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Museu Maritim, Barcelona
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Museu Maritim features a royal shipyard from the 13th century, including a full-size, authentic barge, the highlight of this popular and impressive attraction. Boats both big and small are open to explore, and there’s plenty of information on the history of navigation, mapping, and other technologies of ocean voyaging. Don’t miss the on-site cafe for affordable, delicious meals with local foods, like octopus and chickpea stew. See Museu Maritim and all Barcelona has to offer by arranging your trip with our Barcelona trip builder.
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Un museo curioso para aprender un poco más sobre los barcos y los juguetes relacionados. Para pasar un buen rato con los niñosA Museum of curious to learn a little more about the boats and related toys. To have a good time with childrenshow original
We visited this museum earlier this week. It's located in some centuries-old shipyard buildings on the waterfront, which are constructed in stone gothic style with large and high arches to accommodate... read more »
Al trabajar muy muy cerquita si no voy a tomar el te de la mañana bajo al café de mediodía o incluso alguna vez a degustar su menú diario. El menú es moderno,sofisticado y clásico a la vez. Muy bien p... read more »To work very very close if not I will take the you low morning noon coffee or even sometime to enjoy your daily menu. The menu is modern, sophisticated and classic at the same time. Very well presented and in their fair portions. Value for money hardly surmountableshow original
Very close to Colon's statue in Barcelona this museum is located inside Les Drassanes, an authentic medieval age shipyard. Inside you can walk around many ships and expositions about maritime subjects. It is normally very quiet in contrast of nearby Les Rambles and the whole space is air conditioned. There is a nice restaurant with a terrace outside the museum.
The highlights are the building, which is the medieval shipyard of the Catalonian navy, and a life size replica of the 1571 flagship of the Holy League, which fought in the Battle of Lepanto. The rest of the museum was a little underwhelming, with mainly paintings and small models of ships. Recommended if you have more than 2 or 3 days in Barcelona, especially for military history buffs.
A simple but well done museum, with real boats, reproductions and animations. It's only 7€ and with the ticket you can visit an old boat in the harbour. Worth the price !
Great place to bring kids but has enough information to keep the adults entertained. Large collection of different types of ships and boats in a beautiful and historical building.
Interesting museum but somehow got a feeling of emptiness because of the way the ships and boats were put. It costs 7€ and reduced to 3,5€.
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