The ten favorite museums in Spain on Tiqets to take shelter from the heat this summer

These cultural venues in the country are perfect to go with family, friends or as a couple and enjoy a cool plan on vacation

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July and August are the warmest months of the year and, although the sea, the rivers, the mountains, the swimming pools or the water parks are usually perfect for cooling off, there are places in the shade or with air conditioning that also serve to deal with high summer temperatures. One of the outstanding plans to face the heat may be to visit a museum this holiday, whether with family, friends, as a couple or alone. Tiqets, the leading platform (in Europe and the United States) in the sale of cultural tickets, proposes 10 of its users' favorite Spanish museums and perfect for sheltering from the heat and spending a day surrounded by art and culture.

Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum – Madrid
The museum's collection, a jewel of Western art, provides a panoramic view of artistic evolution over the centuries. From the majestic works of the Renaissance to Impressionism and modern art, the museum provides an enriching and varied art experience for all art lovers. Curious fact: the Thyssen Museum participated, for the second consecutive year, in the Madrid Pride event with a joint float with Tiqets; in 2022 designed by Hugáceo Crujiente and in 2023 by the artist Miranda Makaroff.

Museo Picasso Málaga – Málaga
Located in the very heart of Málaga, the artist's hometown, this museum presents a fascinating collection of works that span the entire career of the genius of 20th-century art, Pablo Picasso. From his early sketches and paintings to his groundbreaking cubist and expressionist works, visitors have the chance to immerse themselves in the creative world of one of the most influential artists of all time. 

Fundació Miró Mallorca – Palma 
This space, designed by Miró himself and located in a picturesque villa and surrounded by a beautiful garden, is a space in which to explore a wide collection of works by the artist, including paintings, sculptures and ceramics. The foundation also organizes temporary exhibitions and cultural activities, providing a complete immersion in the creative world of Joan Miró.  

Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) – Barcelona
In its galleries, which house an impressive collection of Catalan art from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the 20th century, magnificent paintings, sculptures and decorative art are exhibited. From Romanesque and Gothic masterpieces to the avant-garde and modernists, this museum offers a detailed insight into Catalonia's rich artistic and cultural history.

Centro de Arte Reina Sofía – Madrid
Remodeled and converted into a museum in 1992, this 18th-century hospital now houses Madrid's main collection of contemporary art, including Picasso's Guernica, one of the most famous works of Spanish art. The Reina Sofía Art Center also houses works by other titans of 20th-century Spanish art such as Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró. 

Dalí Theatre-Museum – Figueras
This is a unique and surreal place dedicated to the famous artist Salvador Dalí. The museum is housed in the old theater of the city, converted into a dreamlike and extravagant stage to house his works. Visitors can immerse themselves in the creative world of Dalí, exploring the largest collection of works by Salvador Dalí, including exclusive items from his personal collection.

Valencia Science Museum – Valencia
Located in the City of Arts and Sciences, it is a fascinating space that seeks to bring science and technology closer to people of all ages. From exhibits on astronomy and biology to physics and technology, these interactive exhibits and hands-on experiences allow you to explore and understand scientific concepts in a playful and challenging way, promoting learning and scientific curiosity. 

Moco Museum Barcelona – Barcelona 
An artistic, dynamic and avant-garde space, which stands out for its focus on contemporary art and street art. Located in the heart of Barcelona, ​​the museum presents temporary exhibitions by renowned international artists and influential figures in the urban art scene. With an innovative and challenging atmosphere, it offers its visitors a fresh and provocative look at current art. 

Pompidou Center Málaga – Málaga
This cube of colored glass adds a cosmopolitan and modern touch to the rejuvenated Port of Málaga. The museum features an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, with works by iconic artists such as Picasso, Miró, Chagall, Dalí, and many others. In addition, it boasts exhibitions and works from its headquarters in Paris, ranging from 1905 to today. 

Flamenco Dance Museum – Seville
Located in the cradle of flamenco, the museum is a tribute to the art and passion of this musical and dance genre; it offers a unique cultural experience and exhibitions that explore the history and evolution of flamenco. In addition, live shows are held where visitors can delight in the strength and emotion of this unique artistic expression in the world. 


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