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Casa-Museu Gaudi
Barcelona Top 8 in UNESCO World Heritage Sites

109 Reviews
Famous Residences
Liked by 6
October - March 10:00-18:00, April - September 9:00-20:00, December 25-26, January 1, January 6 10:00-14 :00. The ticket office is closed 15 minutes in advance.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Park Güell, Ctra. del Carmel, 23A, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
Phone: +34-932-080414

What people are saying:

20 years of his life the Gaudi, my genius, lived in this house with his father & niece located in Park Guell in a quite peaceful part of the city of Barcelona. Recommend to see for those who wants to see a more private and humble side of this man's life.

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  • southendsteve66

    Gaudí House Museum

    A nice place to wander around an hour should be plenty of time.Buy tickets on-line before hand and beat the queue’s.Some interesting pieces of furniture although they are mostly replicas.

    Reviewed on /Date(1579065867000+0800)/
  • Sirko H
    Sirko H
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    Not much to see

    It is interesting, but there is not actually much to see. The film about Gaudi's life is informative.

    Reviewed on /Date(1578188994000+0800)/
  • laryss


    This museum is situated in Park Guell, and is very interesting. You have to pay only 5 euros to see the place where Gaudi lived for 20 years.

    Reviewed on /Date(1575627014000+0800)/
  • Sunshine34500
    West Orange, New Jersey

    Always a must see in Barcelona.

    Absolutely marvelous from start to finish. Get the headphones. Guides are great. Wonderful coffee table books.

    Reviewed on /Date(1574406492000+0800)/
  • Lil_big_traveller
    Chapel Hill, North Carolina

    Very cool architecture

    My son is studying architecture so this was a must during our visit to Barcelona. It was interesting to learn about the man and the architecture. Great way to spend a few hours.

    Reviewed on /Date(1573449180000+0800)/

Additional Information


Pablo Picasso and Gorge Orwell hated his buildings but that didn’t keep him from becoming Barcelona’s most beloved architect and the figurehead of Catalan Modernism. The house of the man who brought the city the Casa Vicens and Casa Batllo
is now a public museum featuring self-designed furniture, decorations, drawings, and portraits of the Spanish architect.
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