

Find out more about the artistic relationship between Catalonia and Japan in this study of two major ceramic artists of the 20th century: Josep Llorens i Artigas (1892-1980) and Shōji Hamada (1894-1978).

While the exhibition will focus on the art of ceramics, it will be aided by photographs and documents of the period in order to showcase the links between Catalan art in Spain and the Mingei movement in Japan.


Inspire your inner artist with the world's finest collection of Romanesque mural paintings at the National Museum of Art of Catalunya in Barcelona. Skip the line and see works by the greats, including Gaudí, Casas, Tiziano, Velázquez and more, plus sculptures, modern art and photography.

Art is life at Barcelona's National Museum of Art of Catalunya (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya). From medieval Gothic Art from the 13th to 15th centuries, to Renaissance and Baroque art, to modern art, photography and more, browse and be wowed.

The collection of Romanesque Art is considered the world's best. See the biggest and oldest mural and panel paintings in Europe, plus metalwork and sculptures in wood and stone.

The museum also features an incredible modern gallery, divided into 5 sections: The Rise of the Modern Artist, Modernisme, Noucentisme, Art and Civil War, and the Avant-garde Revival of the Post-War Years.

Opt for an audio guide and cava ticket, and get access to the temporary exhibitions, access to the impressive rooftop viewing area and a glass of cool cava to enjoy with the panoramic views.


What's included

Access to the museum
Access to temporary exhibitions
Rooftop viewpoint access
Complimentary glass of cava (if selected)
Audio guide (if selected)

Amendment policy

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Skip the box office and get your smartphone ticket scanned at the small desk on the right of the entrance.


Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday Closed

How to get there

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
s/n,Parc de Montjuïc, 08038, Barcelona
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Ratings & reviews

based on 113 reviews
Jul 26, 2020
Very nice! Cappuccino with a wonderful view and a cool breeze was perfect
Feb 24, 2020
Very good. We had a wonderful time in the Museum. We also had access to the terrace which has amazing views of Barcelona, then outside we had a glass of Cava.
Feb 8, 2020

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