The Ethnological Museum of Barcelona is located on the mountain of Montjuïc. The museum was built in 1973 by the local architects Antoni Lozoya, Bassegoda Nonell Bonaventura, Joan Puigdengolas, and Jesus Lopez. The structure of the museum is famous for its hexagonal configuration of modules. The museum presents different cultures and the connections between them, however, it is predominantly dedicated to the region of Catalonia and its capital Barcelona, which, throughout the history, have attracted thousands of people from all over the world. Among various collections, most notably those representing the culture of Catalonia, one can find exhibitions dedicated to Ethiopia, Morocco and the Australian aborigines, among others. The museum belongs to the network of museums spread throughout Catalonia.
|Price||normal : 3.50 child : 1.70 (age <7) youth : 1.70 (age 7<) student : 1.70 (age <26) retired : 1.70 (age 65<)|
|Geographical coordinates||41.3688504, 2.1567027|
|Address||08038 Barcelona, Passeig de Santa Madrona 16|
|More information||official website|
|How to arrive?||official transport site|