The site was transformed into the Gaudí House Museum in 1963 and currently houses a collection of furniture and objects designed by the architect as well as his students.
The mansion is situated in the Park Güell, which was built as a show house between 1903 and 1905 by Francesc Berenguer i Mestres for a larger project which was led by Gaudí, until the Park Güell residential development project was interrupted.
A place to remember
The Gaudí House keeps the memory of the artist alive thanks to the collections of furniture and objects designed by him. The Museum offers visitors the chance to discover how the architect lived by visiting some of the mansion’s rooms like his bedroom or his studio, where Gaudí produced so many brilliant ideas during the twenty years he lived in this house.
There are more interesting places in Barcelona
Although the House Museum is beautifully preserved and includes interesting objects like the artist’s bed, we believe that it is less interesting than visiting some of the buildings designed by Antoní Gaudí, like the Palau Güell and the Casa Batlló. The most impressive part of the museum is its exterior.
October – March:
Open daily from 10 am – 6 pm.
April – September:
Open daily from 9 am – 8 pm.
Adults: € 5.50 (US$ 6.70)
Students, youth (aged less than 30) and seniors: € 4.50 (US$ 5.50)
Under 11s and reduced mobility: free entry.
Metro: Lesseps, line 3.
Buses: 24, 74, 92, H6 and 116.