Moco Museum Barcelona opens its doors to the public on 16 October 2021, marking a new, exciting chapter! It’s no secret that our founding spirit has always been to see the world so enlightened that peace and unity are inevitable. And now, our vision is coming true. Get your tickets to experience the new Moco Museum in Barcelona!
The Barcelona Collection
Moco Museum in Barcelona exhibits a diverse and inspiring collection of modern, contemporary, and unique street art pieces. We curate our exhibitions with the Moco Members in mind – a community of art lovers with questioning minds. Why? Because, in our fast-paced, anxious, sometimes uncertain world, it is hard to define what the truth is. In art we trust to champion the truth and broaden our perspectives.
To read in detail which exhibitions are on view at Moco Museum Barcelona, click here! Or click below for tickets and experience the Moco Museum Exhibitions in Barcelona. 1 entrance ticket for all exhibitions!
The Heart of Barcelona
A new museum is born in El Born – Moco Museum Barcelona! Located at c / Montcada 25 in Barcelona, Moco Museum takes over the space of Palacio Cervelló, formerly the private residence of the noble Cervelló family until the 18th Century.
Moco Museum in Barcelona boosts the energy of this location to inspire and enlighten our world through art and welcome all. Already, Moco Museum Amsterdam welcomed nearly 2 million visitors from over 120 different nations. Now, we continue our mission to make art accessible by providing one-of-a-kind experiences aimed at a broad audience.
Love at First Sight
From its beautiful beaches to the iconic FC Barcelona sports club, the Catalonia capital city has so much to offer. With a strong influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts, it’s no wonder why Barcelona is one of the world’s major global cities. Moreover, Barcelona’s young, vibrant population and Moco Museum are a match made in heaven!
Rich Cultural History
Even since its birth as a Roman city in the Middle Ages, the heritage and history of Barcelona continue to evolve to this day – its architectural backdrop is unlike any other city. Buildings such as Hospital de Sant Pau, Palau de la Música, and Fundació Antoni Tàpies by Lluís Domènech I Montaner and the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Distinctly, Gaudí’s best-known work – the immense but still unfinished church of Sagrada Família – has been under construction since 1882 and is scheduled for completion in 2026.
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