09 Oct The 6 most curious museums in Barcelona
Barcelona is one of the Spanish cities with the most cultural life and a good example of this is the great number of museums that one can visit. Some museums, however, stand out for offering an alternative to the more traditional ones in terms of their themes, and their collections are interesting for the particularity they display.
From Hotel Arc la Rambla we suggest a visit to some of the most curious museums in Barcelona. These options are attractive to enjoy with the family. Come and see.
This museum is a delight for chocolate lovers. It offers a journey through the history of chocolate since it began to be imported to Europe, history of its production machines and even works of art made with chocolate. In addition, it offers creative activities for children. It was an initiative promoted by the Barcelona Confectionery Guild.
Tibidabo Automaton Museum
This is a collection of 40 unique, automaton figures from the 19th and 20th centuries, inside the Tibidabo Amusement Park.
In the museum you can also see mechanical pieces and toys from other times that will surely surprise the little ones.
Museum of Funeral Floats
If you’re not afraid of funerary objects, this museum will surprise you. It is a collection of funeral carriages located inside the cemetery of Montjuïc. All the carriages on display were used for funerary services in Barcelona for more than a century. They are original and form part of a collection that is unique (and surprising) in Europe.
Museum of Illusions
The Museum of Illusions is a place where you can spend a fun time taking pictures on 3D murals. Children under the age of 4 can enter for free and it is an ideal museum for the whole family. Will you miss the chance to take a photo with Dalí or Barack Obama?
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This museum shows the evolution of bottles and containers of all kinds of perfumes throughout history and all over the world. It is one of the most curious museums in Barcelona, inaugurated in 1963 on Passeig de Gràcia. In addition, it shows the advertising of colognes from different periods and miniature bottles. It is amusing and very curious.
Although not exactly a family museum, the Museum of Eroticism shows the influence of eroticism on the human being from antiquity to the present day. The visitors can see more than 800 pieces related to human sexuality in 14 rooms. And finally, an erotic garden awaits you.
This museum is located in La Rambla in Barcelona and is one of the most curious in Europe.
If you would like more information about any of these museums, do not hesitate to contact the reception staff at Hotel Arc La Rambla. We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona!