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O Museu Nacional D'Art de Catalunya é um museu de renome mundial localizado em Barcelona, Espanha. O museu abriga uma extensa coleção de arte e arquitetura catalã, além de uma coleção significativa de arte românica. A coleção do museu inclui obras de alguns dos artistas catalães mais famosos, como Joan Miró e Salvador Dalí. O museu também abriga vários afrescos românicos importantes, bem como várias pinturas góticas e renascentistas. O museu é uma das atrações turísticas mais populares de Barcelona e é imperdível para qualquer visitante da cidade.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
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🗣️ Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya: Opiniões
It's quite a climb from street level up a lot of steps, but it's really worth it! We headed straight to the 'Modern Art' area, which is upstairs, and I think it fills the entire floor, but not certain about that. This is a really good gallery, well laid out, with wonderful pictures on the walls. I don't think I have enjoyed myself so much in an art gallery before. The work is outstanding. We stayed for about three hours and only got a quarter of the way round. If you are considering going to this museum, go, it's well worth it. Also, if you are over 65, entry is free! We will go back on our next visit to Barcelona to see more of the gallery. Can't wait!
12 Euro ticket for adult and you get two visits within the month! There's so much great art of all sorts to see! Definitely worth the visit. I went around 11am there was no lineup but as I left around 2pm there was a huge lineup outside.
Absolutely loved this museum. Took me 9 hours (two days) to see everything and it was worth it. You can see the whole collection for free Saturdays after 3 pm, otherwise it's best to get the tickets online, probably there would be a long line. Don't worry if you have too spent a lot of time there because they have clean toilets, three cafe and large benches too sit or even lay down. Don't forget to bring water.
National Art Museum of Catalonia,is the national museum of Catalan visual art located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Situated on Montjuïc hill, the museum is especially notable for its outstanding collection of romanesque church paintings, and for Catalan art and design from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including modernisme and noucentisme. The museum is housed in the Palau Nacional, a huge, Italian-style building dating to 1929.it’s an amazing walk up the museum.
Museum is big. We arrived around 3:20pm and left by 7pm. There was so much to see outside and inside the museum. We got free tickets as every Saturday from 3pm onwards is free. Check the website for more dates of free entry. There is a small security check for bags. There are also lockers to store your big bags for 1 euro but you will get the euro back when you put the key back in. There was many art related to Christianity, some Gaudi pieces, and other artists. A mixture of old and new. The building inside was very impressive. 10 outta 10 would recommend.
1st off to my surprise, Seniors (65+) enter the Museum for free! The museum's permanent collection is quite eclectic. From Medieval art to Spanish Revolution art to Art Nouveau furniture. The Palace itself is worthy of taking a tour. But the finest gem of this palatial setting is the grounds it sits on and the magnificent water features incorporated into the design! A must see!
A good museum to visit, Booking online, and there is some slots for free visits
Great place to visit for the views, stunning architecture and deep history.
Amazing architecture and exterior. Perfect for walks, but very mindful that there are escalators for the people who are disabled or are just tired of the stairs. Very practical during the hot days too. Stunning view of the whole city from the top balcon.You can even see Sagrada Familia, which is pretty far from the museum. Don’t miss this place in Barcelona.
The Museum is absolutely beautiful inside and out and you get some amazing views while walking up to the building and then from the front of the building. I think it's a must visit if you are in Barcelona even if you don't go into the museum.
This fascinating collection of Catalonian (and other) art, is worth the €12 entry per adult (under-16s get in free). We went on a weekday but noticed that there are some times on the weekends when it’s totally free to enter. The galleries show off a huge collection of local and wider art. It really is huge though, so getting around all of it is tricky. We stopped off halfway for coffee and pastries in the café, based in an amazing oval concert hall within the museum. It’s a great place to rest your weary feet before visiting the rest of the halls. There’s also a restaurant on the top floor, which looked great, with amazing views, with possibly with a pricey menu.
Key spot to understand Catalan and Spanish art! This museum is one of the best curated ones I have ever seen -as an art historian. It has an extensive collection, so make sure you free your afternoon so you can pay attention to every single piece, since they are all gorgeous and very valuable for our culture! Get a guide -or a very cultured friend- in order to appreciate the art as much as possible, since it is very unique and some pieces are very intricate. Pro tip from a local: book your Saturday afternoon tickets in advanced, since Sat after 3pm the museum is free, but gets very busy !!!
