The Gaudi Museum is located right next to the Park Guell in
Although Gaudi was an architect, this house wasn’t one
designed by him but by Francesc Berenguer in 1904.
After no one was interested to buy the house on the Guell
estate, his friend and patron, Eusebi Guell who owned the estate sold it to
Gaudi who moved there in 1906 together with his father.
was in this house, known today as Torre Rosa where Gaudi spent the last 20
years of his life.
Entrance inside the Gaudi Hose Museum is
5.50 euro for an adult and 4.50 euro for pensioners, students or people under the age of 18. The entrance to the
Park Guell is 8 euro/adult.
Gaudi Museum Map and
Address: Gaudi House Museum, Carrer d'Olot, 08024 Barcelona, Spain. Get help with
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