See the impressive stones of the Valleys of Àneu thanks to imprints made by Oriol Vilapuig, who has spent years exploring the ancient stone paths of the Pyrenees. Enjoy the sights of lesser-seen reliefs, pavements, and symbols that have remained hidden in the high mountains between Spain and France.
Discover the work of Barcelona native, Isidre Nonell (1872-1911) in an exhibit that narrates the artist's life. You'll glimpse Nonell's societal and artistic influences, which include legends like Goya and Picasso.
The exhibit will also analyze Nonell's 'fried paintings' (fregit), an original technique developed by the painter himself. Also, see canvases that were reused – proof of Nonell's restless desire to create and recreate.
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.
Skip the box office and get your smartphone ticket scanned at the small desk on the right of the entrance.