Gaudí Museum, Park Güell

Gaudí House-Museum


Güell Park , designed by Antoni Gaudí, is the setting for the architect's house-museum. The building where Gaudí lived for twenty years was built by Francesc Berenguer, one of his pupils.

The museum contains works and personal mementos of the architect, as well as a major collection of furniture designed by him. You can also see creations by artists such as Mir, Gimeno, Picasso, Mani, Jujol, Berenguer, Moisés and Oslé Matamala, among others. The house is set in gardens adorned with numerous iron railings designed by Gaudí, and a garden path covered by iron arches also designed by the master.

Gaudí House-Museum

Carretera del Carmel, 23A

08024  Barcelona  (Catalonia)

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