Casa Museu Gaudí is the house where Antonio Gaudí spent much of his life, from 1906 until 1926. The building was ... More
Gaudí House Museum
Casa Museu Gaudí is the house where Antonio Gaudí spent much of his life, from 1906 until 1926. The building was designed by his colleague Francesc Berenguer in a modest style, which suited Gaudí's spartan way of life. However, the pergola in the garden was designed by Gaudí himself who was also responsible for the furnishings, along with some of his pupils like Josep Maria Pujol. It's one of the fantastic range of Modernist buildings you'll find in the magical and amazing Parc Güell . The park itself is an artistic masterpiece that includes many of Gaudí's own brilliant works and those of his main collaborators. Check website for the exact hours.
Amidst towering pines, The Inn at Bay Ledge literally clings to the cliffs of Mt. Desert Island, which is locally
referred to as "The Eden of New England". The decks which overlook the spectacular coastline are extremely inviting and ...
Created in order to preserve, exhibit and disseminate the history of Catalonia, it's located in an old warehouse in the
port, dating from 1900 and renovated in 1996 to house this museum. It's a dynamic, interactive and contemporary cultural ...
This museum is the oldest in the city. It opened in 1882 as the Museu Martorell because a geologist, Francesc
Martorell, donated his collection to found it. You'll see scale models of Montseny Nature Reserve (in Barcelona province) and ...