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Maritime Museum

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Museu Marítim

Opposite the statue Christopher Columbus, in the bottom of Ramblas, the maritime museum is one of the most imaginative museum of the city and one of the most visited too. Installed in the royal arsenals- date from 1378 and are the biggest and most complete Medieval dockyards in the world- it exposes animated presentations and houses a big exhibition including model ships, drawings, replicas, paintings, figureheads and an interactive exhibition, "The Great Adventure of the Sea".

Maritime Museum

Address : Av. de les Drassanes
Zip code : 08001
City : Barcelona -
Area : El Raval
Website : Museu Marítim de Barcelona
Opening hours : Open every day from 10am to 8pm. Closed 25-26 December and 1st and 6 January
Prices : 5€
Phone : +34 93 342 9920
Phone 2 : Fax +34 933 187 876
Metro/Bus : Metro: L3 Drassanes / Bus: 120

Last comment

nice museum
mary (20 May 2014 - 08:30)
if you like sailing ans stories about the history of ocean adventures... great museum in a nice building..
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10 comments

  1. nice museum - mary (20 May 2014 - 08:30)

    if you like sailing ans stories about the history of ocean adventures... great museum in a nice building..

  2. Maritime Museum Barcelona (MMB) - adall (2 Dec 2013 - 09:00)

    Here is the official webpage with updated opening times and prices. Typical price is €5, but free on Sundays after 3p and only €2 if you're local and have your library card (which is free and takes about 10 minutes to get at your local public library).

  3. Maritime museum - Joy K (9 Jun 2013 - 10:00)

    It seemed very promising until we went to the counter and was told the entry was 7 euros per person not the 2.50 mentioned, AND the permanent exhibition, ie the things people come to see, we're closed. What a shame these websites don't provide current info.

  4. Naval museum - what a waste of time, money and space - Niels Søe, Denmark (26 May 2013 - 10:15)

    what a waste of time, money and space

  5. maritime museum barcelona, - Stan (20 Jul 2011 - 09:30)

    We are planning a trip to Barcelona in October and after reading the posts on the Maritme Museum I called to find out if they now had English Guides or audio cassettes (Thank goodness for Skype).

    The person who answered the phone spoke English well enough to explain to me that the museum is undergoing major renovations and at the present time (probably for the next 2 years) there are only a few exhibits, i.e. models and paintings that can be seen. None of the old Spanish Galleons etc. and therefore there are no audio cassettes or English guides available. They reduced the admission to 2,5 Euros.

    We are still going to Barcelona but will not visit the museum--a real disappointment.

  6. Maritime Museum, Barcelona - David Calander (12 Oct 2009 - 17:45)

    Well I'm sorry Alexander Agnew ( March 19th ) had such a bad experience here. We LOVED it. The buildings alone were worth the price of entry. - Very reasonable at about 5 euros - The staff were very courteous and helful and the exhibits were well presented and interesting.

    The Royal Galley was SENSATIONAL !!

    And both our audio systems worked well.

    Go see it, if yo're there !

  7. Museum Maratim - Alexander Agnew (19 Mar 2009 - 09:30)

    For the first time in Barcelona I was made to feel unwelcome. It was my first visit to this beautiful city. I had felt enraptured by every aspect of the city and it's culture. As an ex sailor in the Royal Navy (H.M. Submarines), I was so looking forward to exploring the museum and all it's exhibits. The staff were so unco-operative and rude that they spoiled the whole trip. Being deprived of any audio guide we had to rely on our ability to interpret Spanish as there were so few texts in English. My comment 'Shame on you'.

  8. Museo Marittimo - Marco (6 May 2008 - 20:09)

    A fine mese parto con gli amici a barcelona. di sicuro andremo a visitare il museo marittimo...vi faremo sapere...

  9. la voile latine - hospital.bernard@neuf.fr (14 Jun 2007 - 20:28)

    A noter entre-autres merveilles(et a admirer bien entendu) la magnifique barque catalane (sardinal) le Jean et Marie construite dans le chantier naval Bonafos à Banyuls sur mer début 20ième siècle.

  10. guidonia rm - ennio (13 Feb 2007 - 16:10)

    parto giovedì per barcellona vedrò il museo marittimo penso sia bellissimo, poi vi dirò Ennio

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