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.
I found it worth buying the pass - there is plenty to see and do around Barcelona and this pass provided entry into some excellent museums. Combining with the hop-on hop-off bus (2 day pass) enables full use of the museum pass as the bus goes past or near most of the museums covered by the pass and you need at least 2 days to see the museums covered by the pass. Picking up the pass on arrival at Barcelona airport was straightforward and easier than having to go into town to exchange the printed voucher for the pass, when I was initially heading out of town. Of course, if you are only likely to visit a couple of them, then paying the admission direct might be simpler, especially with the discounts from the tourist bus pass.
Worth it to skip the lines to purchase tickets at each museum. If you love art, then this is worth it. We only went to 3 out of the 6 museums.
It is sweat that we didn't need to wait in the long line to get the ticket Picasso Museum. MNBA Museum is great!
Good to have the pass however owing to time restrictions didn't get to see them all. Loved what we did.
The museum pass is good and allows you to bypass long lines. However, only the Joan miro foundation,
the Picasso and the museum of art of catalunya are worth seeing. The Tapies foundation had so little
work of Tapies, very disappointing. The other museums were marginal.
Definitely a good idea to get this pass if you are doing an art excursion in Barcelona. The $40 U.S. I paid covered 5 museums. It was supposed to cover 6, but when I got there one was closed for renovations. Still a good deal. Not so much for the few dollars saved but mostly because I was able to bypass the lines at a couple of them--Picasso and Miro museus especially. What would be an even greater benefit would be for Viator to get La Sagrada Familia onboard with them. I neglected to get tickets for that venue before leaving the U.S. and had some difficulty securing them beforehand when I got to Barcelona. Thank God I was able to, because the lines were positively ridiculous and I wouldn't have bothered with the place had I have had to stand in line.
MNAC was wonderful - great space and light. Easy walk to Joan Miro which was interesting. Picasso was great and the pass really paid off to avoid the line. Tapies we could have skipped - liked the outside more than the inside, but note that it is across the street from Casa Batllo
The Museum Pass worked out fine. It saved us time by not having to wait in line.
The Museum Pass gave us quick access to several wonderful museums!
We enjoyed not having to wait in line and the experience made our museum visits easy. Everybody we met was helpful and professional.
Went to 3 museums on our trip using the pass. Worth every penny because we never, never had to stand in line and at one of the museums the line was about a mile long! Bravo for this pass.
Great for skipping the lines. We didn't take full advantage of the pass but for what we did see it was well worth it!
Good price for 6 museums and you don't have to wait in line for Picasso!!!
Very glad I bought this before hand as the ques for most of the galleries are ridiculous even from early on in the day.This pass cuts out all the waiting around. Only negative - u need to print the ticket out if your collecting from the airport as they don't accept it on ur phone like it states
It's a really good pass if you want to see the six main art museums because it saves you about 5/6 Euros on each one. It has misleading title because it is really the art pass but this does get you into the Joan Miro foundation, the Picasso Museum (which is well worth a visit) and MNAC which is incredible both for the art and the building.
The Barcelona Museum card was worth it. However you can only pick it up within the city and not at the airport as indicated on the email notification I received. It allowed us to skip the lines, but you do have to tell one of the museum staff members who manages the line at the various museums.
A lot of museums to try to visit in one day. But worth the price if only to skip the line on the busiest of days, e.g. on the weekend.
Definitely worth purchasing in advance. At every museum I visited, didn't have to do lines at all. (Audio guides are not included though) Totally worth it.