Open from 10am to 8pm, Monday through Sunday and holidays.
MARCH – OCTOBER
Open from 10am to 7pm, Monday through Sunday and holidays.
NOVEMBER – FEBRUARY
Open from 10am to 6pm, Monday through Sunday and holidays.
1 DAY A YEAR
Closed on december 25th.
How to get there
Gaudí Exhibition Center
Pla de la Seu, 7,
(In front of the Cathedral of Barcelona)
See on Google Maps
BUS: Lines 45, V15, V17.
METRO: Line 4 Jaume I – Line 3 Liceu.
BARCELONA BUS TURÍSTIC: Red route Barri Gótic stop.
BARCELONA CITY TOUR: East Green route Catedral Gótic stop.
Phone: 932 687 582
The Gaudí Exhibition Centre is the first museum dedicated to the work of Antoni Gaudí located in a very special place next to the Cathedral, in the city centre. The museum houses Walking with Gaudí, an indispensable and enjoyable way of understanding the great architect. This journey includes a spectacular 180º video prologue, a virtual reality area, audio-visuals created especially for the exhibition, multimedia, holograms, stage sets, models, documents and unique pieces.
The audio guide is included in the ticket price. It is available in the following languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
Get discounts for the museum:
If you are a group of between 10 and 30 people, you may obtain discounts when purchasing tickets online.
This kind of visit includes a tour with audio guide, available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. The visit duration is approximately one hour.
The guided visit, led by specialized guides, reveals all of the secrets of the Walking with Gaudí’s exhibition.
All groups and guides that wish to enter the museum must receive prior accreditation from the museum. It is mandatory for the accredited guide giving explanations on museum premises to use handheld transceivers. If you do not have these, they are available for rental from the museum.
- A reservation and advance payment are required and must be made at least 15 days in advance. We recommend that you arrive fifteen minutes early.
- Available languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, Italian and German.
- Approximate duration: 1 hour.
School visit - with educator
The educational guided tour, with various levels, is thought out for students between 8 and 18 years old as well as for students of architecture, history and art history. Thanks to the latest technology, students and teachers, with the help of the educator, will discover the context in which Gaudí lived in, offering them the basic tools to analyze his motives and influences that led him into achieving a creative and architectural revolution.
- Schedule: From 19am, Monday through Sunday
- Price: 160€ per group, up to 25 students.
- Recommended grades: Starting from first grade.
- Duration: 1,5 hour aprox, adaptable to the needs of each group.
School visit - without educator
This form of visit includes a walk with audio guide, available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
- Schedule: From 10am to 6pm, Monday through Sunday.
- Price: 120€ per group, up to 25 students. Ask us about special prices for smaller groups.
- Recommended grades: Primary school, middle school, high school.
- Duration: 1 hour aprox.
Included in the ticket price and available in 10 languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Russian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
The museum offers them for rent, to be used for guided visits.
Most of the building’s spaces are adapted for people with reduced mobility. There are lifts and platform stairlifts. In order to use them, just request to do so from the staff at the Museum’s entrance.
Wheelchair entrance is through the gift shop, located at Avinguda de la Catedral, 4.
Guide dogs are allowed in the building and the galleries, accessible restrooms.
For inquiries, please call 933 15 22 13.
On the ground floor, the bookstore and gift shop specializes in Gaudi, Modernism and Barcelona.
Located on the ground floor next to the exit and the gift shop. They are adapted for people with reduced mobility.