Admission to many of Barcelona’s museums is free from 3pm.
There’s no excuse for being bored on Sunday afternoons in Barcelona: you can visit a different museum every week for free thanks to a campaign that is offering you a Plan B. Admission to most of the museums in Barcelona run by the city council is free after 3pm, offering a fantastic opportunity to explore the city’s heritage in fields as diverse as history, science and music, as well as majestic monumental buildings such as the Monastery of Pederalbes and the Castle of Montjuïc.
Among the participating museums are the CCCB, the Museum of World Cultures, the Barcelona Design Museum and the MUHBA, which has spaces in Plaça del Rei, the Via Sepulcral Romana and the Call quarter.
Also free to visit are the Barcelona Ethnological Museum, the Frederic Marès Mueum, the Barcelona Maritime Museum, the Music Museum, the Picasso Museum and the Natural History Museum (including both the Museu Blau and the Jardí Botànic). Check out each museum’s website for more detailed information about opening times.
Free museums on Sunday afternoons
When: Every Sunday from 3pm
Where: Municipal museums of Barcelona
More information here
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