Before your visit
To choose the day you want to visit, you can check the Fundació's website, where you will see some of the works from the Joan Miró collection and find out what temporary exhibitions and activities we are offering.
We recommend several paths that you can take in Montjuïc park and enjoy walking to the Fundació.
We suggest that you purchase your tickets online and download them onto your cell phone.
During your visit
You can download the free audio guide. If you did not bring your own headphones, you can buy some at the ticket counter. You can also download the accessible guide.
You can also download the museum floor plan.
Throughout the museum, you will find other resources and information for your individual or family visit.
Joan Miró and Josep Lluís Sert designed an itinerary with places for visitors to stop and rest, like the patios with views of the park or the city. Use these places to relax before going back to looking at the works of art.
The museum staff can answer any questions you may have.
You can take a break at the café to restore your energy, and don't forget to stop by the shop or the book store if you want to pick up a reminder of your visit.
After your visit
Access our social media to share the photos and videos you took at the museum, and don't forget to mention us (@fundaciomiro).
You can have an ongoing relationship with the Fundació. Check our support programmes, and if you want to find out about everything we have to offer you, sign up for our newsletter.
When is the museum open?
You can check the museum's opening hours on our website.
Remember that access to the exhibition rooms is allowed until 30 minutes before closing time.
Access to some activities (performances, films) is no longer allowed after the performance or screening begins.
How can I get to the museum?
The Fundació website has instructions on getting here.
What else can I see in Montjuïc?
You can check the Montjuïc website to find out what other facilities are available near the Fundació.
Is the museum accessible?
The Fundació Joan Miró aims to ensure that all visitors are able to experience art. You will find the available resources on our website.
Can we visit as a family?
Yes. You will find answers to your related questions in the Families section.
Can I reserve my ticket in advance?
We recommend that you reserve your ticket before coming to the museum.
Can I pay for my ticket at the entrance desk?
You can buy your ticket directly at the museum.
Are guided tours available?
The Fundació programmes regular tours of the collection.
Can I leave and re-enter?
If the number of visitors permits, you can leave and re-enter the same day, showing your ticket at the entrance.
If you didn't have time to finish visiting the temporary exhibitions, your ticket allows you to come back a second time. Ask the entrance desk staff to validate it for you.
Keep your ticket with you while you are in the museum.
Is there a place where I can leave my things?
Yes. The Fundació has lockers for visitors. You have to use a €1 coin, which you will get back after you pick up your belongings.
To guarantee safety for the works of art, you will have to leave any backpacks or bags measuring more than 30 x 30 cm, umbrellas, motorcycle helmets, drinks, or food in the lockers.
If you are carrying an object that is too large, please contact the customer service staff.
Can I take photographs?
You can take photographs for private use, without using a flash, a tripod or a selfie stick.
If you are a press photographer, please contact the Fundació's Press Department.
For any other uses, please fill in the form you will find on our website.
Can I draw in the exhibition rooms?
You can draw with graphite or coloured pencils.
Do I need a ticket to go to the restaurant, the shop, the book store or the library?
Access to the Fundació's services is free.
Items from the book store and the shop are also available online at MiróShop.
Can I visit the museum with an animal?
For the safety of the visitors and the works on display, only service dogs are allowed on the premises.
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