Museums, Theaters, and Parks in Barcelona, Catalonia

According to Abbreviationfinder, CAT stands for Catalonia and Barcelona is a city on the coast of northeastern Spain. It is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia.


Fundació Juan Miró
Works by Juan Miró are exhibited here on the slope of Montjuïc.
Avinguda Miramar 71-75,
08038 Barcelona
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-443 94 70
Email: [email protected]
Metro: Línia 3 (Funicular de Montjuïc), Bus: 50 and 55 (Parc de Montjuïc)

Picasso Museum
Carrer de Montcada 15-19
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-319 63 10
Metro: Línies 1 and 4 (Urquinaona)

Museu d’Historia de Catalunya
An interactive journey through the history of Catalonia.
Pl. De Pau Vila 3
08003 Barcelona
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-47 00
Email: [email protected]
Metro: L4 (Barceloneta)

Museu d’Història de la Ciutat
Carrer del Veguer 2
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-319 02 22
Email: [email protected]
Metro: Línia 4 (Jaume I)

Museu Marítim
Extraordinary exhibits from all epochs of maritime history under the Gothic arches of Barcelona’s shipyards.
Avinguda de les Drassanes s / n
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-342 99 20
Metro: L3 (Drassanes)

Museu Frederic Marès
In Marès’ former studio, papers and a collection of his works are on display.
Plaça de Sant lu 5-6
08002 Barcelona
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-310 58 00
Email: [email protected]
Metro: Línia 4 (Jaume I); Bus: 17, 19, 40, 45

Museum of Contemporary Art in El Raval
Plaça dels Àngels 1
08001 Barcelona
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-412 08 10
Metro: L1 and L2 (Universitat)

Museu del FC Barcelona
Nou Camp, Avda Arístides Maillol. Access 9, Les Corts, Barcelona
This museum is dedicated to the most famous football club in Barcelona and its centenary history.

Fundació Tàpies
Eixample, C / Aragó 255, Barcelona
Antoni Tàpies is arguably the most famous contemporary artist in Catalonia. The Fundació Tàpies in Barcelona exhibits more than 300 of his pieces in an impressive modern building.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC)
Palau Nacional, Parc Montjüic, Barcelona
The MNAC (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya) is located in the impressive Palau Nacional on Montjüic, a palace built for the 1929 World’s Fair. The MNAC has the world’s largest collection of Roman and medieval art.

Opera houses, theaters

Gran Teatre del Liceu
La Rambla Opera House 51-59
08002 Barcelona
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-485 99 13
Email: [email protected]
Metro: Línia 3 (Liceu)

Teatro Goya
Modern Theater
Carrer Joaquin Costa 68
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-318 1984
Metro: University

Teatre Lliure
Catalan Theater
Carrer Montseny 47
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-218 9251
Metro: Fontana (Line L3)
Bus: Lines 22, 24, 28, 39

Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
Catalan and international theater
Plaça de les Arts
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-306 5700
Metro: Marina

Teatre Poliorama
Mixed program
La Rambla 115
Tel 0034- (0) 93-318 8181
Metro: Plaça Catalunya (lines L1, L3)
Bus: University (lines 14, 18, 38, 59, 91)
Website: www.teatral. net / poliorama

Teatre Principal
Popular Theater
La Rambla 27
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-301 4750
Metro: Drassanes

Teatre Romea
Classic and modern theater
Carrer Hospital, 51
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-301 5504
Metro: Liceu

Teatre Tívoli
Carrer Casp 8
Tel. 0034- (0) 93-412 2063


Parc de L’Espanya Industrial (Park Güel)
Park near the Sants train station on a former factory site
The approximately 17.2 ha = 172,000 m² Park Güell is located in the district of Gràcia in the district of La Salud. The park was built between 1900 and 1914 according to plans by Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). Gaudi had planned the park for the entrepreneur and patron Eusebi Güell as a garden city with over 60 villas. But due to financial problems, the project could not be implemented and instead of 60 only three houses were built. These were the Güell family home, now a school, Gaudí’s home and the home of an architect friend of his, which is still inhabited today.The park is, after the Sagrada Família church, which was also designed by Gaudi, the most visited attraction in Barcelona.

In the center of the park there is an approximately 3,000 m² terrace space, which has the shape of an oval and was laid out between 1907 and 1913. The undulating border is 110 m long and also serves as a seat. Two porter’s houses with their striking roofs are located at the entrance to the park. Then a flight of stairs leads to the terrace square, which is a meeting point for visitors, musicians and painters. In the park is also Gaudí’s house, in which he lived from 1906 to 1925 and which has been a museum (Casa-Museu Gaudí) since 1963. The park was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1984, along with other works by Gaudí.
Passeig de Sant Antoni, Barcelona
Metro: Línia 3 (Espanya, Tarragona or Sants Estació), Línia 5 (Sants Estació) or Línia 1 (Hostafrancs)

Parc Güell
With this park, Antoni Gaudí has ​​created a work of art: a mixture of art and nature!
Carrer d’Olot s / n
Metro: Línia 3 (Lesseps); Bus: 24, 25, 31, 32, 87

Parc de la Ciutadella
Adjacent to the Barri Gòtic but outside of this area is Barcelona’s city park. The name refers to a citadel that was demolished a long time ago and was built here by the Bourbon conqueror Felipe V. Within the park there are still many buildings from the 1988 World’s Fair and several museums.

Museums, Theaters, and Parks in Barcelona, Catalonia