The Museum of Badalona is in the heart of the ancient Roman city of Baetulo. The subsoil conserves one of the most important archaeological complexes from the Roman era in Catalonia. A circular route allows visitors to see more than 3,400 m2 of the city: the baths from the 1st century BC – one of the oldest examples on the Iberian Peninsula – along with some of the most important streets with homes and shops. The entire complex reveals to us what everyday life was more than 2,000 years ago.
The permanent exhibition primarily includes pieces from the Roman era, including the Venus of Badalona, the hinges of the door to the city wall and the tabula hospitalis.
This entire space is theatrically illuminated and decorated with historically reconstructed elements and sound effects that transport visitors back to ancient Baetulo and immerse them in its world. The complex is handicapped-accessible and has touch modules for the visually impaired.
Roman city complex: 6,00 €
Casa dels Dofins and Garden of Quintus Licinius: 2,00 €
Free of charge: temporary exhibitions
Reduced price: 3,00 €, for young people aged 17 to 25
Minimum fee: 1,00 €. First Sunday of every month, Friends of the Museum, youth (8 -16 years old) and pensioners.
Free of charge: children under the age of 7, members of ICOM and AMC
Other discounts: check website
Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 2 pm and from 5 to 8 pm.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10 am to 2 pm.
Closed Mondays and the 1st and 6th of January, Good Friday, the 1st of May, the 24th of June, the 15th of August, the 11th of September and the 25th and 26th of December.
By train: RENFE local line R1 (Molins de Rei / l’Hospitalet-Mataró / Maçanet-Massanes)
By underground: line L2 (stop: Badalona Pompeu Fabra)
By bus: lines B3, B4, B9, B17, B22, B25, B27, B29, B30, B31, B44, N9 and N2