Poble Espanyol: Spain and its culture All in One Place!
The Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition. It is an open-air museum of architecture, featuring replicas of 117 buildings, streets and squares from the Spanish territory. It is also an important art and craft centre, with over 40 workshops
- An Barcelona’s open-air museum of architecture, featuring replicas of 117 buildings, streets and squares from the Spanish territory.
- It is also an important art and craft centre, with over 40 workshops.
- You can see at first hand a variety of crafts workshops such as ceramics, sculpture, textiles, jewellery, painting, glassblowing, as well as performing arts workshops…
- Other attractions at the Poble Espanyol:
- Activities for children on Sunday mornings and daily treasure hunts for all the family .
- The Fran Daurel Foundation with its permanent collection of contemporary art.
- Paid car and coach parking supervised 24 hours a day.
Poble Espanyol Location
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13 – Parc de Montjuïc of Barcelona. Metro lines L1 and L3-Espanya or FGC (Catalan railways) -Espanya + Bus 13, 23 and 150. Barcelona Bus Turístic. See map
Monday from 9am to 8pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am to midnight, Friday from 9am to 3am, Saturday from 9am to 4pm and Sunday from 9am to midnight.
Skip the line entrance.
Adults: 14€ | Children (3 to 12 years old): 7€
Children under 3 years old free
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