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 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.
Richard R. C
Museum pass system is chaotic in Barcelona. The pass isn't my first choice. Be sure which museums you want and find the route to save some money if possible. The Pass doesn't achieve that goal.
Unless you really want to see all the museums, this pass seemed expensive for the two museums that we wanted to see. There were no line-ups, and no price advantage to having it.
It was a good tour but there were very few seats where we could sit down and appreciate the art.
Unless your trip Barcelona is to go to the museums, you won't need this that much. I used only in La Padrera. I didn't have the time to go to the other museums.But this can be very helpul in avoiding the long queus of enterance tickets.
The museums were all over Barcelona and I was walking so I didn't make it to all of them. I ran out of time. I actually found out that the Picasso Museum is free the first Sunday of every month and I was there during that time.
The pass enabled me to access the museum ahead of an already long queue. When buying the pass the scant information did not alert customers to the fact that the museums in Barcelona are only open until 14h00 on a Sunday
Very disappointed that after queueing at the information desk at the airport as per your website we could not collect pass there.
Told we could get as Museum, but again told we could not get when we went to Picasso Museum. It was too late to go to another information desk so we had to pay our own entrance fee to Picasso Museum.
The card was useful at Le Pedrera, as we avoided the queue
All the directions on the Viator Museum Pass had everyone in town thoroughly confused.
First place to pick up the pass was the airport, she said we now need to pick it up from one of the actual museums. Went to a museum (Joan Miro Museum), they said you had to pick it up from Tourist Info Centre (which was nowhere near where we were). Museum manager was kind enough to talk through the confusion he had already with this pass, he said the only place now to collect it from was the Tourist Info Centre. He was kind enough to let us into the museum, after all the confusion. We were so grateful to him!
Same thing happened at another museum, but I wouldn't rely on this goodwill. Viator need to communicate properly the ACTUAL locations that will give you this pass, as it is meant to save you time not take it away from your holiday!