If you want to enjoy art in Barcelona for free , you can not only visit one of the many museums of the city for free at the weekend , but there are also many free art exhibitions in Barcelona that can be seen any day.
Exhibitions at the Pati Llimona
Located in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, it has several exhibition halls where you can enjoy visual art and photography exhibitions.
Open on weekdays from 9am to 9.30pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm and from 4pm to 8pm.
The Palau Robert, in the heart of Passeig de Gràcia, Diagonal corner is a famous art exhibition center in the center of Barcelona.
This neoclassical building has more than 1000 square meters of space and its landscaped courtyard houses many art exhibitions.
In the covered part, its two floors and its accessory buildings, also usually shelter exhibitions of diverse artists.
Center d’Imatge del Palau Virreina
Located on the most famous street in Barcelona -Las Ramblas- , the Virreina Palace (La Rambla 99, very close to La Boquería) houses the Center of Imatge La Virreina where there are many free art exhibitions.
We will be able to enter without paying to its galleries and halls to enjoy diverse expositions of diverse artistic disciplines.
Center d’Art Contemporani Fabra i Coats
What was once a well-known textile factory, is now a place where we can often see contemporary art projects .
Located in the popular Sant Andreu neighborhood , very close to La Maquinista shopping center , this is one of the most famous exhibition centers in Barcelona.
Center d’Arts Santa Mònica
Also on La Rambla, but a bit higher than the Palau de la Virreina. The Arts Santa Mònica usually hosts exhibitions on architecture, performing arts, visual arts, design, music, etc. In Christmas times we can also see a curious exhibition of pebbles (Nativity).
Remember that in addition to these free exhibition centers, there are many activities in Barcelona that you can do without spending a cent. Whether you are a tourist or a citizen of Barcelona, we can not always or do not want to spend money, so we have more posts where we tell you what to do free in Barcelona