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The Fundació Joan Miró was created by Miró himself, at first principally with works from his own private collection, with a desire to set up an internationally recognised centre in Barcelona for Miró scholarship and contemporary art research, and to...more
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It's peaceful, it's quiet, it's eye-appealing, it's comprehensive. Nice shop, nice restaurant. If you are a fan of Miro, you are guaranteed to love it. If you are uncertain, go and I bet you'll become a fan. It's fun to look at!
The Miro Foundation building is itself a distinctive and living work of art -- brilliantly conceived and executed to fit the landscape and to exhibit the art. And then there is the work itself! We did not go with a guide or even bother with...More
I viewed a Miro' exhibit at the Nasher near Duke University's Campus a few years ago. It was boring. Mostly sculpture. Mostly primary colors. Mostly Miro bird perches. Mostly rooms crowded not with visitors but with the art amalgam. Mostly a one note samba.
We took a guided English tour (20 Euros each). There were 4 people on the tour. The guide was somewhat knowledgeable, however spoke in a very soft voice. Several elementary school groups were present during this scheduled tour making it almost impossible to hear our...More
If you like Miro or just want to know his art better, this is 5e place for you. The museum was designed for his work so it provides a lovely home for some of Miro’s Best works. Not too busy or cramped, the layout allows...More
We had a new and ever higher regard for Joan Miro after seeing this. Great pieces, very well presented. Spacious and calm. And a great sit-down restaurant, with really good food. Also has a more casual indoor-and-out sit-down cafe.
Take the 55 bus from Placa de Catalunya and it will let you off in front of the Museum... and take the bus home from a few feet away. You can take the Metro, but you have a walk up a substantial 'hill' to get to the museum... More
Take the 55 bus from Placa de Catalunya and it will let you off in front of the Museum... and take the bus home from a few feet away. You can take the Metro, but you have a walk up a substantial 'hill' to get to the museum..
If you want to explore the Poble Sec neighborhood (and there are some really good eats there) take the bus to the Museum, then walk down through the park when you're finished and you're in the heart of the neighborhood. Then you can take the Metro home.
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When is Fundacio Joan Miro open?
Fundacio Joan Miro is open Sun (10:00 AM - 3:00 PM), Tue - Wed (10:00 AM - 6:00 PM), Thu (10:00 AM - 9:00 PM), Fri (10:00 AM - 6:00 PM), Sat (10:00 AM - 8:00 PM). Buy tickets in advance on TripAdvisor. If you book with TripAdvisor, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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