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Find out more about Catalan Art Nouveau at the Museum of Modernism and have a closer look at its decorative arts. 


Gain deeper insight into the artistic movement, which has given Barcelona’s cityscape its distinctive character. 

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Accessibility
The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility.
 

Overview

  • Museum dedicated exclusively to Catalan Art Nouveau 
  • Private collection of sculptures, paintings and furniture by 42 artists of the modernist movement  
  • Housed in a period building in the modernist Eixample in close vicinity of Passeig de Gràcia and Rambla Catalunya
 

What to Expect

A visit to Barcelona, capital of Catalan Modernism, brings you face to face with its Art Nouveau architecture, ever-present in famous buildings like, Casa Batlló and Casa Milà and closely linked to the movement’s figurehead Gaudí. However, the modernist movement went beyond architecture and assumed responsibility for every minute part of its creations. Gaudí didn’t design only the building of Casa Batlló, but also its doors, ceilings and furniture and accessories such as lamps, planters and curtains. 

The Museum of Modernism picks up on this integral concept of art and puts interior design centre stage. The exhibition displays a collection of 350 sculptures, paintings and pieces of furniture of modernist style, which used to be essential pieces of the decor in emblematic houses like Casa Batlló, Casa Lleó Morera and Casa Fargas. Opened in 2010, the private collection is ideally located in a restored warehouse in Barcelona’s modernist Eixample, where buildings by prestigious architects like Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domenèch i Montaner bear witness to bourgeois life at the beginning of the 20th century and give Catalan identity an artistic form.

Inclusions

  • Mobile tickets
  • Skip the line tickets

Additional Information

  • Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10.30 am – 7pm
  • Sunday and holidays, 10.30 am – 2pm
  • From January 2 on: Monday to Friday, 10.30 am to 2pm and 4pm to 7pm
  • Closed on January 1 and 6, May 1 and December 25 and 26 

How to get there

  • By underground L1 and L2 to ‘Universitat’ or L2, L3, L4 to ‘Passeig de Gràcia’
  • By bus lines 7, 16, 17, 63, 67 and 68 to nearby bus stops
  • Address: Carrer Balmes 48, 08007 Barcelona