Barcelona’s museums, exhibition centres and other cultural hotspots will be organising over 200 activities over the summer. From workshops for children to guided nighttime tours, there’s something available for all ages and interests this season.
The Born Centre Cultural is running a series of summer camps for children for five weeks until the end of July. Each week, a different theme will be embraced, all with one thing in common: experiencing how the people of Barcelona lived 300 years ago. With different activities on offer every day, you can sign up to take part in the whole five weeks of fun, or individual sessions. View the entire programme here.
For fans of jazz music, the Museu d’Història de Catalunya will be putting on a series of open-air concerts to make the most of the weather. Every Wednesday, the museum will open the doors to its terrace for a night of jazz, R&B and funk under the stars. For a list of performers, click here.
The CCCB is also hosting Gandules ‘15, a series of free open-air cinema screenings, from August 4th to August 21st. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday a different movie will be shown in its Pati de les Dones, each one centred around this year’s theme of 'love'. More information here.