Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya
This archaeology museum, housed in what was the Graphic Arts palace during the 1929 World Exhibition, covers Catalonia and cultures from...
Fundació Joan Miró
Joan Miró, the city’s best-known 20th-century artistic progeny, bequeathed this art foundation to his hometown in 1971. Its light-filled...
Barcelona’s ethnology museum presents a curious permanent collection that explores how various societies have worked down the centuries,...
Housed in the magnificent former Palau de l’Agricultura building on Montjuïc (opposite the Museu d’Arqueologia) and consisting of two...
Xemei (‘twins’ in Venetian, because it is run by a pair of twins from Italy’s lagoon city) is a wonderful slice of Venice in Barcelona....
Passeig de Santa Madrona · interesting places nearby
Teatre Grec information
This eclectic programme of theatre, dance and music runs for most of the summer. Performances are held all over the city, including at the Teatre Grec amphitheatre on Montjuïc, from which the festival takes its name.