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It's worth a visit if you are already in Park Guell. The price is 22€ for the museum plus ticket to Sagrada Familia with Audioguide. Price for only the house museum I think is around €5. Do visit the house garden as well. Great place...More
Gaudi House Museum is an "add on" for those who don't know any better, really. It is quite small and unexciting if you expect to see lots of works and "big things". After you visit the Sagrada Familia, nothing else will do! And there is...More
Gaudi's house is very interesting, you can see a little bit into his life and also follow the progression of his architecture throughout his lifetime. Go at an odd hour because this museum can get very crowded (comes and goes in waves). Make sure to...More
Made a wrong reservation online, we bought a combined ticket but we thought it was with the house of Gaudi. Turned out it was this museum. Not worth it, too small, nothing 'new' if you visit the Sagrada Familia and it's museum. You even cannot...More
I don’t think this is a must see. A 2 storey small house with very little items to show. This was Gaudi’s house on Guell Park and he lived here for 20some years. You will see some pieces he designed and will have an idea...More
We did the tour of the house as an extra option when we bought our Sagrada de familia tour ticket. The Park Guell is beautiful and worth the trip, but the house museum is quite small and most of the information is already covered with...More
Very interesting and a gem of Spain. Pre buy tickets to save money. Go early the lines are very long as the days progress. It will be crowded at most times. A lot of unique architecture ahead of its time.
Interesting but not as spectacular as his other structures. There are many amazing Gaudi works to admire in this beautiful cityand while this is recommended, but if you have limited time, I'd say put the others (Sagradi Familia, Casa Guell, casa Battlo) on your list...More
My first trip to Barcelona I had no clue who Gaudi was or is. After going to see his Unique home I was in Awe of this Spanish architect. I am lost for word with what I saw if you want to know what a...More