Gaudi House MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Park Guell, Carretera del Carmel, 23A, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-932193811
- Ticket Price: 6 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Architecture
Located within Park Guell, The Gaudi House Museum was the residence of Antoni Gaudí, the famous Catalan architect. Opened as a museum in the early 1960s the place houses several pieces of furniture and other objects that were designed by Gaudi himself. There are also several works of art and sculpture on display that were created by the architect’s contemporaries. The building itself comprises four floors of which the ground and first floor are open to public and house the collections for viewing.
Opened to act as a memoir for the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, the Gaudi House Museum is a must visit on your trip to Barcelona. Occasionally one can find several people waiting in line to buy tickets for Gaudi House Museum entry. Thus, it is always better to get tickets for Gaudi House Museum online in advance. You can find out Gaudi House Museum ticket prices from our online ticketing portal and combine Gaudi House Museum tickets with a variety of other Barcelona tours and activities for even better offers and deals.
- For group visits, prior reservations recommended.
- No tripods allowed.
- No left-luggage facility available.
- Disabled access is partial.
- Reduced (Barcelona card, students, retired, 11-17 years): 4.50 Euros
- Children up to 10 years, disabled and their care taker: Free
- Last tickets: 15 minutes prior to closing time
- Shop closes 15 minutes prior to closing time.
- Metro: L3 to Lesseps
- Bus: 24 and 92 (Carretera del Carmel entrance)
- 32 and H6 (Carrer d’Olot entrance)
- 116 Bus del Barri (Carrer d’Olot entrance)
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15.28% of people who visit Barcelona include Gaudi House Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
51.35% of people start their Gaudi House Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gaudi House Museum
48.48% of people prefer walking in order to reach Gaudi House Museum
Gaudí house museum is just a short walk from the entrance. Rooms have been restored to display Gaudí’s life with his niece and father as he helped to build the park. Just 5.50€ the grounds are beautiful as well as being able to see into the artist home and some of his creations.
Amazing artist! But the interior inside his house is so humble! Lovely museum and well worth the money :)
Gaudí life... Good place. But there are other places in the city better if you have to chose.
There're some interesting furniture made by him. Apart from the bedroom, which only have a bed and wardrobe, the place is like a museum but not kept as his house. It would be nice to see what the functions of each room and kept the furniture. Anyway, worth a visit if you want to learn about Gaudi.
Good place to check out if you need to pass some time before entering the historical park.