Enjoy complimentary skip-the-line entry to six of Barcelona’s best museums for one budget-friendly price with the Barcelona Museum Pass. Save money and time as you bypass the frequently long lines for popular Barcelona museums such as the Picasso Museum, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, and four others. Valid for 10 days after first use, your pass gives you ample time to visit both temporary and permanent at your own pace, and features useful information and insider tips on how to get the most from your time in this beautiful, culture-mad city.
Barcelona Museum Pass
Entry tickets to six of Barcelona's most popular museums
Includes entry to Museu Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró
Skip the long ticket office queues
The pass is valid for twelve consecutive months after redemption
The passport-like pass makes for a great souvenir
The pass covers entry to both permanent and temporary exhibitions
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
The pass allows you to skip the lines at all six museums, which is a valuable asset, particularly at the Picasso Museum where the lines are often very long.
When you’re in Barcelona, simply redeem your voucher for your Barcelona Museum Pass at Barcelona International Airport or one of several locations in the city center. Each pass consists of a ticket booklet that contains complimentary, skip-the-line entrance tickets to six of Barcelona’s premier museums. The booklet also includes instructions on how and when to use the tickets, the museums' opening hours, transport and contact details, and a wealth of useful insider tips to help you get the most out of your time in Barcelona. Your pass tickets are valid for 10 days after the date of your first use of the pass, and a full, unused ticket booklet is valid for a full 12 months consecutive months after redemption. Your Barcelona Museum Pass includes skip-the-line entrance tickets to the permanent and temporary exhibitions in the following six museums: • National Art Museum of Catalonia (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya) • Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso) • Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona) • The Fundation Joan Miro (Fundació Joan Miró) • Fundacio Antoni Tapies (Fundació Antoni Tàpies) • Barcelona Contemporary Culture Centre (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona)
Great if you are really into Modern Art. Picasso museum was very good, Antonio Tapes is a limited exhibition of his own peculiar work plus a varying visiting exhibition. The photo-journalism exhibit when we were there could have been much more interesting if it had been displayed with any form of logic. CCCB is always a current exhibition, depend if you are into what is on at the time. Museu Nacional D'Art De Catalunya has some very good galleries, pick the period that you are most interested in. Staff at Joan Miro were on strike, so closed!