Tickets for Montserrat Experience: Skip The Line
Escape the bustle of Barcelona to a Catalan cultural center in the mountains
- See the strange rock formations of the 'Serrated Mountain', and learn the hows and whys of the area with the Montserrat audiovisual show
- Witness the famous Black-Faced Madonna / Virgin of Montserrat, plus important art from the 13th through 20th centuries
- Explore the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey, and learn about the history and mysteries of the region with the film Montserrat Behind Closed Doors
The jagged peaks of Montserrat are a spiritual shrine and Catalan cultural center. A visit here offers a relaxing respite from the bustle of Barcelona. Soak up sea views, visit a towering Benedictine monastery, and learn about the history of Montserrat in a thrilling new AV show. This is an all-in-one Spanish spectacular.
The stunning Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey was founded in the 10th century, and is still home to more than a hundred Bendictine monks. As you wander the tranquil property you'll see some spectacular art, and perhaps a few brothers at work or rest. You'll also learn the history and mysteries of the area via the audiovisual masterpiece Montserrat Behind Closed Doors.
No visit here is complete without seeing the 12th-century Virgin of Montserrat (Black-Faced Madonna). This 12th-century wood sculpture is one of the patron saints of Catalonia. For more art, the nearby Montserrat Museum has ancient archaeological artifacts and masterpieces by the likes of El Greco, Caravaggio, Picasso and Dali.
After a day of serenity, you can expect to float back down to sea level (but we recommend taking the train).
- Entrance to the Open-air Museum
- Entrance to the Museum of Montserrat
- Entrance to the Audiovisual Space
- Audio guide and booklet
- Food and drinks
Show your ticket at the museums. Keep the ticket with you during your visit.
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
Montserrat is a one-hour drive from Barcelona. You can go by car to the top, but the parking there has an extra fee and is often full. We therefore advise you to use the free parking at the rack railway and to take the rack railway to the top.