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Barcelona museums and attractions closed during coronavirus lockdown

Barcelona museums and attractions close their doors to do their part in preventing the spread of coronavirus COVID-19

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By Marc Andreu and Time Out Barcelona Editors |
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The general shutdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus also affects Barcelona's museums, attractions, monuments and cultural centres, which started closing their doors and cancelling or postponing activities and events on March 13. Here we began a list prior to March 14 to keep you abreast of the museums and attractions that will be closed until at least April 11 (this date updated as of March 23) or until further assessment is done by health officials and governing bodies, though as of March 14 the shutdown is more generalised across the city. Other events and festivals in Barcelona have been cancelled or postponed as well.

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Closed Barcelona museums and attractions

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L'Aquarium
Photograph: Olivia Rutherford / Time Out
Attractions, Zoos and aquariums

Barcelona Aquarium CLOSED

El Gòtic

The city's popular Aquarium has also closed as of March 13 in accordance with local regulations, until further notice.

Jardí Botànic
Photograph: Jardí Botànic
Attractions

Botanical Garden of Barcelona CLOSED

Sants - Montjuïc

Barcelona's 'Jardí Botànic' atop Montjuïc, along with all the city's parks and gardens, remain closed until further notice. People are advised to avoid parks and gardens that are not surrounded by gates and therefore cannot be physically closed.

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Casa Garriga Nogués
Photograph: Fundación Mapfre
Museums, Specialist interest

Mapfre Foundation CLOSED

Dreta de l'Eixample

This art collection stored in the emblematic Casa Garriga-Nogues in Barcelona is closed to the public temporarily and until further notice.

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Museums, History

Music Museum CLOSED

Fort Pienc

Barcelona's Museu de la Música is closed from March 13, with a possible extended closure upon review of prevention measures.

Fundació Suñol
Photograph: Roberto Ruiz
Museums, Specialist interest

Suñol Foundation CLOSED

Barcelona

The Fundació Suñol is closed until further notice, and all upcoming activities are postponed. 

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Museu Frederic Marès
Photograph: Museu Frederic Marès – Guillem F-H
Museums, Art and design

Frederic Marès Museum CLOSED

El Gòtic

The Frederic Marès Museum is closed from March 13 until further notice as developments occur. 

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And when the confinement period is over...

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