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Museu de Cera

Museu de Cera

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.

The Museu de Cera provides an opportunity to meet over 300 personalities, both real and fictitious, from all periods of history. Against a backdrop of authentic sets, audiovisuals and realistic sound effects, the waxworks come to life to tell us about their illustrious, and sometimes tragic lives which have crossed the threshold of time.

The Museum de Cera also has two unusual cafés. El Bosc de les Fades is a unique, magical space which recreates a haunted forest, right down to the last detail: trees, fountains, will o' the wisps and other fantastic creatures.

The Passatge del Temps will captivate you with its cutting-edge design and comfortable atmosphere, while offering an innovative take on the ancient art of origami.


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General details


Address: Passatge de la Banca, 7 (La Rambla) (08002). Barcelona
Phone: 933 172 649
Web site: www.museocerabcn.com
Opening time: Monday to Friday, from 10am to 13.30pm and 4pm to 7.30pm. Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, from 11am to 2pm and 4.30pm to 8.30pm. | Summer: daily, from 10am to 10pm.


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Accessibility details


The Museu de Cera is accessible for wheelchair users in a 90% of the whole museum.
An audioguide is available in Catalan, Spanish, English and Italian. Not included in the entrance ticket. Guided visits are also available upon request.
Reduced entrance fare for disabled visitors.
Any further information please contact: tel 93 317 26 49, info@museocerabcn.com
Visual impairment
The Museu de Cera organises guided tours for groups of blind and visually impaired visitors. Pre-booking is essential.

The only tactile exhibit at the museum is a bust made of wax. It is available to visually impaired visitors who have come to the museum individually or as part of a group. The other waxworks contain make-up which can deteriorate if touched so they are not available as tactile exhibits. The audioguides do not have audiodescriptions for visually impaired visitors.
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Motor impairment
The museum is fully wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the Chamber of Horrors (Sala del Terror), due to the fact that it is located underground, has narrow corridors and an uneven floor surface.

There are wide lifts to the different floors (carrying up to 13 people).

The wheelchair-accessible adapted toilets are in the café “El Bosc de les Fades”, which is adjacent to the museum.

Last update: 10/12/2019

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Phone: (34) 932 853 832, Monday to Friday from 8 am to 8 pm

Fax: (34) 932 853 831

E-mail: infoaccess@barcelonaturisme.com

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