Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Barcelona Museum Pass. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Definitely worth buying it. Museums in Barcelona are pretty expensive, you will save a lot with the pass.
All the museums on the pass were the most popular and with long lines it was great to just show the pass and walk in. it really came in handy.
Great value as long as you use the pass for at least 3 museums. We would up using it at 4. Being able to skip the lines was a great added bonus.
The museum pass is cheaper to buy when you're in Barcelona, where it costs $30 euros. It's a great product but buying it from this site costs more
Well worth the price if you plan to see many of the museums on the list. We saw 6 of the 7 and they were terrific. The pass also helped on a day when one museum was free but the line was terribly long to enter - we walked right in.
The pass was a great idea to avoid long lines and save close to 50% on fees. Worth using if in Barcelona for 10 days or more. Would recommend to anyone.
Used the pass for four museums, saved money and bypassed lines at the Picasso museum and the Fundacio Miro
Love it! You can hear the comments about the long lines as you walk along and meet the entrance with your ticket. You feel so important...ja...You will take another route were the ticket will be signed and... in you go! No...No...No line. Be aware that the audio guide equipment is not included so add another 3 to 4 euros for them.
Excellent! Having the museum pass helped us move through more museum lines faster and more efficiently. It was a great experience and I will use Viator every chance I get.
Great value for money! Don't miss Museum of Sciences, Miro, National and MACBA.
A good bargain and convenient for avoiding lines at the museums. Users should note that the instructions to take the voucher to the tourist information office to exchange for the ticket are simply wrong. Trade in your voucher at the first museum you visit. This is a good thing, as long as you don't waste your time going to the tourist office first.