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Museu de la Musica

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Museu de la Musica

133 Reviews
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Visit this off-the-beaten-path Antoni Gaudí home on a self-guided tour of Casa Vicens. While less visited than some of Gaudí’s other Barcelona masterpieces—such as the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell—touring this historic house provides a deeper insight into the acclaimed architect. Plus, unlike Gaudí’s more crowded attractions, you can take unobscured photos of the building's unique architecture without hoards of people getting in the way.
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Kat wrote a review Jan 2020
Beijing, China68 contributions8 helpful votes
An amazing collection of instruments. Covering centuries and with items from all over the world. The room full of guitars was my favorite!
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Date of experience: January 2020
LCPL wrote a review Jul 2019
Quebec, Canada55 contributions2 helpful votes
Incredible collection of instruments, many of which you will not find anywhere else. Can easily allow 90 minutes to move through the large space. Displays are very well set up. Admission is free with the Barcelona Card. Otherwise, it is 6 Euro entrance fee and well worth it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Gabi Haran, traveling OBGYN wrote a review May 2019
Kfar Saba, Israel309 contributions32 helpful votes
This place is good for spending an easy hour on a Sunday. The place has a great variety of music instruments and you can hear them playing as you move along the museum path. At the end you have some instruments you can play with. Fun experience for kids and the kids in hearts.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Christopher W wrote a review Oct 2018
Devon, United Kingdom22 contributions9 helpful votes
While not a bad place it can be boring unless you are really into musical instruments. I guess for me, while I like music I found the overall experience a bit boring and sped through it. Now I do not want to detract from it being a lovely museum which is pleasantly laid out and does host a large collection of instruments but as said, unless you like seeing various instruments it's not an ideal cup of tea. And for a music museum it was awfully quiet! Maybe some more atmosphere would have made it better. It is off the usual tourist track so no crowds which is a pleasure in itself.
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Date of experience: August 2018
Laura A wrote a review Sep 2018
Brooklyn, United States7 contributions2 helpful votes
Off the beaten path in Barcelona, this is definitely worth a visit if you have any interest in music. The instruments were beautiful and the setting was thoughtful. It's a great quiet place for a visit since it seems that not too many people know about it.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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