Gaudí House Museum

  • Culture
  • Architecture

This Modernist building was the residential home of Antoni Gaudí from 1906 to 1925. Its interior boasts various pieces of furniture designed by the Catalan genius.

Basic Info
Park Güell - Carretera del Carmel, 23
L3 (Green): Lesseps
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Ground floor and garden are accessible for people with reduced mobility.

The Gaudí House Museum is located in what served as the architect Antoni Gaudí’s personal residence between the years 1906 and 1925. The building was actually constructed as a model home for the Park Güell project, a residential complex designed by Francesc d’Assís Berenguer i Mestres, friend and right-hand-man of the famous architect.

Since first opening in 1963, the Gaudí House Museum has endeavored to give visitors a more intimate look at the inner life of the Catalan architect, showing the man behind the famed façades by recreating some of the most private spaces in the home, including the private bedroom and bath, which appear just as they did in the days when Gaudí used them. Various personal objects of the renowned former owner are also displayed throughout the space.

Over the years, to complete the full picture of the architect’s inner world, the Museum has collected pieces Gaudí designed, as well as original documents relating to his life and endeavors, and works by some of his more well-known friends and contemporaries.

  • Impresionantes Vistas

    Un sitio muy chulo para ir a visitar y con unas vistas de barcelona impresionantes. Merece la pena hacer el esfuerzo de subir.

  • La mas pura intimidad de Gaudí

    Este museo es muy interesante, ya que es el lugar donde Gaudí vivió en los años que duró la construcción del Park Güell. Lo mas interesante que tiene los muebles que él usaba eran diseñados por él.

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