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Barcelona: Casa Amatller Priority Entry Ticket

1. Barcelona: Casa Amatller Priority Entry Ticket

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.

Barcelona: Casa Amatller Guided Visit with Chocolate Gift

2. Barcelona: Casa Amatller Guided Visit with Chocolate Gift

The Amatller House Museum, a key work of the architect Puig i Cadafalch, is one of the most exceptional buildings of modernist Catalan architecture in Barcelona and one of the most comprehensive house museums of Catalan Modernism. Amatller House Museum is an authentic hidden treasure in the heart of the city which conserves all of its splendor and the essence of the beginning of the century thanks to the existence of all of its original furniture and decoration, the fruit of extensive and careful restoration. It was designed in 1898 by the industrialist chocolatier Amatller Antoni, who had made his fortune by introducing industrial production methods into the family chocolate company Amatller Chocolates Visit the Amatller House Museum without queueing with your priority entrance ticket and discover the beauty of this modernist work. At the beginning of the visit, a guide who is specialized in the history of art will be waiting for you at the ticket booth, which is located in the main entrance of the building, to accompany you through the lobby and the main staircase until you reach the remarkable noble floor, the home of the Amatller family. During your visit, you will receive in-depth and detailed information about the historical context, the Amatller family and the architect Puig i Cadafalch, as well as getting to know and discover all of the elements of Catalan modernist architecture and the decoration and furniture in the house, all designed in the original style of the time.  

Barcelona: Discover Gaudi Architectural Guided Tour

3. Barcelona: Discover Gaudi Architectural Guided Tour

See amazing examples of modern architecture including the Antoni Tàpies Foundation and Casa Lleó Morera by Domènech i Montaner, Casa Amatller by Puig i Cadafalch, hidden courtyards, and, of course, the 3 main residential buildings designed by Antoni Gaudi: Casa Calvet, Casa Batlló, and Casa Milà.  Trace the path that took Antoni Gaudí from his social concerns toward a total absorption with the divine until he finally became 'the last great cathedral builder.' Delve into the architectural essence of Gaudi and his visual power, which made him such an inspiration to the Surrealists as well as the most famous Spanish architect. You'll learn about a series of turning points in his career that include a project in Manhattan, the last commission from his patron, Eusebi Güell, and his first architectural steps with the Sagrada Família. All of the guides are practising architects, most of whom are also professors of architecture as well as architectural critics. This wide spectrum of knowledge on a huge range of topics will help you to get an in depth insight into the buildings visited. At the end of the walk, you will receive a guide written by the local partner's passionate team with suggestions of places to have a drink and architecture to admire.


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What people are saying about Casa Amatller

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 38 reviews

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.

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.

Excellent guide. Fascinating insight into past age.

Well organized tour. Intimate and informative. Good to see a grand building by an architect other than Gaudi. No big crowds as at Casa Batlló next door, which is of course worth visiting. Insightful to understand competitive nature of the well-to-do of Barcelona in late 1800s/early 1900s as they sought to outdo each other. The chocolate drink at the end was a nice touch, and fitting in the house built by a chocolate entrepreneur!

Thank you for showing us a succession of treasured rooms inside the house. Your audio-visual guide was very easy to use and helped us understand each room in our own language. Finally, a cup of chocolate was tasty and relaxed us extremely.

The most beautiful house we saw in Barcelona

Beautiful house and very tasty chocolate. I would go back there again anytime.