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The museum is housed in a lovely palace built for the 1929 Fair. The collection of Catalan and Spanish Gothic is very extensive. It’s romanesque frescos are unique. Many of them once adorned small, rural churches in the Pyrenees and other areas in Catalonia where...More
Many people visit this part of Barcelona to witness the Magic Fountains rather than to climb further up the Parc de Montjuic to sample this superb monument to Catalan culture. The gallery has two main sections and we decided to concentrate on the modern art...More
There are many beautiful frescoes exhibited from various churches as well as paintings of Catalan artists who are not well-known but who are of high quality. There is a a smaller representation of famous Italian and dutch painters of high quality. The Botanical gardens are...More
The entry to the museum was free thanks to our Barcelona card. The museum houses 1000 years of art developed in Barcelona. It includes medieval Roman art, Gothic art, renaissance, and baroque art, and modern art. It’s not just paintings, but also sketches, photographs, carved...More
The view from the roof top of Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya is stunning. you can take a bus or subway and get off at Placa de Espana. You can go up to the top of the hill where the museum is located by using...More
We did not view the inside of the museum, but only strolled around on the outside. Sitting on top of a hill close to the olympic venues, the view from the top was breathtaking. Getting there was easy, just using the Hop-on Hop-off Bus. Even...More
Montjuïc is a hill in Barcelona…you could probably walk but we took the metro to the Espanya stop and strolled the rest of the way.
On the top of the hill is the MNAC or Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. We didn’t go in but...More
Response from NorwichCarrow | Reviewed this property |
The terraces in front of the museum are open to all, you only need to pay for admission to the museum itself. The terraces give great views over the fountains, especially when the Musicam fountains are playing.