This is apparently the world‘s largest collection of Miro’s work. It covers several floors so you should a lot at least two hours if you’re a Miro fan like us. The explanatory plaques are in Catalan, Spanish, and English, so one can practice one’s Spanish and attempt to pick up some Catalan, at least passively. Miro might be a fine introduction to Surrealism for children, since his oeuvre is less potentially scary than that of Dalí. There is a nice café with a courtyard and a gift shop with books, tchotchkes, and posters. The museum is located atop Mont Juic, so there is good access to other museums and pleasant walks.