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Museu Nacional d' Art de Catalunya
Palau Nacional, Parc de Montjuïc, Barcelona 08038 • 93-622-0376
MONTJUÏC. Named a national museum in 1990, this is the world's greatest collection of Romanesque mural paintings and home also to an impressive array of 14th and 15th century Gothic art.

Museu Arqueologic 
Passeig Santa Madrona, 39, Parc de Montjuïc, Barcelona 08038 • 93-423-2149
MONTJUÏC. Exhibits trace Barcelona's storied history via Carthaginian, Iberian, Roman and Greek artifacts, as well as a good collection of maps, photographs, art and educational material.

Museu d' Art Contemporani
Plaza Angels, 1, Barcelona 08001 • 93-481-3368 • 93-412-0810
OLD TOWN. Noteworthy collection of regional, national and international contemporary art. Most material is from the last 50 years and represents a wide range of mediums. The museum hosts a variety of events such as concerts, seminars, and lectures. The gift shop has a great selection of unique items.

Fundacio Joan Miro
Avenida Miramar, 71, Parc de Montjuïc, Barcelona 08038 • 93-443-9470
MONTJUÏC. Established by Joan Miro as a forum for contemporary art, the museum displays much of Miro's work here beside works of other artists. The art aficionado can stand in awe at more than 14,000 pieces, including paintings, sculptures, textiles and drawings. Those interested can learn about art by taking a workshop, course or seminar or attend a classical music performance in the auditorium.

Palau de la Virreina
Les Rambles, 99, Barcelona 08002 • 93-316-1000
OLD TOWN. This 18th century Baroque palace was originally commissioned by Peruvian viceroy Manual Amat in honor of his wife. Luxurious ensemble of period decor. Now a photography museum the Palau also serves as Barcelona's town council cultural headquarters. The noteworthy exhibition center also features work from contemporary Catalan authors. 

Museu Frederic Marès
Plaça Sant Iu, 5-6, Barcelona 08002 • 93-256-3500
OLD TOWN. Former home of sculptor Frederic Mares that he donated to the city for the purpose of opening an art museum. It houses a fabulous collection of medieval sculpture, Gothic and Romanesque art, and many 19th century artifacts. There is also a unique exhibit of children's toys.

Museu Picasso
Carrer Montcada, 15-23, Barcelona 08003 • 93-256-30-00
OLD TOWN. Two adjoining medieval palaces comprise this remarkable museum that houses 4,251 of the artist's early works, engravings, pottery, sculpture, and lithographs. Picasso, who spent much of his youth in Barcelona, donated this collection to the museum as a token of his affection for the city.