The museum is huge and the location is right next to the cathedral and there are light shows on two nights which are free to enter, of course the museum is closed at this time, the light show is only a partial loan, but can't you recognize it from the daytime?
The museum is also very close to the main church in Barcelona, at the site of the Royal Palace. Mares is the original owner of the museum and a famous 20th century sculptor and collector of Catalonia. I originally wanted to take a break in the orchard atrium of this museum, have coffee and pretend. I didn't expect to go late, I won't allow the tour, I can only glance from the window here. Free admission is allowed after 3 pm on the first Sunday and Sunday of each month. Normally tickets are 4.2 Euro.
Very good, there is a free ticket in the Barcelona card, and the ticket price for the young people under 30 is not expensive, just 2.4 Euro, but definitely worth the money. The museum is big, there are 3 or 4 floors, each floor has a lot of things to go around, I and my friend hit the wrong, too tight time, did not finish carefully, a little regret.
Disclaimer: While I haven't been inside the Museu Frederic Mares, I happened to spend a lot of time outside of it. The area surrounding the museum is simply beautiful, from the courtyard to the architecture. It's a serene escape from the busier streets of Barcelona.
The Frederick Museum is a unique collection of museums that retain the founder's collection, the sculptor Frederick Mares (1893-1991), all of the cams formed through his donation in 1946 in Barcelona's heritage share. Two years later, the museum was founded in the heart of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, the old Royal Palace. The original Verger Hotel or garden remains the same.
A rich castle in the garden, an exquisite museum with many exhibits, worth visiting.