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Museu Egipci de Barcelona

On the tracks of the history of Egypt - A visit to the Egyptian Museum is FREE and you save € 12 with the Barcelona City Pass.

Old Hieroglyphics of the Egyptian museum Museo Egipci de Barcelona

Opening hours Museu Egipci de Barcelona

Monday-Friday: 10am-2pm and 4pm-7:30pm
Saturday: 10am-3pm and 4pm-7:30pm
Sunday: 10am-2pm

Entrance fees Museu Egipci de Barcelona

Adults: 12 €
Children from 6 - 14 years: 5 €
Youths from 15 - 18 years and seniors: € 8.50

Address Museu Egipci de Barcelona

Calle Valencia 284 08007 Barcelona

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Highlights Museu Egipci de Barcelona

  • Collection with more than 700 objects
  • Museum in the Eixample district 
  • Nightly guided tours with theatrical interludes 

History and Information Museu Egipci de Barcelona

The individual objects in the Museu Egipci de Barcelona are assigned to the different periods, descriptions, information boards and summary explanations facilitate access and classification. 

The special exhibitions take place in the basement and the library is also located there, including several original works by Howard Carter, the discoverer of Tutankhamun's tomb. The museum is located in the centre of the Eixample district and has an exhibition area of more than 2,000 square metres. 

From time to time, the museum organises events worth seeing and experiencing, such as nightly guided tours with theatre interludes that explain the ritual of mummification, the empire of Ramses II and the last days of Cleopatra VII. In the otherwise dark museum, only the objects that are significant for the tour are illuminated. In addition to the lecture, it is mainly scenic presentations in which actors in period costumes make important events tangible. 

With the Barcelona City Pass you will get free admission.

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