Olympic and Sports Museum Joan Antoni Samaranch, Barcelona
(3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • The best part of this place is once you buy tickets and get inside, you can participate in almost all the Olympic Games in offline mode, we tried all the sports football on that super green grass cour...  more »
  • Admission to the Museum was included in our Barcelona pass. We are not particularly interested in the sport but found this very nice museum visit. Sports activities at the end of visit and the films have much more to children. Metro line 2 or 3 stop Paral Lel then funicular and 10 minute walk. See next then the stadium free.
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  • We were next and although the sport don't we interested not too we visited this place pretty quickly the memories of Samaranch are no more interesting.
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  • Interesting exhibits with a lot to see however needs improvements/updates. Could be an A+ museum with some updates. Perhaps things are lost in translation but Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and others were not known as the "3 Monsters", Basketball was invented in the USA (even if Naismith was born and raised in Canada), while very talented with a great career I don't believe Mia Hamm is the greatest soccer/football player in history. There is very little on the winners for the 92 Olympics that aren't of Spanish/Catalan descent. Only a small blurb and fuzzy picture of the Dream Team, however there is a giant picture and a video of Joe Montana playing in the Super Bowl (American Football is not an Olympic sport). The admission price was very reasonable though (5.10 in Euros) and it was very quiet and not at all crowded inside.
  • Moderately inaccurate facts about most north american sports. Not a lot of mention of cricket considering its global popularity. The amount of information severely declines after the 2008 olympics. Not much about London, Brazil, Sochi, and Vancouver. Barely mentioned the 1972 Munich hostage crisis. Kind of funny that they don't consider ice hockey to be Canada's favorite sport. Overall it was good, could use some improvements.
  • Interesting sport museum, the main focus is the Olympics but has some information on other areas too.
  • Important place with free entry and many beautiful places
  • Good Museum , lots of stuff on Barcelona 1992 and temporary exhibition on Rio 2016 and has nearly all the Olympic torches