Museu d'Historia de Barcelona (MUHBA) is incredible. Basically it contains buildings, structures and artifacts from as far back as the 1st and 6th centuries A.D. If you enjoy sites like the cistern in Istanbul or the catacombs in Paris, you'll love the Museu d'Historia de Barcelona. It's also worth noting that this particular museum has nice shiny new railings and walkways. It was one of the nicest museums we saw in Barcelona. We also liked Museu d'Historia de Barcelona because it was way less crowded than the Picasso museum. Helpful Tip: If you go to MUHBA first, hold onto your ticket. Your MUHBA ticket will get you a discounted entry at Park Guëll.
Are the buildings here still very majestic!
With a long history, I came to Barcelona with the "flower of Europe" in my past and present life. The story of this city deeply attracted me. I wanted to understand this small city more deeply, so I came to MUHBA Muse u Historia de Barcelona Museum. This museum records the past and present here, enriching European history and culture, and the precipitation of history makes it extremely heavy, dignified and respectable. ◇Visit Guide: The whole museum is divided into two parts. The Gothic building of this museum that attracts me the most, is magnificent and sacred....It has a strong historical charm and its own unique charm. Romanesque palace: The palace is the place where the royal family lived in history, and luxury is indispensable. There are also murals by famous painters at the gate, which is really exquisite. What excites me most is the observation tower in the palace, which is said to be able to admire the entire Gothic Quarter. In short, the design of the palace can only be described in the most straightforward four words: magnificent! Bonn Market: The Bonn market is very tall. In the early years, it was a place where fruits and vegetables were sold. Later, ancient Roman ruins were discovered underground, which became part of the museum. Many relics of ancient Roman life can be seen inside. ◇Reminder: ①: It’s not open on Monday~ so don’t go on Monday~②: The door fare is 4 Euros, which is equivalent to RMB 31~32 (hee hee as a small reference...) ③: Holidays, Sundays at 3 pm I'm closed, go early~
A historian by himself or herself can enjoy this place. Not really suited and designed for a family.
This is a very small, modest museum. The curators have done a good job at making something out of what is a surprisingly small collection. However for most tourists, there are so many other things to ...
I went to see an interesting photo exhibition about cities. The exhibition was made with a lot of attention. Unfortunately, there were no English speaking guides or headphones with English language.
A fascinating way to spend 1-2 hours. The Roman ruins are well preserved and explained, and you really get a feel for how the town and community operated. Recommended.
Wonderful staff and a great museum! very educative and interactive to get to know Barcelona´s history.