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Barcelona Tourism / Museum and Center for Sports Studies Doctor Melcior Colet

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The museum was established when Dr. Colet gave the property to the Catalan government to set up a museum and research focus committed to the sport. The accumulation comprises of a wide assortment of shows and photos on a sport-related subject, particularly articles related with Catalan sporting accomplishments, such Ricardo Zamora’s trophies, football decorations from the Catalan Championships of 1919 and 1920, and the football marked by the group from the 1942 Spanish Cup Final and the principles and compositions of Spanish Gymnastics dating from 1862 or standards and artistic creations of “Gimnasio Español” from 1862. There are other fascinating displays identified with the Olympic development, including lights and decorations, just as mascots and articles having a place with Catalan Olympic sportsmen.

Contact

  • 934 192 232
  • Carrer de Buenos Aires, 56-58, 08036
    Barcelona

How to get there

  • 6, 7, 14, 33, 34, 59, 63, 67, 68, H8
  • Francesc Macià/Diagonal
  • T1/T2/T3-Francesc Macià

TIMETABLE

  • Monday to Friday, from 9am to 3pm. | Closed: August.