Lots of history and art to look at. Exhausting, it is big and comprehensive. You can get lunch at the cafe or restaurant inside. Visited on Weekday Reservation recommended No … More
amazing location for filming You can find culture, nature, gardens, good vibe. We love it. ❤️
Beautiful museum located in one of the most spectacular palaces with a view of a fountain and Barcelona landscape. Great art exhibition inside and really nice gift shop inside the museum.
Beautiful but huge. The collection of Romanesque art beats the Prado one and is the best part of the visit, IMHO.
Outside and inside both are good to explore, you wont be able to cover all kinds of art as it might be tiring but going on the top of museum and looking at view is marvelous , also its free on saturday after 3 pm and have online registration for free to skip the queue for saturday.
Amazing place! You feel like visiting a museum? This one is definitely one of the museums you should visit in Barcelona. Amazing architecture, amazing collection and really friendly people!
The MNAC has a magnificent collection of Romanesque art. it focuses on the works that originally adorned the churches in the Pyrenees and others places in Old Catalonia. You can also visit the rooms with authentic jewels of European paintings belonging to the Gothic Renaissance and Baroque. The visit is extensive , I spent 4 hours with two intervals in the cafeteria. It's worth it! If you enjoy art, you must go to this museum!
Such a fantastic museum. Give yourself a lot of time for this as there truly is a lot to take in from their fantastic collection to the amazing views of the city. The building is gorgeous and as we were leaving there was a musician playing keyboards and you could sit on the steps to take that in along with the hustle and bustle of the city as the backdrop!
Museu absolutamente deslumbrante !! Acordando, havia um saxofonista criando uma vibração incrível. As vistas são espetaculares !!! Nós nos divertimos muito antes mesmo de entrar no prédio. Suas exposições foram fenomenais, realmente apreciaram os esforços que fizeram para compartilhar essas incríveis peças de arte. O interior era uma obra de arte em si. Não se esqueça de olhar para cima, os tetos eram lindos. Você precisará de 2 dias para ver a coisa toda ou chegar cedo. Os ingressos também eram um ingresso de 2 dias, eu gostaria que soubéssemos disso antes. Definitivamente estará visitando novamente !! Obtenha o bilhete do GA!
De fora espetacular! A vista ao redor era como de um filme. Meninas e meninos tomam roupas bonitas, você pode tirar algumas fotos românticas lá! ???? Dentro do museu - eu gostei, no entanto, perdi as descrições ao lado das obras de arte. O aplicativo não estava funcionando, então eu não conseguia saber mais sobre arte e artistas. Estava tudo bem! Poderia ser melhor. Mas foi bom ver o que a arte catalã tem a oferecer
One of the best locations in Barcelona. From rooftop views to coffee on the terrace in front every side offers amazing panoramic of Barcelona. The entrance is free on Saturdays after 15:00. Their collection is nice, it could have been curated better in terms of space organization but a very nice experience non the less. Pro tip: if you are not a fan of medieval/ gothic christian art skip to the upper floor and their modern section.
One of the beautiful place in Barcelona. Highly recommended.
MNAC has 83 different rooms with paintings from the middle ages till modern times. The normal ticket costs 12€, the student's one costs 8.4€. It's definitely one of the best places to visit in Barcelona
Incredible experience. You need a full day to see this remarkable collection of art, but most tickets allow for two-day use. Don't miss it.
Very beautiful grounds and displays Definitely enjoyed our time here.
Cool and majestic museum. I didn’t go inside but the views from the outside were great and at the top of the stairs you can get a great look of the city and the plaza
I had no expectations and was pleasantly surprised by the museum! The building itself is gorgeus with an amazing view of Barcelona and there are escalators all the way up the hill to the door of the museum. I didn't even pay for the Gaudí exhibition and was happy enough with the permanent collection. Can't recommend it enough.
