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On 12th June, the Museu Picasso will be reopening to offer its visitors a quality experience while adhering to the safety and hygiene measures required by the health authorities.
You can visit the museum's permanent collection on a signposted route designed for visitors to enjoy the artist's iconic works. The museum has prepared a space to welcome visitors "We look after the museum and we look after you " where you'll be able to see the recommended route, check the safety regulations in place and take photos so you can share the experience of returning to the museum. The museum has also launched a campaign to rediscover Picasso tying in with the 50th anniversary of Picasso's donation to the city of works from his youth in 1970. Mid-July sees the opening of the exhibition "Jamais. Oscar Domínguez. Pablo Picasso".
The new, extended opening times are Tuesday to Sunday from 11am until 9pm. We recommend booking in advance online.
The Sant Pau art nouveau site reopens on 26th June. The specifications of the complex fully comply with the current safety measures.
The former Santa Creu i Sant Pau hospital is one of the world's biggest art nouveau sites and was designed by Domènech i Montaner as a small garden city made up of separate pavilions and set among areas where patients could recuperate and green spaces. During your visit, you'll be able to explore 1 km of underground galleries, four historic buildings now open to the public, exhibition spaces and more than 18,000 m2 of gardens.
Timed tickets will be on sale and feature discounts and free deals for health workers and the unwaged. The new opening times are Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sunday and public holidays from 10am to 2.30pm. The audioguide service has been temporarily discontinued but you can download the content as a mobile app.
There will be an admission charge on the first Sunday of the month (as part of the 'Solidarity Sundays' initiative) – except for the over 65s and under 12s – to raise funds for projects associated with COVID-19.
Now's the time to enjoy one of Barcelona's most magical spaces!
Exhibitions will reopen at Barcelona's design museum, the Museu del Disseny, all the necessary health and safety measures in place and safety measures in place and new provisional opening times
This summer, the museum invites you to visit three of its permanent exhibitions: "From World to Museum. Product Design, Cultural Heritage", which features the best objects designed and created in Spain from the early 20th century to the present day "Extraordinary! Collections of Decorative and Author-Centred Arts", which showcases the collections spanning the 3rd to the 20th centuries; and "Do You Design or Work? New Visual Communication" which brings you a selection of the finest graphic and visual design created between 1980 and 2003.
The museum is housed inside the DHUB building, nicknamed the Stapler, and has around 70,000 objects on display, including crockery, ceramics, textiles, chairs, letterboxes and advertising posters, which trace the development of the decorative arts in contemporary design and author-centred art.
The Palau de la Música Catalana opens its doors to the public on 1st July and is looking forward to welcoming back the public with extraordinary safety measures in place adapted to the current situation.
This summer, visit and rediscover the Palau on a selection of tours: a self-guided tour featuring a mobile app; a guided tour with commentary for small groups with all the safety measures in place; tour including a live concert; morning tours for families; with a drawing pad led by a professional illustrator; or adapted tours for people with special needs.
And, if you go on one of the tours, you'll receive 10€ off the cost of tickets for the summer evening concert season!
Visit the Palau and enjoy one of Barcelona’s most unique heritage landmarks in a different way !
Antoni Gaudí's first major masterpiece reopens its doors. Now, a path lined with carnations welcomes you to this oasis in the Gràcia district. This UNESCO World Heritage site takes you on a visit you can enjoy with a new, free audioguide in 13 languages and two types of visit: the self-guided 'Summer Vicens' tour that includes an exclusive drink and light bite from Hofmann, the company that runs the house's café.
The Casa Vicens was one of the earliest art-nouveau buildings in Europe and has adapted to all the prevention and hygiene measures without losing its feel of a summer home and oasis that the young Gaudí imbued it with when he designed it at the young age of 30.
Tickets are timed and can be purchased online or by phone. The building is open at the usual times, Monday to Sunday, from 10am to 8pm.
Now, more than ever, is the time to return to the origins of Gaudí and enjoy one of his earliest works at your leisure.
La Pedrera, or Casa Milà, reopens its doors on 15th July with new additions to visits to Antoni Gaudí's masterpiece with its temporary exhibition on the photographer and film director William Klein with more than 200 works and documents from the North American artist.
In addition, there will be two musical performances held in association with Barcelona's Grec Festival.
The building reopens with all the necessary safety measures in place to ensure visitors can enjoy the experience with complete peace of mind.
Visits include new additions so you can rediscover the building from a different point of view. For instance, and taking advantage of the fact that visitor numbers are limited, areas that are usually closed to the public will be open. In the late afternoon, visitors will be able to enjoy the "warrior rooftop" while they enjoy a glass of cava and the finest views of Barcelona. There is also a mosaic workshop designed for families and, afterwards, the kids can take their mosaic home with them.
Enjoy and rediscover Gaudí's iconic building with complete peace of mind.
The modernista castle Gaudí built at the foot of Tibidabo, between 1900 and 1909, was one of the first landmarks to reopen to the public on 9th June. All the established safety measures are in place, including temperature checks, sanitiser gel dispensers, the mandatory wearing of masks and restricted visitor numbers.
Bearing in mind that audioguides are not permitted, and the new safety measures, we have devised a new type of visit so you can enjoy the landmark at your leisure, in complete safety. The building is open at the usual times, Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 3pm. We recommend you book in advance online.
Discover this unique Barcelona landmark, its history, its gardens and enjoy magnificent city views. It was here that the medieval monarch, Martí the Humane, the last king of the House of Barcelona, established his residence at the foot of Tibidabo in 1409. Five hundred years later, Antoni Gaudí took inspiration from the castle to design the Torre Bellesguard, with its Gothic and modernista elements.
The Museu Egipci de Barcelona reopens its doors on 1st July and celebrates the occasion showcasing new pieces in its permanent exhibition and resuming some of its cultural activities, after having implemented the necessary conditions for a safe visit.
The museum showcases one of the most important private collections of Egyptian art and culture. It also has two temporary exhibitions: "Tutankhamun. Story of a Discovery" and "Women and Men of Ancient Egypt".
The museum will also be offering a new visitor service featuring a specialist in Egyptology commenting on the exhibits on show in the galleries.
The Botanical Gardens and the Museu de Ciències Naturals reopened with all the current safety measures in place and new, extended opening hours as well as new experiences for visitors online or in person.
At the Museu de Ciències Naturals you can visit the temporary exhibition "Monkeys. A History of Primates" until 29th November and complete the experience with a game you can play on your mobile device, called "Freedom for Bongo!", which challenges visitors to free a primate captured by poachers. Of course, you can also visit the permanent exhibition "Planet Life" and a new show, which is particularly current, "Outbreak. Epidemics in a Connected World". It reveals the factors that favour contagion from infectious diseases, like Covid-19, to such an extent that they unleash a pandemic.
At the Botanical Gardens on Mount Montjuïc, between the castle and Olympic Stadium, you can visit 14 hectares of gardens containing a complete collection of plants from the Mediterranean and around the world, while you enjoy magnificent views of the city.
You can enjoy the visit with a mobile app and complement it with a treasure hunt on your mobile device called "My head is spinning", to guess which plant has poisoned a bird.
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