The Catalan History Museum shows the history of the Catalan region to visitors by showing historical documents and items, combined with a variety of means such as audiovisual and computer equipment. Not bad
Admission TicketsFrom AU$12.40
Facing the Catalan History Museum in Barcelona Harbor, it is a very interesting and informative display of historical changes from prehistoric civilization to modern times
Really interesting history museum that includes a long walking path through the city’s ancient ruins. Free on Sundays after 3pm.
This museum was mostly in Catalon, like many public places in the city, so we could read some of the info on the installments but not all. I was disappointed that there was only a tiny blurb on the Spanish Inquisition and pirates but the displays were well done and some were hands on. I got to ride a horse statue and my boyfriend drove a trolly. we skipped the modern world, the bronze era is where it's at.
It’s free to go to the Catalan History Museum after 3pm on Saturday afternoon. It’s a good thing that we met, and we were lucky enough to see Mucha’s paintings.
There are many exhibits from ancient Rome and ancient Egypt. Outside the museum is the port of Barcelona. The exhibits are basically documents and models.
Catalonia can be said to be a country within Spain. It has its own language and is deeply influenced by Rome!