Carrer Balmes, 48 - 08007 Barcelona
The Museum of Modernist Barcelona offers 350 exclusive works of the modernist movement of Catalonia. Among the 42 artists, the most representative are Joan Busquets, Ramón Casas and Antoni Gaudí.
Buy your tickets on our website very easy and enjoy the various modernist works, such as paintings, sculptures and furniture.
The Museum of Modernist is committed to culture and art, dedicating itself to collecting information, researching it, documenting it and conserving and disseminating works with maximum reach.
The museum is located in the centre of the Eixample district, which has a perfect historical-cultural location. This neighbourhood was built at the end of the 19th century by Ildefons Cerdà. Many of these buildings are significant historical and artistic documents of a radiant time in Barcelona.
Modernism in Catalonia has as its foundations to renew the arts inspired by nature. In the Second Industrial Revolution, Modernism evolved and there were changes that affected daily and social life, strengthening the power of the new bourgeoisie.
Thanks to the new changes, more creative freedom was obtained, admitting new forms of art that were not previously accepted.
The opening time of the Museum of Modernist are:
There are different types of ticket:
Bus: 7, 63, 68, V15.
Metro: L1 (Universitat), L2, L3, L4 (Passeig de Gràcia)
Ticekts for Museu del Modernisme
General access to the museum of the Catalan Modernism in Barcelona
The address of the building is Balmes, 48 - 08007 Barcelona. You can go by public transport:
The collections have pieces that are part of the Catalan artistic heritage. In the exhibition of the Museum of Modernist you can find paintings, sculptures, furniture and discover the artists of all the works.
The furniture found in the museum could be seen in the representative buildings of the bourgeois era showing the exuberant decoration of the houses. In the paintings exhibitions, we can find works from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The works have technical and thematic elements in oil, reflecting the changes of the time. The artists that represent them are Modest Urgell, Ramon Martí Alsina, Lluís Graner, Joaquim Mir, Gaspar Camps, Ramon Casas and Santiago Rusiñol among others. Also, modernist Catalan sculptures show a more moving and personal character.
We recommend that you visit the Museum of Modernist in a relaxed way, observe the works and discover the details that invade throughout the museum. On the top floor, there is a room dedicated to Antonio Gaudi.
Enjoy the experience!