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Gaudi's Casa Vicens in Barcelona Tickets
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Closed to the public for more than 130 years, Casa Vicens is now open to visitors and gives finally access to Gaudí’s first architectural masterpiece.

Follow Gaudí’s first steps on his way to becoming the celebrated architect of the Sagrada Família and discover one of the forerunners of modernist architecture and UNESCO World Heritage site.


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Accessibility 
The museum is fully accessible by wheelchair.


Overview

  • Discover Gaudí’s first important work and one of the earliest buildings of Art Nouveau.
  • Visit Casa Vicens’ interior and the adjoining garden.
  • Gain deeper insight into Gaudí’s architecture and the beginnings of modernism in the permanent collection of the Museum.
  • Enjoy the temporary exhibitions on topics related to Casa Vicens.

What to Expect

After extensive works in 2017, has Casa Vicens been restored to its original splendor and takes its visitors back to Gaudí’s beginnings and the birth of Catalan modern architecture. 

Commissioned by Manuel Vicens i Montaner, a wealthy stockbroker, Casa Vicens was built between 1883-85. Influenced by Neo-Mudéjar architecture, Gaudí designed the house in the upcoming art nouveau style, using vibrant colours and a variety of materials, such as iron, glass, ceramic tiles and concrete. In 1925 the house underwent renovations, in which the house and garden were extended and the entrance and main floor modified, still maintaining Gaudí’s original design. 

Take a tour through Casa Vicens, which will bring you not only closer to understanding Gaudí’s architecture but also give you deeper insight into Barcelona’s history. Learn through an audiovisual presentation how urban planning changed the face of the city at the turn of the century and understand the social, cultural and artistic context, in which Casa Vicens was designed. 


How does it work?

When you book your entrance ticket, please select the date and a time slot for your visit. The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the building. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want. 



Additional Information

  • Opening hours: daily from 10 am to 8 pm (last entrance at 7 pm)
  • Closed on 25 December, 1 and 6 January
  • Ticket offices close one hour before closing time
  • Guided tours available in English, Catalan, Spanish and French

How to get there

  • By bus lines 22, 27, 32, 87, 114, N4, V17 and the blue line of Barcelona Bus Turistic
  • By metro line L3 to underground stations ‘Fontana’ or ‘Lesseps’