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Casa Museu Gaudí, Barcelona

(3/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Come to understand Antoni Gaudí’s singular design style on a visit to the architect's own residence at Casa Museu Gaudí. Although Gaudi himself didn’t build the house, you can learn more about him and his 20 years of residence here. Take an audio tour through two floors of the four-story house located in the beautiful Park Güell. View the collection of furniture created by the famous architect. Purchase tickets online to get your preferred time slot. Make Casa Museu Gaudí a part of your Barcelona vacation plans using our Barcelona vacation route planner.
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  • To see if you choose the entrance next to the sagrada familia you is worthwhile because the economic difference is very little, now individual not worthwhile. The House is small and contains furniture when Gaudí lived
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  • We didn't actually get into the museum as there was a long queue, but we visited the many Gaudi sites around Barcelona and purchased the book on Gaudi at the information shop for there (only to leave ...  more »
  • Visit the big park and then its her room catches all the great contrast between the Majesty of his ideas entrepreneurial projects unique creativity and its simple and essential nature of good Christian. Touches the heart.
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  • A house full of beautiful furniture that you can't sit on. Gaudí was a genius but I think even he would be disappointed by this. You will need yet another ticket to enter, so another 8€ or so. This is separate to the monument portion of the park - which has its own entrance fee - but there is a free portion of the park as well. All of the iconic imagery is behind the ticket purchase though.
  • It was nice to see where Gaudi lived for about 20 years of his life. I paid 5.5 euros to get in. It is a small place and there is not a lot to see, but I liked it to do once in a lifetime. The furniture is nice to look at, although you cannot sit on it.
  • It's nice to visit and not so costly (5.5 eur) as other Gaudi's houses, like the Batllo or La Pedrera (22 eur). Actually, it was not designed by Gaudi, but by it's right-hand man and the design was signed by Gaudi.
  • Climb up to the top of Park Güell in the public zone, you can see the view across to Barcelona city. Right in the midst of this is Casa Museu Gaudí, a museum housing original works by Gaudi. This was actually Gaudi’s home where he lived before he died. Today, it’s a historic monument of Barcelona. There’s an entrance fee to visit.
  • I am surprise about the 3 and 4 starts review about this "house/museum", the architecture is just something different that maybe you haven´t seen before. So come and visit this wonderful house. This house, located within the Park Güell in Barcelona was the residence of Antoni Gaudí for almost 20 years, from 1906 till the end of 1925.