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Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum, Barcelona

The Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum, located in the modernist Palau Mornau, offers a unique permanent exhibition on the development of the cannabis plant as a versatile source for industrial, nutritional, medicinal, sacramental and recreational purposes..

The Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum, located in the modernist Palau Mornau, offers a unique permanent exhibition on the development of the cannabis plant as a versatile source for industrial, nutritional, medicinal, sacramental and recreational purposes.


Hours

Sun

10:00

22:00

Mon

10:00

22:00

Tue

10:00

22:00

Wed

10:00

22:00

Thu

10:00

22:00

Fri

10:00

22:00

Sat

10:00

22:00

About Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum

 Carrer Ample, 35, 08002 Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

 +34 933 19 75 39

 hashmuseum.com

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