See the place where it all started! Casa Vicens was the first major commission from Antoni Gaudí. You will be able to appreciate his legacy in this wonderful work of the master architect. It was built as a summer house for Manuel Vicens i Montaner, and the modernist movement began in Europe. This fascinating museum is a tribute to one of the most important creative minds in history.
When a Catalan stockbroker hired a young architect to design his vacation home, he couldn’t have imagined the scale of the genius he was about to unleash. Inspired by patterns from the natural world, this miniature palace filled with complex details and pastel hues is as impressive today as it was in 1883.
Enter Gaudí’s mind and discover a Technicolor tribute to his infinite imagination. The renovated building has been converted into an architectural museum and cultural space, with two meticulously designed floors and a truly exquisite rooftop terrace offering incredible views of the surrounding area.
Don’t miss the Mediterranean garden, dedicated to Santa Rita, and the cavernous Catalan vaults that now house the La Capell workshop: the perfect place to take a souvenir of your visit!
Show your digital ticket directly at the entrance of Casa Vicens.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.