Sail past long lines outside of the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona with a convenient and cost-effective skip-the-line ticket. Before heading inside to admire the world’s most comprehensive collection of Miro’s work, marvel at the building’s grand architecture and receive an interesting introduction to the life and work of the prominent Catalan artist. See works created using a variety of mediums and allow your creative mind to roam free in this radical space that makes art accessible to all.
Skip-the-line ticket to the Fundacío Joan Miro (Joan Miro Foundation) in Barcelona
Avoid long lines at the entrance hall and begin exploring the museum immediately
Browse exhibits that comprise the most comprehensive collection of Miro’s work in the world
No need for skip the line tickets. There was no line. High season may be different, but we walked right in. Explanations in English, Spanish and Catalon. Great museum if you're a Miro fan. Take the cable car up or down or both.
We paid a skip the queue premium for nothing as there was no queue at all. At this period of the year I guess it is normal but still this option was available.. My mistake as I probably should have looked at it on Internet before. However it was a not needed premium to pay !
If you love Joan Miro and his art, you will love visiting this museum. The audio guide is a great way to tour museum at your own pace. We used taxis to provide us with transportation to and from the museum.
Great place for art if your into this artist. I found it strange. But I did enjoy the wonderful lunch in the cafe! This was one of the better meals we had during our 10 days in Spain! And the views from here are pretty cool!
Not for me. Seems like a poor attempt to copy modern artists. Don't worry about skip the line as there isn't many people ever queuing or wanting to get in. The view of the city from the outside of the building was the best bit and the Olympic pool down the road was more interesting
What a fabulous collection of MIro art. We had so much fun wandering this gallery. Lunch in the museum shop was a nice break. Plan to spend about one hour here plus lunch. Easy to reach on the hop on hop off bus