Tickets for Park Guell & Gaudi House Museum.
- Park Güell
- Park Güell Monumental Zone
- Gaudi House Museum
This is a great combination ticket for any Antoni Gaudi fans giving you access to both the Park Güell and the Gaudi House Museum.
The world-famous Park Güell with its Monumental Zone, attracting millions of visitors each year to enjoy the peace of the park in the middle of Barcelona city! See Gaudi’s design with the Monumental Zone. Originally meant to be an exclusive housing estate for the wealthy and aristocrats of Barcelona but them due to budget problems, turned into what it is today, and an incredible park for visitors to enjoy.
Gaudi House Museum
Whether its your first time visiting or your tenth, you will still enjoy the Gaudi House Museum as it never fails to inspire! The house is one of only two properties that were completed in the park and Gaudi ended up moving into it and lived there until he died.
Park Güell Opening Hours
Daily: 09:30 – 20:30
Casa Museu Gaudi Opening Hours
Daily: 10:00 – 18:00
Useful Information About Park Guell
How to get to Park Guell
By Metro: Green Line (L3) to Lesseps or Vallcarca Stations. Both are about a 20-minute walk.
By Bus: Bus H6, D40 Lines and are both about a 10-minute walk.
Bus Turistic and Barcelona City Tour: Bus Turistic is the Blue Line and the stop is Park Guell. Barcelona City Tour Bus is the East or Green Line and again, its the Park Guell stop.
Interesting Facts About Park Güell
- Park Güell was originally meant to be a housing development for the wealthy and upper-class and aristocrats of Barcelona, however due to budget issues, Gaudi only managed to complete two properties
- Antoni Gaudi himself then ended up purchasing one of the two properties completed and lived there for the rest of his life.
- Park Güell was eventually handed over to the City of Barcelona and their ownership