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Barcelona: Casa Amatller Priority Entry Ticket

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Activity provider: Casas Singulares

Barcelona: Casa Amatller Priority Entry Ticket

Activity provider: Casas Singulares

From £10.14 per person

Visit the only Modernist house in Barcelona to conserve its original beauty on a guided tour of the Casa Amatller house museum. Look at old photos and videos of what the building used to look like with a tactile tablet and headphones.

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Spanish, Catalan, English, French
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  • Explore the only fully conserved Modernist house in Barcelona
  • Enjoy priority entrance to the Casa Amatller house museum
  • Learn the history of the building and the Amatller chocolate company
Full description
Explore a key building by the architect Puig i Cadafalch with a priority entrance ticket to the Casa Amatller house museum. See the original furniture and decoration of the Modernist monument, designed in 1898 for the industrialist chocolatier, Amatller Antoni. Learn more about the industrial production methods of the Chocolates Amatller company. Hear about the building from an art historian guide as you marvel at the main staircase in the lobby and rooms where the noble Amatller family lived. Get explanations about each part of the house and its historical context through the provided tablet and headphones. Look at photographs and videos to see what the house looked liked in historical times, and ask your guide any questions you may have. End in the chocolate shop, where you can discover an exclusive selection of Amatller chocolates.
  • Priority entrance ticket to the Casa Amatller house museum
  • Tablet and headphones
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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    Meeting point

    Meet in the lobby of the Casa Amatller, Passeig de Gràcia, 41, Barcelona.

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    Important information

    Know before you go

    • There is lift access for people with reduced mobility
    • Entrance is limited to a maximum of 25 people per visit
    • Visitors are not allowed entry to the museum in high heel shoes, and all visitors are required to wear shoe covers to protect the monument
    • The Casa Amatller house museum is open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Entrance slots are every 30 minutes, except 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM and 5:00 PM
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    4.7 /5

    based on 54 reviews

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    Not a Gaudi house, but redesigned at the same time and no less interesting. Note: It is the neighboring house of Casa Batlló, so you can visit both on the same day. There is no German-speaking tour, but there is one in English. At the beginning you get an audio guide (tablet) that first gives you an introduction to images and sound and later on to every room. The guide gives additional information and accompanies the group through the house. To protect the floors, you have to pull thin pads over your shoes. In the end, you get a cup of hot, melted chocolate with a little toasted white bread "served" at small tables in the stairwell - in our case, it slams down. In the chocolate shop you can buy sweets, but also eat something healthy.

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    26 September 2019

    Beautiful residence of the 900

    I booked a visit to this beautiful house, a stone's throw from Batilló, being truly impressed by the sumptuous entrance staircase, the particularity of the interior and the kindness of the staff. The printed ticket was accepted without any problems. Excellent hot chocolate with biscuit bread, served in the internal courtyard of the house and included in the ticket price. Highly recommended activity, also because it is relaxing and without the crowds found in Gaudí's houses.

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    10 January 2019

    Beautiful place. Very friendly staff. Less visited and yet worth the visit.

    12 March 2022

    Product ID: 121755