Joan Miró Foundation Tickets

Joan Miró Foundation Tickets

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Visit one of Barcelona’s cultural icons and skip the lines to the Joan Miró Foundation.

Enjoy one of the most complete collections of works by the celebrated surrealist artist in the exceptional setting of Montjuïc, in a unique space where art and architecture blend.

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The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with visual or hearing impairment. It provides interpretation in sign language, guided tours for visually impaired visitors and magnifying lenses at the reading points.


  • Visit the foundation’s permanent exhibition with paintings, drawings and sculptures.
  • Take a tour around one of the world's most outstanding museum buildings, designed by Josep Lluís Sert.
  • Enter Room 13 with temporary exhibitions by young contemporary artists.
  • Get access to the museum library with Miró’s personal book collection.
  • Enjoy a walk through the ‘Jardí de les Escultures’, the sculpture garden.

What to Expect

Delve into contemporary art at the Joan Miró Foundation and discover world-famous works of art by the artist as well as by contemporary artists.

The foundation opened its doors in 1975 with the idea to give young artists a place to experiment with modern art and exhibit their work. Its Espai 13 has become a laboratory for contemporary art and a testing ground for experimental exhibitions. The building itself, designed by Miró’s friend Josep Lluís Sert, is a piece of art in its own right. Its avant-garde architecture combines rationalist structures with Mediterranean elements, such as roof terraces and bright patios and invites the visitor to take a stroll around this outstanding space, which fuses art, architecture and landscape.

A tour of the museum takes you on a journey through Miró’s life and work and gives you deeper insight into the artist’s vision of art. It includes a permanent exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculptures by the artist, changing contemporary exhibitions from the 20th and 21st century and the ‘Jardí de les Escultures’, the sculpture garden.

Additional Information

  • Opening times:
    • Monday closed
    • Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10am to 8pm (6pm Nov - Mar)
    • Thursday 10am to 9pm
    • Saturday 10am to 8pm
    • Sunday 10am to 3pm
  • Last entrance 30 minutes before closing time
  • Multimedia guide available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Russian
  • Bar & Restaurant with garden terrace offering a Mediterranean menu

How to get there

  • By Bus lines 55 and 150 to bus stop ‘Fundació Joan Miró’
  • By Montjuïc Funicular
  • Private transport is not recommended since there is no car park available.


Friday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm.
The temporary expo will open to the public from June 19.

Coronavirus tips:
  • Adults and children are required to wear face masks during their visit.
  • You must keep the 2-meter distance from other people and follow the museum staff’s instructions in order to avoid contact.
  • Follow the suggested itinerary for visiting the exhibitions.
  • Follow the instructions regarding the maximum number of visitors posted at the entrance of each exhibition room.
  • Try not to touch any surfaces.
  • Wash your hands often and use the hand sanitizer dispensers.
  • Accompany your children while you are in the exhibition rooms.
  • The gift shop is open. The bookshop and the restaurant are closed until further notice.