The museum is very large and located near the cathedral, and there are light shows on these two nights, which can be admitted free of charge. Of course, the museum is closed at this time. The light shows only borrow part of the venue. However, compared with the daytime, can't you recognize it?
Disclaimer: While I haven't been inside the Museu Frederic Mares, I happened to spend a lot of time outside of it. The area surrounding the museum is simply beautiful, from the courtyard to the architecture. It's a serene escape from the busier streets of Barcelona.
It's great. There are free tickets in Barcelona, and the tickets for young people under 30 are not expensive. It's only 2.4 Euros, but it's absolutely worth it. Museum is very large, there are three or four floors, each floor has a lot of things to visit, I and my friends mistakenly collided into, too tight time, not carefully strolled through, a little regrettable.
The museum is also very close to the Bishop of Barcelona and is located on the site of the old palace. Mares was the original owner of the museum and a famous Carver and Collector of Catalonia in the 20th century. I wanted to take a break in the orchard atrium of this museum, drink coffee and pretend to be coercive. Unexpectedly, it was too late to visit, so I could only catch a glimpse from the window. Admission is free on the first Sunday of each month and after 3 p.m. every Sunday. The usual ticket is 4.2 Euros.
Rich in the old castle in the garden, a delicate museum, many exhibits, it is worth visiting.
The Frederick Museum is a unique collection museum that retains the founder's collection, the sculptor Frederick Maresh (1893-1991), and all cams form a share of the heritage of Barcelona in 1946 through his donation. Two years later, the museum was founded in the heart of the ancient Royal Palace, which counts the heart of Barcelona's Special Administrative Region. The original Verger Hotel or Courtyard Garden remains unchanged.