Reopening of the Museu d'Història de Barcelona - MUHBA
Exhibitions and activities, Streaming activities
06/02/2020 - 2020
The Museu d'Història de Barcelona (MUHBA) reopened on 2nd June with all the current health and safety measures in place.
This is a new museum concept with sites at different places around the city designed to give visitors an insight into the history of Barcelona and its inhabitants, tracing how they have evolved over the centuries, from the Roman colony of Barcino to medieval and modern times. You can visit the Monumental Ensemble in the Plaça del Rei with its underground Roman archaeological site covering an area of 4,000 m²; discover the El Call Interpretation Centre to find out how Barcelona's Jewish community lived and learn about the city's ancient Jewish quarter; gain an understanding of how the local residents lived during the air raids in the Spanish Civil War at the air-raid shelter, Refugi 306; and discover many other sites, such as the Roman remains under the Santa Caterina Market and the home of Catalan poet Jacint Verdaguer.
You can also access digital content about the history of Barcelona on the museum website and take a number of virtual tours.