If you have never been to the Museum’s Living Terrace, take advantage and visit it this April, because:
- Admission is free every weekend throughout the month. Guided tours on Saturday afternoons, of limited capacity, will also be free of charge. Make a prior reservation here.
The Museum’s Living Terrace is one of several new spaces that the Museum has gained over its 10 years of history at the Forum, and is one of the largest green roofs in Barcelona.
A living space where you will find vegetation suited to the changeable weather conditions. A green roof where you can enjoy reconnecting with nature.
The Living Terrace comprises 7,100 m2 of flora adapted to the Mediterranean climate of Barcelona and, specifically, to its close proximity to the sea. It is distributed over three meadows and three freshwater ponds. The project has been carried out within the framework of the Climate Emergency Declaration and Climate Plan approved by Barcelona City Council.
There is also an insect hotel.