MUHBA The Domus Avinyó
A domus located next to the Barcino wall, dating from the 1st and 4th Centuries AD. It boasts a rich ensemble of wall and ceiling paintings that were recently recovered and restored thanks to the Barcino Plan, and which will soon be open to the public through guided tours.
Guided tour of “L’habitatge a Barcino. Les domus romanes dels carrers de Sant Honorat i Avinyó” (Housing in Barcino. The Roman domus of Carrer Sant Honorat and Carrer Avinyó)
A guided tour of two domus that belonged to important personages of Roman Barcelona. The domus of Carrer Avinyó, which dates back to the 1st century AD, features a rich ensemble of recovered ceiling and wall paintings. The domus of Sant Honorat, built in the 4th Century, still retains the main garden and rooms paved with geometric polychrome mosaics.
Refer to the activity programme for dates and conditions.
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Horari de visita
Monday to Saturday only open to guided groups with advance reservations (consult the prices here)
Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm (free). Groups of a maximum number of 20 people may enter each hour. Groups of more than 10 people require booking.
Closed on public holidays.
Informació i reserves
Ticket reservations and activities
For further information: 93 256 21 22
(from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays) from 10:00 to 14:00
and from 16:00 to 19:00).
Standard ticket: 2 €
Concessions: 1,5 € for under 29, over 65, and holders of Barcelona library cards, targeta rosa reduïda, large family cards and single-parent family cards and groups over 10 people.
Entrance without charge: children under 16, holders of targeta rosa gratuïta and Barcelona Card, members of ICOM and Catalan Museologist Association, tourist guides, accredited journalists, assistants for disabled people and secondary school teachers, 'Gaudir +' promotion. Entrance free to all on the first Sunday of the month.
See here guided groups prices
Metro: Liceu (L3) and Jaume I (L4)
Bus: 120, V17 i 45
Barcelona Bus Turístic: ruta sud (red)