Barcelona is a real box of surprises! The city is continuously offering its citizens, visitors, and tourists immersive experiences they have never witnessed before.
No matter what day of the year you are in Barcelona... there is the perfect plan for you. Experience Barcelona from a different perspective. Experience it by attending the best exhibitions of the moment: art exhibitions, photography exhibitions and much more!
Why is Barcelona the ideal place to host exhibitions?
Barcelona is currently considered an enclave with an undeniable cultural wealth. It is one of the cities in the world with the most monuments listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. It also stands out for its more than 170 cultural festivals held annually, in addition to its various museums. A cosmopolitan and innovative city and a reference in the design scene, whether related to the world of fashion, architecture, or art.
All these ingredients contribute to build an ideal space of creativity and artistic and multicultural spirit, perfect for developing all kinds of exhibitions.
Enjoy the exhibitions of the moment in Barcelona
With the aim of multiplying the satisfaction of your experience in Barcelona, we propose the following list of the best exhibitions to visit today in Barcelona. Hurry, some of them are only for a limited time!
Thanks to immersive projections on giant screens, virtual reality glasses, interactive tools, and exhibition spaces, you'll feel like you're inside the painting of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt. Experience the great work of the modernist artist and his world like never before.
Location: IDEAL Digital Arts Centre Barcelona (Calle del Dr. Trueta, 196)
How to arrive: If you are staying at the Grand Hotel Central you can get there in less than 15 minutes by car or taxi or in just 17 minutes by taking line 4 of the Barcelona metro.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 11.00 to 20:00
Price: General ticket 16,50€
Calendar: Until 17 November 2021
Banksy is one of today's most mysterious, innovative, and influential artists. Through his murals, he has managed to captivate art lovers all over the world by denouncing politics. Such is his impact that Banksy’s exhibition in Barcelona is having a resounding success, so much so that his stay has been extended until the end of the year.
Location: Espacio Trafalgar (Calle Trafalgar, 34).
How to arrive: If you are staying at the Grand Hotel Central you can get there in 8 minutes on foot, in 3 minutes by car or taxi or in just 7 minutes by taking bus 47, V15 or V17 of the Barcelona bus line.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00 and Thursday night session until 21:00
Price: General ticket 12€
Calendar: Until 31 December 2021
This exhibition reflects the artistic relationship between Catalonia and Japan through ceramics by means of two 20th century ceramists: Josep Llorens Artigas and Hamada Shōji. The exhibition, which supports the art of ceramics with photographs and documents from the period, will surprise you. And if you haven't yet visited the MNAC, Spain's leading art museum, you can take advantage of this outing to do so.
Location: MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia)
How to arrive: If you are staying at the Grand Hotel Central you can get there in less than 15 minutes by car or taxi or in 30 minutes by taking line 1 of the Barcelona metro.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00. Sunday from 10:00 to 15:00.
Price: Exhibition only 4€. General admission 12€. Saturdays from 15:00h and first Sunday of the month free.
Calendar: Until 17 November 2021
Team Lab, art, technology, nature
Considered one of the most modern exhibitions of the moment in Barcelona, thanks to the combination and good use it makes of technology, nature and art, it manages to offer an immersive and multisensory experience. It might even make you think twice about the relationship we have with everything around us.
Location: CaixaForum Barcelona (Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8)
How to arrive: If you are staying at the Grand Hotel Central you can get there in less than 15 minutes by car or taxi or in just 20 minutes by taking line 1 or 3 of the Barcelona metro.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00
Price: General admission 6€. Free for CaixaBank customers and children under 16.
Calendar: Until 9 January 2022
39 lithographs and etchings by Chagall present what has been called an oasis of beauty and spirituality in Barcelona. You will be able to contemplate ''The Seven Deadly Sins'' and ''Drawings for the Bible'', unique Gothic works in the universe of the French plastic artist.
Location: Diocesan Museum of Barcelona (Av. de la Catedral, 4 and in the Cathedral itself).
How to arrive: If you are staying at the Grand Hotel Central you can get there in just 1 minute on foot.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 20:00
Price: General admission 12€.
Calendar: Until 28 October 2021
Buy your ticket at the museum itself!
And you, which one are you going to choose? An infinite number of new experiences are waiting for you...