Visit Casa Vicens at your own pace, staying as long as you like; we provide recommended routes.
Enjoy the visit at your own pace, with no limits. The conditioned building makes possible that visitors can admire and understand the first house of Gaudí and its details.
You will be able to walk the whole monumental enclosure including the garden and the interior of the building. You can tour the house freely, or if you prefer, you can tour it with our guides, following the recommended itineraries and making use of the materials we provide at the entrance.
In addition to the museum elements which are excellent materials of support, you can also count on the complementary explanations of the room staff.
Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm (doors close at 7:20 pm).
Closed: 25 December, 1 and 6 January.
Special days: 22 May, Santa Rita.
Free days/Open doors days: European Night of Museums and International Museum Day.
The Casa Vicens ticket office closes 40 minutes before the museum. Visitors must begin exiting the building between 10 and 15 minutes before closing.
The building and routes have been adapted with different resources to facilitate and improve visitors’ experience at Casa Vicens. Accessible tour for people with people with reduced mobility.
Carrer de les Carolines, 20-26
In the heart of Barcelona, in the Gràcia district, behind a wrought-iron fence in the shape of palm fronds, lies the best-kept secret: Casa Vicens, Gaudí’s first masterpiece.
Delve into Gràcia as you will Casa Vicens, little by little, calmly, at your own pace. To enjoy all it has to offer and the special environment on its streets and squares full of life; to chat with locals and enjoy the architecture, shops and buildings; to have some tapas or discover the latest cultural events. Because the Gràcia district is one of the city’s most emblematic neighbourhoods, packed with character: it combines the flavour of tradition, with workshops, herb shops, bookshops and cafés, with the most cutting-edge artistic and culinary offering.
Each August for the past 200 years, residents decorate their streets with spectacular adornments, a sign of the pride and authenticity of a town that was independent until 1879.
Casa Vicens, in the heart of Barcelona, in the Gràcia district, has great public transport connections.
Come to Casa Vicens in your own vehicle, and park nearby.
Several spaces for exhibitions and activities, both temporary and permanent, round out the visit to Casa Vicens.
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