The 15 most recommended museums in Spain

On the occasion of International Museum Day, which is held today May 18, the social app Peoople has analyzed on its platform (with more than 10 million users), which are the most recommended museums in Spain. The City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia tops the list of preferences. Followed by the National Museum of Art of Catalonia or the Picasso Museum of Barcelona. In the ranking, although they do not occupy the first positions, there are three museums that stand out for being the most photographic: like the Big Fun Museum in Barcelona, ​​which ranks fourth, the Museum of Illusions in Madrid, which ranks sixth, or the sweetest museum in Madrid, Sweet Space, which is ranked eight.

The top 10 of the most recommended museums in Spain

1. City of Arts and Sciences (Valencia)

In the old course of the river Turia, this architectural, cultural and entertainment complex is located, which occupies the first place in the ranking. The city, which has just turned 23 since the inauguration of the Imax Cinema and Hemisfèric Planetarium, also has the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe or the Oceanogràfic, among others.

2. National Museum of Art of Catalonia (Barcelona)

Located in the National Palace of Montjuic, the National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC) stands out for its collection of Romanesque art, considered the most complete in the world. According to Peoople, the art gallery is one of the user’s favorites.

3. Picasso Museum (Barcelona)

Pablo Picasso was very close to Barcelona since his youth. The Picasso Museum in Barcelona has more than 3,000 works by the Malaga painter, among which are: “Man with a beret”, “Portrait of Aunt Pepa”, “Science and charity”, “The divan”, “The woman in the cap “,” El abrazo “, or his particular version of” Las Meninas “.

4. Big Fun Museum (Barcelona)

At the end of 2018, this museum was born, which stands out for being one of the most photographic ones on the Peoople list of recommendations. Located in the nerve center of the city, La Rambla de Barcelona, ​​there are 2500 m2 of fun: the House of the giant, the House upside down, the Sweet Museum, the museum of Guinness records, food art, Alice through the looking glass , the Museum of Madness and a ball pit for children and adults.

5. Club del Futbol Club Barcelona (Barcelona)

It is one of the great attractions of the city and one of the most recommended museums in Spain according to Peoople. The Camp Nou museum has brought together, since 1984, the Catalans from all over the world.

6. Museum of Illusions (Madrid)

After opening in 18 cities around the world, in 2020 this museum was inaugurated in Madrid, which has already crept into the favorites of users. Visitors can observe and interact with more than 50 illusions that play with vision, perception and science.

7. Barcelona Maritime Museum (Barcelona)

This is one of the most important marine-themed museums in the Mediterranean. The collections of ship models, nautical instruments, maritime painting or the replica of the Royal Galley of Joan of Austria, among others, stand out.

8. Sweet Space (Madrid)

The sweetest museum in Madrid has crept into the ranking despite being open to the public for only a few months. Peoople users recommend this interactive adventure through a universe in which colors, sweets and creativity are the protagonists.

9. Archaeological Museum of Seville (Seville)

Although it is temporarily closed to the public for rehabilitation, it is one of the favorites for lovers of history and archeology. The museum is organized into 27 rooms arranged in chronological order, from Prehistory (Lower Palaeolithic) to the Middle Ages.

10. Prado National Museum (Madrid)

The ‘house’ of Las Meninas and the Garden of Delights ranks tenth among the most recommended museums. On the occasion of Museum Day, access to it is free.

The five museums that complete the top 15

11. Museum of Cádiz (Cádiz)

12. Tour Bernabéu (Madrid)

13. European Museum of Modern Art (Barcelona)

14. Salzillo Museum (Murcia)

15. Archaeological Museum of Murcia (MAM)

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