Casa Amatller - Video Guide Tickets

Casa Amatller - Video Guide Tickets

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Between 1898 and 1900, Puig i Cadafalch built Casa Amatller for the chocolatier industrialist Puig i Cadafalch were the first that broke the ornamental sobriety and the limits of height.

Discover Casa Amatller, one of the modernist buildings on Barcelona’s modernist ‘Illa de la Discòrdia’ and important piece of the city’s architectural heritage. Skip the lines to an immersive museum visit and make the most of your tour with the included video guide. 

Fast Facts:

Skip the Line Tickets:

Get fast-track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue. 

Mobile Tickets:

Get your electronic ticket sent directly to your mobile.

Video Guide included:

available in English, Catalan, Spanish and French 

Instant Confirmation: 

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.


The museum is accessible by wheelchair and adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility. As crutches and other walking aids are not allowed, the museum provides wheelchairs.


  • Visit Art Noveau Casa Amatller designed by modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, just around the corner to Casa Batlló.
  • Take a video-guided tour through the museum with original pieces of furniture and art.

What to Expect:

Located at prestigious Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Amatller constitutes together with Casa Batlló and Casa Lleó-Morera, Barcelona’s so called ‘Manzana de la Discòrdia’ (bone of contention), a sign that the modernist buildings didn’t always find approval at the time of their construction. Today, the three Art Nouveau houses belong to Barcelona’s proud cultural heritage and attract thousands of visitors every year.
Commissioned by Antoni Amatller i Costa, a wealthy chocolatier and art collector, Casa Amatller was rebuilt between 1898 and 1900 by celebrated architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, who turned it into one of the most remarkable showpieces of modernist architecture. The neo-classical building combines elements of Catalan modernism, like rich ornamentation, wrought iron works and stained glass windows, with influences of Dutch architecture. Great parts of the building’s ornaments refer to the history of the owner’s family and reflect his interests, like photography, travelling and art. 
Between 2009 and 2014, Casa Amatller was restored according to original plans and invites you today to a tour around its museum. Its furnishings with original pieces and artwork as well as the informative video tour make it easy to imagine the life of the Amatller family in their residence in turn-of-the-century Barcelona.

What is included?

  • Mobile Tickets
  • Skip-the-line advantage
  • video-guided tour

Additional information:

  • Opening times: Monday to Sunday 10am to 6pm 
  • The video-guided tour takes about 40 minutes and is available in English, Catalan, Spanish or French. 
  • In order to protect the flooring, the museum doesn’t allow high-heeled shoes and visitors have to wear a protective cover over their shoes. 
  • The museum doesn’t allow photographs using flash and video. 
  • free entrance for children under 7 years of age.

How to get there:

  • Passeig de Gràcia, 41. 
  • by metro lines L2, L3 or L4 to station ‘Passeig de Gràcia’
  • by bus lines H10, V15, 7, 22 and 24 to stop ‘Provença’