Maritime Museum of Barcelona | Cultural Heritage. Goverment of Catalonia.
Maritime Museum of Barcelona A walk through maritime history
The Royal Shipyard building, where many of the boats that would set sail during the Medieval and Modern period, are now gathered in the Maritime Museum of Barcelona (MMB). Therefore, there is no better place to explore and learn about the maritime culture and history of Catalonia.

The large gothic naves House the boats of the permanent collection of the museum, such as the Royal Galley, the boat República or the catboat Jean et Marie, going through shipbuilding between the 13th and 18th centuries.  Other pieces of note in the collection are the multiple figureheads that the museum holds and marine instruments such as octants and sextants, mechanical sonar devices, compasses and nautical astrolabes, among others.

The restored Royal Shipyards of Barcelona opened their doors on 16 February 2013, once the restoration was finished for this extraordinary heritage site. The renovation also includes the Museum, which now displays elements that facilitate interactive dialogue, life experience and cross-disciplinary knowledge of maritime culture and history using multiple disciplines.

Plan your visit

What can I do?
The Maritime Museum of Barcelona periodically organizes family workshops in the maritime field. You can also go out in a historic sailboat from the beginning of the 20th century, the schooner of Santa Eulàlia. And if you like to stay on dry land, don’t miss the theatrical tour of the Baluard gardens. There you will find troops of La Coronela from 1714 standing guard!
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De dilluns a diumenge de 10 a 20 h (accés fins a les 19 h)
Diumenges, a partir de les 15 h, entrada gratuïta. 
El museu tanca els dies 25 i 26 de desembre, i 1 i 6 de gener. 
Els dies 24 i 31 de desembre, el museu tanca a les 15 h (accés fins a les 14.30 h)
Oberts el primer, tercer i quart diumenge de mes, d'11 a 14 h. Més informació
Els jardins del Baluard tenen dificultat d'accés per a persones amb mobilitat reduïda.
Vaixell històric que integra la flota de l'MMB. Ubicat al Moll de la Fusta (Bosch i Alsina) del Port Vell de Barcelona. Al costat del pont del Maremagnum.
El pailebot no és accessible per a persones en cadira de rodes.
Admission to temporary exhibitions + visit to the schooner Santa Eulàlia. General €10.00, reduced rate €5, groups €8
Admission to Pailebot Santa Eulàlia. General 3,00€, reduced rate 1€, groups 1€
Temporary exhibitions in the foyer: free admission
Free admission:
  • International Museum Day, the day of the festival of La Mercè and other approved open days 
  • Sundays from 15:00 onwards
  • Members of Friends of the Maritime Museum  
  • Accredited members of ICOM, ICMM and the Association of Museum Curators of Catalonia
  • Children under 17
  • Accredited professional guides with corresponding documentation
  • Teachers with corresponding accreditation in force
  • Accredited journalists, who have sent an email in advance to 
Reduced rate:
  • Unemployed people who present proof of their employment status
  • Students aged under 25 who present their Student Card 
  • People aged 65 and over
  • Barcelona Library cardholders
  • ONCE Associates (Organización Nacional de Ciegos Españoles - National Organization for the Blind in Spain) 
  • Carnet Jove (Youth Card) holders
  • Group admission for:
  • Groups of ten or more
  • Large or single-parent families with the appropriate accreditation

Av. de les Drassanes s/n
Barcelona  (Barcelonès)
+34 933 429 920
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