"Casa-Museum Gaudi" Gaudi's House - Casa Museu Gaudi Tip by Martin_S.

  Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
by Martin_S.
 
  • Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain - Barcelona
      Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
    by Martin_S.
  • Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain - Barcelona
      Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
    by Martin_S.
  • Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain - Barcelona
      Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
    by Martin_S.
  • Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain - Barcelona
      Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
    by Martin_S.
  • Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain - Barcelona
      Casa-Museum Gaudi, Park Guell, Barcelona, Spain
    by Martin_S.
 

The museum gives us a glance at another aspect of the Gaudi mind, the day to day things that make a home. Here you can see things like a glass and wood partition panel, a curvilinear mirror, chairs, benches and even a table, all designed by Gaudi.
Entrance fee is 5.50 Euro, but only 4.50 if you have your Barcelona Card.

Address: Park Güell, Carretera del Carmel, 23A
Phone: +34 932 19 38 11
Website: http://www.casamuseugaudi.org/

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  • Updated Nov 14, 2011
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  • nicolaitan's Profile Photo
    Jun 6, 2015 at 5:27 PM

    nice pictures, interesting reading - casa batilo is very close to our hotel, reserved with the airfare just two days ago, six days.

    like your interpretation of a dragon - exact depiction of Smaug, in the recent hobbit movie based on Tolkien, "the desolation of smaug". everythiing one wants from a dragon.

    • nicolaitan's Profile Photo
      Jun 10, 2015 at 5:33 PM

      not such good news. during our visit to amsterdam it rained for a solid week, except one morning when we went to delft for vermeer. by afternoon, drenching rain. waited in the rain almost an hour for the anne frank house, almost as long for the rijksmuseum. worth every minute.

      as for love of the ancient and the renaissance and reformation, i cannot count how many times i have stranded the wife to check out a church or museum of sacred art. in vienna, travelling with another couple, i just abandoned them after lunch one day and took off. in delos, i single handedly delayed the ferry because i insisted on going to the ruins of the ancient synagogue on the far side of the island. etc, etc.

      will get back to barcelona over the weekend. studying the different museum and travel discount cards - require thought. barcelona attractions are not cheap.

      be well.

    • Martin_S.'s Profile Photo
      Jun 10, 2015 at 10:08 PM

      TAke a check on my Barcelona pages, we took the Barcelona card for 5 days and figured out how much we saved, it was worth it in spades.
      Same here, I have left Zohara is a coffee house while I explore ruins.

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