If you want to visit some of the city's most important municipal museums, many of them are opening up for free to celebrate the feast of Santa Eulàlia.
The festivities of Santa Eulàlia are coming to and end and culminating in two popular events, Lali Jove - a celebration for children - and the Llum BCN program, which this year is taking place in the Poble Nou neighbourhood. But in addition to all of this, the end of the city's alternative local festival offers something that has always proved popular with the people of Barcelona: open days at local museums. During these days, and especially throughout the weekend, many museums in the city will have whole days or specific times at which they can be visited for free. Here you'll find a complete list with detailed information on the days and times when access is free.
For example, you'll be able to visit the Arús Public Library on Sunday 18 February from 11am to 2pm, and can take advantage of your visit to see its Sherlock Holmes exhibition and theatre. On the same day, Montjuïc Castle will be opening its doors to free visits to its exhibition Nazis and Fascists, the Symbolic Occupation of Barcelona (1939-1945). CCCB is also opening its doors on Sunday 18 February, along with the Fundació Foto Colectània, the Joan Miró Foundation, the Botanic Gardens (with its collection of bonsai), the Monastery of Pedralbes and the Museum of the History of Barcelona.
You'll find additional information at the following link.
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