Barcelona’s Museu de la Música displays a collection of more than 500 musical instruments and documents, which trace the development of music in time and space. Some of the most outstanding pieces are the exceptional collection of historic guitars, considered one of the best in the world, and three unique Baroque jewels: the Zell harpsicord (1737), the Hauslaib claviorgan (c. 1600) and the Pérez Molero organ (1719).

Simply present your pass at the entrance, pre-booking is required.

Highlights:

  • Collection of unique instruments on display from around the world
  • A display that allows 360º views of instruments including sound immersion
  • Activities including workshops, exhibitions, open essays, concerts, training, lectures, recordings and live music
  • Guided tours and audio guides now available

How to get there:

  • Metro: Marina (L1), Glòries (L1), Monumental (L2)
  • Bus: 6, 7, 54, 62, 92, V21, H12
  • Tram: T4 Auditori - Teatre Nacional
  • Train: Arc de Triomf

 

see the: full list of special offers included

Open bank holidays: 24th September, 12th October, 1st November, 6th and 8th December
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10 to 18 h
Wednesday 10 to 18 h
Thursday 10 to 21 h
Friday 10 to 18 h
Saturday 10 to 19 h
Sunday 10 to 19 h

Closed: Closed days 2018: 1st and 6th January, 30th March, 2nd April, 1st and 21st May, 24th June, 15th August, 11th September, 25th and 26th December

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Address:

The Auditorium. Lepant 150, 2a pl

Telephone:

34 93 256 36 50

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