Weather :

Timings : October to March - 10 AM to 6 PM
April to September- 9 AM to 8 PM
On January 1st and 6th, December 25th and 26th - 10 AM to 2 PM

Time Required : 2 hours

Entry Fee : EUR 6

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Gaudi House Museum, Barcelona Overview

Antoni Gaudi, a pioneer in Catalan architecture, used to cruise the streets of Barcelona with his authentic art style and lived in the house which today is called the Gaudi House Museum. The Spanish architect and artist resided here during the early 1900s, and the current Museum preserves his aura along with the objects and furniture he used. The Museum offers a guided tour around his abode which is a popular favourite of all the history buffs and art enthusiasts. Open all year round, the Gaudi House Museum is a must-visit to see the lifestyle of the man behind some of the most remembered monuments of Barcelona city.

The rose-tinted walls of the Gaudi House is a popular sight in Barcelona city. The Gaudi House Museum was built by Park Guell, honouring the late artist, and was designed by Berenguer who was a close friend of Gaudi. The House has provided immense insight to the public on Gaudi’s inspirations and way of life. Its main features include the mansion like vicinity, a recreation of his original room, his furniture and objects preserved, along with a display of his notable paintings. The Gaudi House Museum is a great day-time excursion to experience the artistic past of the country’s most remembered architect.

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Ticket Prices for the Gaudi House Museum

The ticket prices vary across general admissions, reduced admissions, and free entries for specific persons.
  1. EUR 6 for General admission. 

  2. Reduced price for those under 30 years of age, and those above 65 years of age. Discounted price is also offered to students. 

  3. Children ranging from 0 to 10 years of age have free entry. 

  4. Free entry for the differently abled.

Timings for Gaudi House Museum

The Gaudi House Museum is open all year round with varied visiting hours.
  1. October to March - Opened daily from 10 AM to 6 PM

  2. April to September - Opened daily from 9 AM to 8 PM

  3. On January 1st and 6th, December 25th and 26th - Open from 10 AM to 2 PM

Tips and Points of Caution

The Museum has certain restrictions and caution notices which all visitors must follow.
  • Animals are not allowed on the vicinity.
  • No flash photography is allowed inside the museum and visitors can be charged for neglecting these rules. The Museum prohibits the use of tripods and selfie sticks.
  • Complement your visit to the Gaudi House Museum with the nearby Park Guell.

History of the Gaudi House Museum

The history of the Gaudi House Museum overlaps the history of Gaudi himself. Since Gaudi lived in this nestled apartment for 20 years, after his death, the vicinity was converted into a museum for public access. The Gaudi House became a museum in 1963 and today preserves the personal belongings and artwork of Gaudi. Earlier, during a short period of two years from 1903 to 1905, Gaudi’s apartment like mansion was located in a show house, which later developed into Parc Guell.

How To Reach Gaudi House Museum

The Museum has great connectivity and local transport or hired cabs can help visitors reach the destination. 

Metro Service: Visitors can take the local metro L3 and get off at either Vallcarca or Lesseps station.

Bus Service: Buses en route to the Museum include H6, 92, 32, or 24.

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