The Poble-sec neighborhood celebrates its Festa Major between July 14 and 23.
The Castle will host the concerts of the Sala BCN project, every Thursday from June 29 to September 21.
On June 9 and 10, the Pindoles Festival returns to Montjuïc Castle
A movement that seeks to promote sustainable, accessible, safe and friendly mobility.
Due to the waterproofing work on the section of the front curtain of Montjuïc Castle, access to the parade ground has been slightly modified.
The second edition of 'Viu Montjuïc, the Parc de la Cultura' is coming on 8 and 9 October, a weekend with more than 60 activities co-organized by the Montjuïc facilities and the surrounding entities. It is a matter of taking advantage of this open, accessible, clean and safe space with a cultural, nature and quality leisure offer for all citizens.
Montjuïc Castle presents the exhibition "Barcelona 1992, thirty years on" on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the Barcelona Olympic Games.
The Castle celebrates International Museum Day with an open day.
The BCN Marathon will modify the route taken by bus 150 to go up to the Castle
The Castle presents a new temporary exhibition on the Montjuïc funicular.
Next Monday, April 18, will be the last day to see the temporary exhibition about photography and artificial intelligence. If you haven't seen it yet, don't miss it!
Easter is approaching and the Castle is preparing to receive all the public who want to climb to the top of Montjuïc during these holidays.
Montjuïc Castle will host a new small-format festival focused on avant-garde music: the Mostra Festival
Saint Eulalia's Day, open doors On the 12th and 13th February the Castle will celebrate the weekend of Saint Eulàlia festivities with two open days.
At Christmas, the Castle maintains its usual opening hours, except for December 25th and January 1st.
From Monday, November 1, the Castle is going to be closing at 6 pm.
Montjuïc Castle presents, from 28 May, the exhibition “Bcn 1965-1975. A look from artificial intelligence ”, which recalls Montjuïc and Barcelona from about fifty years ago. With the mountain of Montjuïc as its driving force, the exhitbition proposes a visit to the Barcelona of late Francoism through archival images.