One of the areas in the Pavilion with different coloured marbles and steel columns.

Visit to the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion

Trail - Mies van der Rohe Foundation
Get a free double ticket to visit the Pavilion!

At the foot of Montjuïc mountain, the German Pavilion of Barcelona was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich as Germany’s national pavilion for the 1929 International Fair in Barcelona. Built in glass, steel and different types of marble, it is a symbolic work of the Modernism movement.

When the International Fair ended, the Pavilion was pulled down, but over time it became a benchmark in twentieth-century architecture. The significance and recognition of the Pavilion led to plans for its possible reconstruction, an initiative fostered by Oriol Bohigas in Barcelona City Council. The new building was opened in 1986 in its original location.

Today, the Pavilion hosts a great variety of activities throughout the year organised by the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, which, besides the building’s conservation, promotes awareness and knowledge in the field of architecture and contemporary urban planning and organises activities such as film seasons, exhibitions and debates.

Fancy getting a free double ticket to visit the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion on the day of your choosing?

As you are a Barcelona Culture user, you can get a free double ticket to visit the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion on the day of your choosing (tickets will be valid until June 2018).

What do you have to do to get it?

You simply have to answer the question at the end of the form correctly.

If you're lucky, we'll let you know by e-mail on the morning of 26 October. This e-mail will include the details you gave (NAME, SURNAME AND E-MAIL) for you to show at the Pavilion ticket office and pick up your tickets.

If you'd like more information, just click here.

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