Applied Art Museums
Montjuïc Cemetery houses one of the world’s finest collections of funeral carriages and hearses.
The city’s wax museum is located in a 19th-century landmark palazzo which stands just off the famous Rambla, and brings to life some of the most prominent figures from the history of mankind.
Housed in a Renaissance building that formerly belonged to the Guild of Master Shoemakers, the Museu del Calçat showcases an unusual collection of shoes and tools used in the trade.
The Museu del Disseny de Barcelona is situated in the Plaça de les Glòries, next to two of the city’s foremost cultural facilities: L’Auditori and the Teatre Nacional. It brings together, the collections of several museums to showcase its vast heritage.
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