The three-storey building is home to the headquarters of Barcelona City History Museum. Opened in 1943, it allows you to explore the remains the ancient Roman city of Barcino. The museum consists of the archaeological underground and Palau Reial.
In the underground, you will learn about the daily life in Roman times and see the remains of original houses. You will walk past the city walls, streets, factories and a laundry from the 2nd century AD. Part of the underground complex is also devoted to the symbolism and preparation of wine.
Palau Comtal (later Palau Reial) was used as a royal residence and it's worth visiting for the magnificent hall Saló del Tinell and the Chapel of Santa Àgata.
Tue - Sat: 10 am - 7 pm
Sun: 10 am - 8 pm
Closed on Jan 1, May 1, Jun 24 and Dec 25.
Reduced (children, students, seniors): €5
Children under 16: free
The entrance is free of charge every first Sunday of the month.
Official Website http://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/museuhistoria/
Address 4 Carrer del Veguer, 08002, Barcelona
Coordinates 41°23'2.116" N 2°10'39.64" E