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Museum of Frederic Mares in Barcelona

Museum of Frederic Mares in Barcelona

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The collection of the museum is assembled by its founder, sculptor Frederic Marès (1893-1991). Throughout his lifetime Frederic Mares put together an amazing Hispanic sculpture collection from the ancient world until the 19th century, in which religious polychromed carvings predominated. The museum has free admission every first Sunday of a month from 11:00-20:00 and every Sunaday after 15:00.


Ceramics museum in Barcelona

Ceramics museum in Barcelona

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Ceramics museum in Barcelona is housed in Palace of Pedralbes and exhibits exceptional works of Spanish ceramic art from different periods.   Free admission to the permanent exhibition every first Sunday of the month.


Disseny Hub Barcelona

Disseny Hub Barcelona

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 Disseny Hub Barcelona museums displays various permanent exhibitions: Occidental Textiles and Spanish Fashion, European decorative art and Spanish industrial design including jewellery collection, Spanish ceramics, Graphic Art and Typography.   Admission free on every Sunday afternoon from 15:-00-20:00.


Funeral carriage Museum

Funeral carriage Museum

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In the basement of the Barcelona Municipal Funeral Services you find a museum of funeral carriages, Sancho d'Avila, 2 (metro: Marina).


Picasso Museum

Picasso Museum

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Picasso museum - in 1960, on Picasso’s own express wish, his friend and personal secretary Jaume Sabartés proposed the creation of a museum dedicated to the artist’s work to the City Council of Barcelona. By 1963, the museum was a reality and opened its doors in the gothic Palau Aguilar.  Free  entrance on the first Sunday of each month, each Sunday after 15:00, on 12 Feb, 18 May and 24 Sep.


Museum of National Art of Catalonia

Museum of National Art of Catalonia

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Museum of National Art of Catalonia in Barcelona is located in the emblematic building of the 1929 International Exhibition, situated on the mountain of Montjuïc, a privileged site from where you can enjoy a magnificent and unique view of the city of Barcelona.  Free admission first Sunday of each month, September 11th and 24th, May 18th.  For children under 16 and persons over 65 - every day.