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The Fundació Joan Miró was created by Miró himself, at first principally with works from his own private collection, with a desire to set up an internationally recognised centre in Barcelona for Miró scholarship and contemporary art research, and to...more
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Take a bus to the top and enjoy a stroll around this interesting Miró Foundation. The Mercury Fountain was fascinating. Maybe not to everyone’s taste but fun all the same. Gift shop was reasonably priced and the cafe also had a restaurant side. The view...More
The audio guide was well worth listening to for the permanent Miro exhibit but poor for the temporary one (repeating same text for different pictures). Enjoyed the café having a place to recharge. Building and terrace views were excellent.
I signed up for the 11am tour in English and have to give it high marks. Incredibly informative, the audio headset that amplifies the guide's voice makes it really easy to hear. Our guide Judith was top notch and her English was very good. I...More
A veritable cross section of the art and works of Joan Miro. A film shows him creating a couple of his more famous pieces. The big plus is the they allow the taking of photos. There were several small groups of school children have tours...More
What can I say. I have visited all the other studios belonging to Miro but this place blew me away especially the 2 floor high textile piece of art which moved me to tears. Spent several hours just walking around and around again. Purchased 2...More
just so much enjoyed to learn more about Miro his back ground just amazing discovery of a Creative, intuitive man and artist a child of his time to 'reflect that episode' of turmoil, politics, war...and life as such
The Miro Museum is must see for any visit to Barcelona. The favorite art sons in this city are Gaudi, Picasso and Miro. All three contributed heavily to the culture of Barcelona.
The Miro Museum is in the Montjuic area of the city--it is high...More
Take the 55 bus from Placa de Catalunya and it will let you off in front of the Museum... and take the bus home from a few feet away. You can take the Metro, but you have a walk up a substantial 'hill' to get to the museum... More
Take the 55 bus from Placa de Catalunya and it will let you off in front of the Museum... and take the bus home from a few feet away. You can take the Metro, but you have a walk up a substantial 'hill' to get to the museum..
If you want to explore the Poble Sec neighborhood (and there are some really good eats there) take the bus to the Museum, then walk down through the park when you're finished and you're in the heart of the neighborhood. Then you can take the Metro home.