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From Monday to Sunday 10h-20h (last admission at 19h

We recommend you buy the ticket online at: (It is necessary to choose the time slot and be punctual. You can also purchase directly at the ticket offices at Palau Martorell.

Due to the limited capacity, we recommend you buy the anticipated entry through our website to avoid queuing and waiting for availability to get in. In the process of buying the ticket, it is necessary select the time slot, please come on time so that we can offer a better experience. Tickets can also be purchased directly at the Palau Martorell ticket office.

Access to the exhibition halls ends 60 minutes before closing time, the halls will be vacated 10 minutes before closing time.

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Where are we and how to come

Palau Martorell Carrer Ample, 11 - 08002 Barcelona

Tel. (+34) 680 709 373


L3: Drassanes-450m. A 5 minutes walk

L4: Jaume primer-650m. A 7 minutes walk


Stop "Moll de la fusta" Lines: H14, V13, 59, 120, D20



There are three car parks on the same street (Carrer Ample).


France Station-850m. 11 minutes walk.





14€- General ticket

10€- General ticket

8€- Group ticket

Reduced ticket:

-Over 65 years old and/or pensioners

-Disabled + accompanying person

-Unemployed persons (DARDO)

-Students and/or youth card

Large and/or single-parent familie

Free admission:

-Children under 12 years of age

-Tourist guides of Catalonia

Group ticket at 8€ per person. Groups must be a minimum of 10 people and a maximum of 20. We do not organize groups ourselves, but we do offer guided tours. For availability please contact




- There are lifts and stair lifts. The Customer Service staff will guide you and activate the platforms to make it easier for you to get around.

- Access to the Palau is via the side of the building.

- Guide dogs are allowed into the building and the rooms.

- There are benches both upstairs and downstairs.

- Lift button panels are marked with Braille.

- Lift: we have a large-capacity lift so that people who need a wheelchair can use it to get around, always accompanied by Palau staff, who will make the visit more agile, using alternative routes.

- Adapted toilets.




-Keep your ticket in a safe place during the visit.

The Artworks

Preserving the artworks and ensuring their conservation remains our topmost priority, necessitating strict temperature control within the exhibition rooms. Consequently, you may notice that both temperature and lighting levels are kept low, possibly requiring you to bring along a light jacket.

Additionally, we kindly request that all visitors maintain a hushed tone to avoid disrupting fellow visitants.

Access with pets

With the exception of guide dogs, all pets are prohibited from entering the Palau.


You may take photographs without flash and recordings in domestic format in the exhibition rooms. Tripods and selfie sticks are not permitted.

If you require special permissions for press, kindly reach out to us in advance at beforehand.

Use of mobile phone

Please switch your mobile phone on silent mode and maintain moderate speaking volume.

Food and drink

It is not allowed to bring any food or beverages into the Palau Martorell.


Visitors must refrain from running or raising their voices within the exhibition rooms to prevent accidents and disturbance to fellow visitors.

For the protection and preservation of the artworks touching the objects is strictly prohibited.

In case of an evacuation, please adhere to the instructions provided by Palau Martorell staff.

Room closures

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Smoke-free area

The Palau Martorell is a smoke-free venue. Smoking is not permitted in any part of the building.

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