Must visit in Gothic quarter behind the Catedral. Discover the hidden past of Barcelona. Excellent voice commentary and clear directions. Amazing.
About Museu d'Historia de Barcelona - MUHBA
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Beautifully presented Roman and early Christian excavations which are far more extensive than I would have imagined. Truly a wow. You are literally walking around practically under the Cathedral. Lighting is excellent. Explanations are great.
This museum takes you on a tour of 2000 years of Barcelona's history. You descend 2000 years to recently discovered Roman remains, and see an old launderette with it's own sink and drain, next to which is a dye 'factory'. There is a early viognier...More
Located in seriess of beautiful buildings the museum has various exhibits. The Roman archeological ruins are very interesting and have good explanations. Another memorable exhibit at the end of the museum is the Printing and Engraving Exhibition, worth the time to see in some detail...More
This is a great little museum. Don't miss it if you are in Barcelona and have any interest in archeology and Barcelona's Roman history. In the basement of the museum, they have preserved the foundations of a large section of Roman ruins. You walk on...More
Very good restoration of the ruins, from inside the ancient city. Note that it is quite hot down there, even with some ventilation. Then upstairs for the rest of the exhibition, which is largely focused on the religious history. Overall, we found the matters covered...More
At a loss to fill your time, the Museum is well worth a visit. Free admission every first Wednesday of the month. Cool, calm atmosphere. Well worth the visit.
The museum is organized and informative for those who want to understand the history of the city. It has historical value from ancient to modern time. It is strategically located (near Gothic quarter) and reasonably priced - so I feel it deserves more tourists. A...More
This is worth a visit while in Barcelona. It is fascinating to see the foundation of the ancient city and it is free entry.