Top 10 museums and sights of Barcelona
Barcelona has a great variety of wonderful museums. There are such classics as the Picasso Museum and the MNAC, but there are also those little jewels you won’t always notice. I will regularly update my own personal top 10 list – after all, exhibitions do change. My list will give you an overview of what’s currently going on in Barcelona’s museums.
Gaudí’s masterpiece and the number one sight in Barcelona.
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Pablo Picassos Museum in Barcelona shows his youth artworks and more!
Miró, Miró and more Miró - the famous son of Barcelona!
Also known as "La Pedrera" - the quarry. Another excellent Gaudí sight
Visit the museum and some backstage areas in the famous home of FC Barcelona!
The dragon and the mask-facade of Casa Batlló are famous!
One Museum with 1000 years of Spanish and Catalan art!
A green oasis in the middle of Barcelona - here you'll find the famous Gaudí dragon
Figurative contemporary art in an historical building. A real insider tip for art lovers!
This museum of contemporary abstract art is located in the Raval district
Exhibition and Event Tips for Barcelona
Want to find out which exhibitions, festivities, and public holiday celebrations will be happening while you’re in Barcelona? No problem...
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And here are some exhibition-highlights
until December 31st, 2017
Warhol. The mechanical art
The Caixa Forum Barcelona is showing an exhibition about the Pop-Art Andy Warhol until end of 2017. Over 300 works will show his career and explain his different techniques.
In cooperation with the Picasso Museum Malaga.
until January 7th, 2018
Game of Thrones Exhibition
At the Maritim Museum of Barcelona you'll find the touring exhibition of "Game of thrones" this winter!
Costumes, videos and other equipment can be seen here. A must see for all Fans of this series!
until January 21st, 2018
Ramon Pichot. From the "Els Quatre Gats" to "La Maison Rose"
The catalan artist started his carrier as a paintor of the Impressionism. Later he was part of the Modernisme.
The exhibition of the MNAC shows his beginnings at the "Els Quartre Gats" in Barcelona and hie works at the "La Maison Rose" in Paris.
until Januar 21st, 2018
The hell according to Rodin
At the Mapfre Foundation you'll find over 100 sculptures and 30 drawings of the great french artist Auguste Rodin! The Foundation claims that this exhibition has "a spectacular view of hell, frenzied and tempestuous, yet also sensual and evocative."
until January 28th, 2018
1917. Picasso in Barcelona
The Picasso Museum Barcelona presents the artworks of Picasso which he created from June to September of 1917 in Barcelona before leaving the city to go to Madrid.