The architectural complex of the Drassanes Reials de Barcelona, the seat of the Maritime Museum of Barcelona, is one of the most important civil gothic industrial buildings still standing. It is a first-class cultural facility located in the historic centre of Catalonia’s capital, perfect for hosting events. It has several unique, multi-purpose spaces that the Museum offers to companies and organizations for holding the opening and closing of congresses, conferences, presentations, gala suppers, fairs, exhibits, shows, conventions, and all manner of events.

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MMB Public Prices 2024

Contact Info

María José Rancaño
Mònica Rodríguez
Tel. + 34 93 342 99 20

  • Sala Gran

    Sala Gran

    The Sala Gran is the most representative space of the Drassanes Reials. It is a 300-year-old, 1,700 m² hypostyle hall.

    Virtual visit to Sala Gran

    • 1.700 m²
    • 920 p.
  • Museum garden

    Museum garden

    The garden at the entrance to the Drassanes Reials is an open-air space perfect for holding receptions, aperitifs and cocktail parties.

    Virtual visit to Museum Garden

    • 650 m²
    • 800 p.
  • The auditorium

    The auditorium

    The auditorium has all the technical equipment needed to host seminars, conferences, press conferences and debates with maximum comfort and efficiency.

    • 165 m²
    • 108 p.
  • Botigues de la Generalitat

    Botigues de la Generalitat

    An open-plan space attached to the main halls and decorated with pieces from the Museum collection or temporary exhibits.

    • 500 m²
    • 200-300 p.
  • Grada Major

    Grada Major

    The Main Slipway is one of the MMB’s most emblematic areas, next to a replica of John of Austria’s Royal Galley.

    • 1.000 m2
    • 334 p.
  • Jardí del Baluard

    Jardí del Baluard

    The Jardí del Baluard is located on top of the only gate that has been conserved from Barcelona’s mediaeval wall. A unique corner of the city that became incorporated into the monumental site of the Drassanes Reials i Museu Marítim de Barcelona.

    • 965 m2
    • 447 p.