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The Parc Joan Miro was built in honor of the 20th century painter and sculptor from Barcelona, Joan Miró. He was born in 1893 in Barcelona and studied at the local academy of Fine Arts. He later moved to Paris and began developing an increasingly surreal style.

The Parc Joan Miró consists of two levels. The lower level was built with pine, palm and eucalyptus trees. There are flower beds that are very colorful in the spring and summer. The upper level is tiled and includes the crown jewel of the park, one of the last sculptures by Joan Miró, entitled ‘Dona i Ocell’ (woman with bird).

Come visit the work of the Catalan surrealist which is exhibited at the Fundació Joan Miró located in the Montjuïc Parc!

Because of the enormous waiting lines we advise you to buy your tickets online at Ticketbar!


Parc de Montjuïc,  08038 Barcelona, Espanya

How to get there:

Metro L1, stop Plaça Espanya
L3, stop Tarragona.
Bus 27, 30, 43, 44 and 109. Barcelona Bus Turístic, stop Plaça d’Espanya.

Actual Corona situation:

Friday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm.
The temporary expo will open to the public from June 19.

Coronavirus tips:
  • Adults and children are required to wear face masks during their visit.
  • You must keep the 2-meter distance from other people and follow the museum staff’s instructions in order to avoid contact.
  • Follow the suggested itinerary for visiting the exhibitions.
  • Follow the instructions regarding the maximum number of visitors posted at the entrance of each exhibition room.
  • Try not to touch any surfaces.
  • Wash your hands often and use the hand sanitizer dispensers.
  • Accompany your children while you are in the exhibition rooms.
  • The gift shop is open. The bookshop and the restaurant are closed until further notice.

Buy your ticket online and skip the line!