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Visit one of Barcelona’s most emblematic buildings and discover what’s inside this fairytale castle.

After 100 years finally opened to the public, Casa de les Punxes (House of Spikes) awaits you with an immersive tour that takes you on a journey through Catalan architecture and the magic world of Sant Jordi, two essential elements of Catalan heritage.

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Audio Guide included
available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Japanese

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Accessibility
The visit is adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility, except the lifts to the towers. For visitors with hearing impairment, interpretation in Catalan sign language is provided and the audio guide is available in written form.

Overview

  • Visit one of Barcelona’s most distinctive masterpieces of modernist architecture.
  • Learn more about the building’s architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch.
  • Access the building’s spectacular rooftop terrace.
  • Discover the story of Sant Jordi, patron saint of Catalonia, in an interactive experience.

What to Expect

Although Barcelona’s modernist Eixample is full of architectural highlights and visual surprises, the Casa de les Punxes still stands out. Its six pointed towers, which earned the building its name ‘House of Spikes’, remind the visitor of a medieval castle, which seems to be taken from a fairytale.

Its history sounds a bit like from a tale as well, which begins in 1905 when Bartomeu Terradas, a successful textile industrialist, commissioned renowned architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch to construct three houses for his sisters Angela, Josefa and Rosa. The architect joined the houses’ facades in such a way, that they look like one single building and used towers, sculptures and ironwork to give it its distinctive medieval feel.

After more than 100 years, the house was first opened to the public just very recently in 2016 and attracts thousands of visitors with its unusual design. But La Casa de les Punxes offers more than just architecture and design. A tour through the building gives you the chance to find out more about Catalonia’s patron saint Sant Jordi and step into a world of knights, princesses and dragons.

Inclusions

  • Audio-guided tour

Additional Information

  • Opening hours: daily from 9am to 8pm (closed on December 25)
  • Last entrance one hour before closing time
  • Audio guide available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Japanese
  • The audio-guided tour takes about one hour.

How to get there

  • By bus lines 20, 39, 45, 47, H8, N5 to stop ‘Jardinets de Gràcia / Roselló’ stop or lines 6, 33, 34 to ‘Diagonal / Bruc’
  • By metro lines L4 and L5 to underground station ‘Verdaguer’ or L3 to ‘Diagonal’