Sundays in the Picasso of Barcelona

May 1, 2008 at 8:50 pm 6 comments

One of the museums more visited of Barcelona, is the Picasso Museum, that now open it doors in Sundays, with the special cycle: Sundays in the Picasso.


This is a proposal of scenic arts that it tries to turn the museum in a space of citizen participation. The program of Sundays in the Picasso includes spectacles of circus, theater, music, dance.

The activities have a popular prices, 3 € only is the cost, and the children have a free pass.
For more information you can telephone 932 563 000/22 or email:

Until 29 of June, 2008, and since 6 of July until 21 of september.


Entry filed under: Barcelona activities, Barcelona arts, barcelona culture. Tags: , , , , .

Eduardo Galeano tomorrow in Barcelona Loop’08 Videoart Barcelona

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