Barcelona Wax Museum
Museu de Cera
The Wax Museum collection
The Wax Museum displays more than 200 wax figures of real and fictional characters.
The different thematic areas of the museum houses figures of politics, cinema, science, sports or even the world of fantasy among others. For each thematic group, the Wax Museum has acclimated the space in a spectacular way.
The decor in the Wax Museum
The figures are shown in various thematic areas each of which are very well set. There are not only fantastic sets and costumes for the figures, but there are also elements of light and sound with which the Wax Museum has achieved a unique atmosphere.
It should be added that the building of the Wax Museum is a neoclassical palace and aesthetically is beneficial for many different areas of the museum.
Wax Museum of Barcelona timetable
If you visit the museum, you should know that certain times of the year it closes at noon. Its opening to the public is shown in the following table:
In summer times the museum is open from 10h to 22h uninterrupted.
Wax Museum prices
We have compiled the following table where you can see the prices of the Wax Museum of Barcelona, made with 2015 rates.
The Wax Museum also offers a pack consisting of the entrance to the museum, a booklet, an audio guide and a discount for the cafe El Bosc de les Fades. Find out more information at the box office.
Visiting the Wax Museum with children
Younger also have their place in this museum, with characters like Pinocchio or Alice in Wonderland.
However, any exposure of the Wax Museum will please the children as the figures, costumes and decoration as well as the different spaces. They will immerse into each of the recreated decor.
The only drawback to mention some, could be the room dedicated to terror, in which young children may request or want to be accompanied by their parents, and not only for the great recreation of Count Dracula or Frankenstein, but for some representation of a hanged or characters in torture chambers due to its outstanding quality, that would make them feel some fear. This, certifies realism and the excellent quality of the figures set out in the Barcelona Wax Museum.
On the other hand, if you visit the museum with children, you have right next door, a very special cafe set in a fantasy fairy forest. This is El Bosc de les Fades, which you should not overlook under any circumstances if you visit the museum.
Young children (and you) will love it and it is ideal for a coffee near the Wax Museum place.
Furthermore, the entire area of the Port Vell where the museum is located, is ideal for strolling with children, also nearby is the Columbus Monument, the Barcelona Aquarium where you can see sharks, or the Maritime Museum, among many other places of interest.
How to get to the Wax Museum
It is very easy to go to the museum as it is in a very popular tourist area of Barcelona.
Just keep in mind that you'll find it in an alley that one enters down La Rambla, you will see it down this street on the left hand side, before reaching the Columbus Viewpoint. If in doubt, we recommend you to take a look at the article that explains you in detail how to get to the Barcelona Wax Museum.
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