Maritime Museum BarcelonaMy rating: 4 stars+ Interesting for lovers of seafaring. The cost-benefit ratio is excellent, and you're immediately surprised by the gallery in the great hall! There are changing exhibitions as well.
- Part of the collection was closed during my visit due to renovation work.
Note: A visit to the sailing ship “Santa Eulalia” at the harbor is included in the price of admission!
Last updated: 27 Feb 2020 | Celine Mülich
Price of admission: 10 Euro (including the Santa Eulalia boat) reduced price 5 Euro (children in the age of 7 to 16, students with ID under the age of 25, senior citizens over the age of 65) free admission for children under the age of 7, every Sunday after 3:00 p.m.
Maritime trade has always been important for Barcelona, especially during medieval times, when Catalan rule reached all the way to Greece. Here you can take a closer look at the long tradition of Barcelonian seafaring. The large hall is especially impressive – it houses a replica of the galley known as the “Real”, which last sailed in 1571. It will take your breath away! This historic galley was involved in one of the most important battles on the Mediterranean Sea – as the flagship. Afterwards, you can take a rest in the idyllic courtyard, and later continue onwards to the port and go see the Santa Eulalia. This sail ship from 1918 is anchored here.
Current exhinitions: Drassanes and its galleys until December 31st, 2022
Photogallery of the Museum Maritim
On Top: Visit Santa Eulalia at the port (included to the admission fee of Museum Maritim)
The details at a glance
Opening hours: April - October: Tuesday - Friday + Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m., Saturday, 2:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. November - March: Tuesday - Friday + Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Saturday, 2:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Go on a trip with the boat (Saturdays in the morning): 0034-933429929
Price of admission: With a ticket of Museum maritim: admission free Without a ticket: 3 Euro