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For anyone who is passionate about Antoni Gaudí, we would recommend buying entry tickets online to the Gaudí House Museum so that you can visit the small and delightful house in which the famous Catalan architect spent the final years of his life. Inside the building, you can view the furnishings and objects which were designed by the architect for his own home.
This is a small but cozy museum with original furniture and is situated right inside the free area at Park Güell, just before the entrance to the main area.
Antoni Gaudí's home for many years was the Gaudi's Palace which is situated in the center of Barcelona right between La Rambla and the Neighborhood of Raval. In 1906, he decided to move to this delightful small house which is situated within the confines of the vast Park Güell. This was his home for some 20 years until his last move to the Sagrada Familia. Initially, he lived in the park with his father and his niece and then in later years, he lived on his own. Perhaps due to loneliness but also because of his passion for the project under development, he decided to leave the house in the park in order to move into the offices at the Sagrada Familia, so that he could follow the construction closely without having to move. The Gaudí House Museum displays the Catalan artistic evolution through the exhibition of objects and personal furnishings and also demonstrates the most intimate aspects of the artist's life through visiting the most private rooms in the house.
Adult tickets cost €6.99;
Children under the age of 11 can enter for free;
Young people aged from 11 to 29 years of age are charged €4.50;
Average duration of a visit is around 30 minutes;
Entry Tickets are available immediately on your smartphone;
For getting to the House Museum which is situated inside Park Güell, the most convenient solution is to go by bus. in fact, the bus stop is very close to the entrance from which you would access the house (the upper part of the park). The bus routes which can bring you here are: H6, 32, 24 and 92. However, if you choose to use the Metro, you should bear in mind that the closest stop is a 20 minute walk: the Green Line L3 at either the Vallcarca or Lesseps stops.
Unlimited visiting time (but generally around 30 minutes);
Entry tickets on your smartphone are accepted;
The Museum is open every day of the week,