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  • Museums | Spain
    Updated at Dec 27,2017

    Tip 3: The Artisans' Quarter and The Museu de Cultures del Món:

    The Artisans Quarter is located around the crossing of  Carrer de Montcada and Carrer de la Barra de Ferro. The formerly Fruits Market had been refurbished and transformed into Artisans stalls and shops. You'll find textile and leather design stores and gift shops with attitude. Each corner opens a world of surprises and local Avant-garde, especially at night with vibe, snacks and tapas everywhere.

    A leather products shop:

    Wool shop:

    . Public Transport: Metro L4 (Yellow line) - Jaume I station or Buses: 45, 120, V15, V17. Opening hours: TUE - SAT: 10.00 -  19.00, SUN and bank holidays: 10.00 - 20.00. Closed on Mondays (except bank holidays). Closed: January 1st, May 1st, June 24th and December 25th. Prices: adult - € 5, concessions (people aged 16 to 29, people aged 65 and over, families with a maximum of two accompanying adults, on condition that at least one of them is one parent or the legal guardian. It is essential that at least one family member is under 16) -  € 3,50. Temporary exhibition: adult - €2,20, concessions - €1,50, free admission with the ticket of the permanent exhibition. The museum has WONDERFUL private art collections from the MOST EXOTIC places and cultures around the world. It  displays highly valuable pieces from countries and islands including New Zealand, the Marquesas Islands, Tonga and Rapa Nui - just to name few of them. A hidden treasure in La Ribera / El Born. The museum has an wealth to offer. Every culture is represented in this museum. There are several floors. It starts out with the African culture and it goes on to Asian, Mesoamerican, etc. If you have to choose between this and the Picasso museum choose this one !!! it has a lot more to offer. Stunning and overwhelming permanent exhibition. The best activity for a rainy evening or a extremely hot one ! WELL WORTH AN HOUR (at least):

    Ethiopian Crosses:

    A mask from Congo:

    A mask from Burkina- Faso:

    Masks from New Guinea:

    A mask from Indonesia:

    Hindu Art:

    The Moguls of India Art:

    Tibet Art:

    Tantrics Rituals from Tibet: