This is a very nice museum to visit and the tour may take about 1 1/2 hours. It has an eclectic maze of displays. They include sculptures from Roman era, religious artifacts, keys, a china assortment, pipes of old, and feather collection. Overall it is a nice museum and has a little bit for all. Fredric Mares was a sculpture and donated a lot of the works and his personal collections. The museum opened in 1946 with Fredric Mares continuing to donate items afterword until he died 1991.
Open times is Tuesday-Sunday and 10-6PM. Entry fee is about 6 Euro.
From the tiny Sant Iu Square one is lead into the lovely courtyard of the Museu Frederic Marès which houses the private sculpture collection of Marès. Donated by the artist himself in 1946, it includes one of the most important displays of Spanish sculpture including medieval pieces in the new opened crypt. The upper floor houses the Museu Sentimental which gives insight into the daily life in Barcelona during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Has a beautiful courtyard.This museum is the collection of unusually art and miscellany such as carved ox,yokes,old sewing machine,toys and even Marès suitcase with travel stickers.