The Gaudí House Museum (Casa Museu Gaudí) was the home of architect Antoni Gaudí for the last 20 years of his life (1906-1926). It was opened to the public as a museum in 1952 to celebrate the centennial of his birth year.
The house itself was built under Gaudí's direction, the pink exterior and dramatic spire reflecting the artist's unique style. Inside the house, the rooms have been maintained to look how they did while inhabited by Gaudí. Pieces of furniture the artist designed fill the house, and walls are covered with his drawings and other original artwork. There is also a quaint garden behind the house featuring sculptures and an archway by Gaudí.
Most visitors request to see the architect's bedroom and bathroom to get a sense of Gaudí's personal life, but the Batllo Room, named after Casa Batllo, is also of interest. This room, along with many others in the house, was named in reference to important projects Gaudí took on and people he worked with over his lifetime. While only an estimated 50% of the house is open to the public, Gaudí fans will love this chance to visit the home of this iconic architect.