I paid 2 euros for visiting the building (and not the art expositions) and was totally worth it! After walking around you can ask to visit the terrace, inside the restaurant in the last floor. You can visit it for free and it has the most amazing view of Barcelona! Recommend 100%
Museu muito agradável, em dois níveis - no térreo, há arte mais antiga de três períodos diferentes e, no primeiro andar, há arte moderna. Nossa visita foi muito agradável, até o ponto em que fomos literalmente expulsos por um funcionário, porque restavam 15 minutos até o horário de fechamento. Estávamos esperando um amigo no andar de baixo e ela continuou levantando seu tom para nos deixarmos do corredor. Muito rude e definitivamente lançou uma sombra em uma visita agradável.
next to Plaza d'Espanya,very easy to find the museum building itself is worth seeing. The permanent collections are very interesting, if you're into art. there is a cafe on the first floor ,so if you're hungry but don't want to interrupt your visit-ypu can eat inside the meal of the day was very tasty. Affordable prices. museum entrance ticket starts from 2eur. There is also a restaurant on the upper floor which at the moment was closed
Este é um edifício muito bonito. Barcelona é realmente uma cidade bonita com muito para explorar. Independentemente de seu interesse e localização, sempre se pode encontrar algo de interesse. Há uma boa ligação de transporte com ingressos para ônibus, metrô, bonde e trens. Sempre observe o metrô passa especialmente para a família, se você pretende viajar por transporte público.
Fui no sábado depois das 15h, quando estava livre. Esperei cerca de 1 hora para entrar, o que eu esperava um pouco de espera. Havia uma fila muito longa para entrar na seção de arte romântica do museu, então nunca consegui ver. Este museu foi enorme !! Você poderia passar bastante tempo lá. Vale a pena conferir.
Great collection of work. Only viewed the modern art because we were pressed for time. But would recommend at least 2.5 hours to view everything. It’s a bit of a hike up to the museum but it has great views and is in a beautiful building
Wow! This gorgeous museum is atop a series of waterfalls that take your breath away. You must go. If I recall, admission is €13 to enter the museum. Very reasonable. Beautiful artwork. Explore the grounds for free. Amazing views from the top.
Yet another must see attraction in Barcelona. The museum is massive and full of beautiful art- my friend and I spent almost 5 hours exploring. They offer a 30% discount for students (even non-Spanish students) so remember to bring a student ID with you! Every piece or art is labelled and there are detailed descriptions and historical facts throughout the exhibitions. The exhibitions span various decadws from Medieval and Gothic to Civil War Spain and modern art. The museum also has a cafe just outside which offers amazing sandwiches and refreshments.
Beautiful museum! We've spent many hours there and still want to go back. - Free entry every saturday after 15h (must make an online reservation)
Great place! They took parts of buildings and move them to museum. I never seen such museums before. Also very interesting Gothic exhibition. You can see how rich was Catalonia!
Currently free after 3pm on Saturdays, expect there to be a line if you opt to go at that time. However, the line moves fast and entrance is unproblematic. The museum has three sections - Roman, Gothic and "modern" (i.e. after the previous two periods). Within the sections, the displays are organised by themes and periods of history and you can expect to see everything from paintings, sculptures, arches, photos and furniture. The building itself (both inside and out) as well as the front that overlooks the grand entrance including columns, fountains, walkways and roads is another spectacle to see. Inside the museum is also a gift shop, a cafe and a restaurant.
Great museum with wonderful area around! You can find out about Spanish art and history from the Middle Ages till nowadays. I recommend you to book the general ticket and get to know the museum better!
After a long day we decided to go to the museum of art, and it was not a bad decision. The medieval art wasn’t that amazing mostly because the majority of it were pictures or statues of religious figures. But the modern art collection had it’s variations and really amazed us. For anyone who is thinking about visiting this museum, it’s worth it, and if you don’t like the art, you could just look at the paintings and laugh about how wrong some parts of the bodies look.
One of the best museums I visited in Barcelona. The permanent collection is split in 2 : medieval art and modern art. While I'm not fond of the medieval part, I adored the modern art part of the museum. The works are, for the most, true visual gems. They are also very well lit. The museum itself has a very unique architecture. It has a terrace with a nice view on Barcelona. If you're an art enthusiast, or simply sensitive to culture or history, this is unmissable.