Chocolate Museum Tickets in Barcelona

For anyone who is a chocolate lover, we would strongly recommend buying entry tickets online to Barcelona's Chocolate Museum which will provide you with an exceptional experience that's full of really unique flavors.  The meeting between history, art and the different flavors of Catalan chocolate will really surprise you.  In addition to this, we're talking about an optimal destination for families who find themselves visiting the Catalan capital and are wondering what they can see which will be fun for the children.


€6.00  About 1 hour  Daily (except Fridays)


The Chocolate Museum
The Chocolate Museum, Barcelona


Visit the Chocolate Museum and immerse yourself in the discovery of one of the most famous works of art in Barcelona which have been created with great skill in the building.  In addition to the exhibits, you will also find out about the history of chocolate from its earliest origins up to the present day in a fun and tasty way! 

Description

The Chocolate Museum is the perfect idea with which to enrich your experience of Barcelona in an ideal location for families where both adults and children can have fun on a voyage of discovery about the history of chocolate and enjoy the opportunity to taste some Catalan chocolate. In fact, chocolate has played an important role both culturally and economically in Catalonia, leaving its mark with may traditional sweets such as rice balls, and chocolate almonds.  At the entrance to the museum, the electronic access will turn into a delicious bar of chocolate and once you are inside the building, you will have the chance to admire a wide range of sculptures of every kind, including representations of some of the city's most famous icons.  Some examples of the famous sites that have been reproduced in chocolate are Park Güell and Camp Nou.  As well as this, you will also be able to find out all about the history of chocolate from its earliest origins through a variety of films and documents. 

Useful information

For visitors to the city, it is worth knowing that the Chocolate Museum which is located at No. 36 Carrer del Comerç is situated just a short distance from the Picasso Museum which is at 15-23 Carrer Montcada.  Both museums are located in the Born Neighborhood.  For chocolate lovers, we would also recommend a visit to the famous Amatller House Museum which was the home of one of the most famous chocolate makers in Barcelona.  In this delightful building which is situated on the famous Passeig de Gracia, you will be able to visit the in-house museum and enjoy a delicious cup of chocolate which has been prepared in the vintage kitchen. 

You should bear in mind that:

  Adult entry tickets cost €6.00;

  Children under the age of 7 enter free of charge;

  Entry Tickets with Skip the Queue included;

  Average duration of a visit: around 1 hour;

  Entry tickets are available immediately on your smartphone; 

  A delicious bar of chocolate will be your gift to take away; 

  Available daily, except on Fridays.

How to get there 

The Chocolate Museum which is situated at No. 36 Carrer del Comerç, is connected by the Metro Lines travelling in the direction of Jaume I or Arc de Triomf. Or, with the following bus routes: 39, 40, 42, 45, 51, 120, H16, V15 or V17.

How to buy entry tickets online

  • Select the date on the calendar on which you would like to make your visit;
  • In this instance, it isn't necessary to indicate the time of your visit, just click on the button "Check Availability" in order to continue;
  • Select the number of entry tickets required;
  • Fill out the booking details or login with Facebook or Google;
  • Effect your payment for the entry tickets with your preferred payment method and receive your entry tickets immediately via email;
  • On the day of your visit, just show your entry tickets on your smartphone and Skip the Queue.
What's included 

  Entry tickets with Skip the Queue; 

  A visit lasting around one hour; 

  Specific timetables aren't applied, you can just arrive whenever you like between 10:00 and 19:00 and between 10:00 and 20:00 in the summer months; 

  Entry tickets shown on smartphones are accepted; 

Opening Times 

The Museum is open daily, except on Fridays. 

  • From Monday to Saturday: 10:00 - 19:00;
  • Sundays and holidays:  10:00 - 15:00;
  • From the 15th June until the 15th September, from Monday to Saturday at 10:00 - 20:00
  • Sundays and holidays: 10:00 - 15:00.
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