Barcelona has become the first major European city with its own Olympics museum, the Museu Olímpic i de l'Esport. The museum is located on Montjuïc hill, and offers a unique experience of the Olympic movement and sport. The city's passion to sports reached its pinnacle with 1992 Barcelona's Olympics.
This innovative museum provides its visitors with an overview of the different sport disciplines that exist today, using state-of-the art technology and interactive exhibitions, as well as multimedia installations.
New technologies play an important role in the museum's content and exhibitions, and the vast potential of its interactive displays means visitors can experience sport as never before. Using its simulators, they can run against Carl Lewis, see how Mark Spitz used to swim, improve their aerodynamics on a bicycle and compare the actual weight that weightlifting champions can actually lift. A thrilling sport experience.
Visitors can also see a permanent exhibition commemorating Olympic cities, and the fitrst televised Olympic Games, compare the shoes worn by sporting greats such as Michael Jordan, Pau Gasol and Roberto Dueñas, discover the Samaranch Collection, and enjoy live sport.
Buy it now and access to December 2020!
: Av. de l'Estadi, 60 (in front of Estadi Olímpic). Bus: 55.Times
- From October to March: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10am to 6pm. Sunday and public holidays from 10am to 2.30pm.
- From April to October: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10am to 8pm. Sunday and public holidays, from 10am to 2.30pm.
: 1/1, 1/5, 25/12 and 26/12.Services
: Guided tours, café, restaurant and shop.
The Olympic Museum will remain closed until further notice.
- Children under 7 and senior over 65, free.
- Free admission: 12/2 (Santa Eulàlia) 18/5 (Museums International day) and 24/9 (La Mercè).
Customer services provider: MUSEU OLÍMPIC I DE L'ESPORT JOAN ANTONI SAMARANCH