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Aleix Palau | 11 April 2019

L’Auditori y el Museu de la Música inician las visitas guiadas conjuntas

Visitors get to explore one of the iconic buildings designed by the architect Rafael Moneo as ‎well as being able to see one of the world’s major collections of musical instruments.‎

From 13 April, L'Auditori launches a new guided tour ‎service that will allow visitors to explore and get up close and personal with this building by ‎the architect Rafael Moneo.‎

On Saturdays at 5 pm visitors can go on a tour around areas not usually ‎open to the general public, such as the dressing rooms and the instrument cages, while a ‎guide explains the many architectural and historical curiosities and the inner workings of both ‎‎L’Auditori and the Museu de la Música.‎

The tours are designed for adults, last approximately one ‎hour and groups will have a maximum of 25 people. If you ‎would like to sign up, you can purchase your tickets on our website up to one hour before ‎the tour starts or at the L’Auditori ticket office during normal opening hours.‎

To experience the full works, L'Auditori offers visitors two ticket types. ‎One that combines L'Auditori and the Museu de la Música and another that, in addition to ‎the tours, offers visitors the chance to celebrate with a glass of cava and ‎enjoy the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra in concertfrom the stalls. ‎

Information about times and prices of the tours can be found by clicking here.‎