The Museu d’Història de Barcelona's various venues show you the history and historical legacy of the city, from its origins up to the present day. You can now go on a big journey through time, completely free.
Discounts and Free Access
To get your discount, you need to go to the ticket office first and identify yourself with your fingerprint.
Park Güell is a public park with gardens and architectural features conceived by the industrialist Eusebi Güell and the architect Antoni Gaudí, a park that shows Gaudí at the height of his powers and which is one of his major works in the city.
Founded in 1237, this monastery bears cultural and historical testimony to the Poor Clare Sisters community. An architectural site that invites contemplation and which reveals all its secrets in a marvellously full visit.
Montjuïc Castle is an old military fortress with a long history linked to the city. You can visit the Castle Interpretation Centre, where Montjuïc's history is explained.
Take a tour of the world's most fascinating cultures. The museum brings you the artistic and cultural diversity of the various peoples of Africa, Asia, America and Oceania. Discover its permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.
This is an anthropological museum whose exhibits raise questions about our social environment. It is a participatory space, where a pluralistic and changing society can reflect on itself.
This is now a historical site, a nerve centre of our collective memory and a 21st-century cultural facility unique in Europe. A space that pays tribute to the memory of the 1714 siege of the city, while you enjoy all kinds cultural activities.
A museum for collectors which houses an important collection of Hispanic sculpture, from the ancient world to the 19th Century. It also features the 'Gabinet del col·leccionista', a large collection of objects which bear witness to everyday life in the 19th Century.
At Barcelona's l’Auditori, the Museu de la Música houses a collection of 500 instruments and musical documents. A visit here takes you on an audiovisual voyage through history and different cultures of the world.
At Barcelona's Museu del Disseny, you will find both historic and contemporary exhibitions of decorative art, ceramics, graphic arts, textiles, product design, graphics and fashion.
Located in the Parc del Fòrum, the MCNB is a modern installation where, among other things, it's well worth checking out the emblematic whale and the permanent exhibition “Planeta Vida” (Planet Life), which explains the evolution of Earth and life from its origins to the present day.
The Parc de Montjuïc is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna from regions around the world which share the Mediterranean climate: The Mediterranean Basin, California, South Africa, the North of Africa, Chile and Australia. There are also magnificent views of Barcelona.
The Montjuïc cable car will take you up to Montjuïc castle, one of the most important green lungs for the city. From here you can enjoy spectacular views of the city. Discount available at the Montjuïc park station, on return tickets for both adults and children.
Barcelona's funfair has more than 30 rides and attractions for all ages, amazing performances and animationsThere are also a wide variety of facilities, such as restaurants, with the best view of the city thrown in to make your visit a special day out.
Meet over 300 species that live here and see the dolphin and sea lions in action. Enjoy a century old garden, with naturally landscaped facilities which recreate the animals' natural habitats. You will also find a wide range of dining options and everything necessary to enjoy an unforgettable family day out. Barcelona Zoo is also one of the main international organisations working to protect biodiversity and with your visit you are also helping.
The Zoo Club offers families and all animal and nature lovers a unique option for culture and recreation in the heart of Barcelona.