Once again Casa Vicens celebrates the Festa Major de Gràcia with a discount on tickets, family workshops and a special prize in the decorated streets contest

  • For the second year running, Gaudí’s first house will award a prize in the famous competition for street decoration for the Fundació Festa Major de Gràcia
  • From August 15 to 21, Casa Vicens organises free activities in the streets and offers discounts on tickets to visit Gaudí’s first house

This will be Casa Vicens’ sixth year participating in the Festa Major de Gràcia. Gaudí’s first house has organised free family activities in the streets, a discount on the price of their tickets and, in addition to this, it is once again taking part in awarding a special prize to the street whose decoration best reproduces the selected theme. This prize is added to the prizes for the street competition of the Fundació Festa Major de Gràcia, and will enable the winners to make a special visit to Casa Vicens Gaudí.

Free family workshops

You can also find Gaudí’s first house among the decorated streets with the workshop “Design your own carnation tile”, a family workshop where participants will be able to transform the characteristic Casa Vicens tile using a mixed technique. The workshop will be held at two times: 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., from August 15 to 21. Among the streets that will host the workshop are Carrer de Mozart, Plaça de la Vila, Carrer de la Providència, Carrer de la Fraternitat de Baix, Plaça del Nord or Carrer de Joan Blanques.

Visits to Casa Vicens will have a 20% discount

From August 15 to 21, you can buy tickets to visit this UNESCO World Heritage site with a 20% discount, using the code FMGRACIA. The promotion is only valid for purchases made on the website www.casavicens.org for tickets for the Free Visit, Guided Tour, Olfactory Guided Tour, Visit with Photo Session and Summer Vicens.

Casa Vicens is open every day, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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