On this very day, June 25 in 1852, Antoni Gaudí i Cornet was born (25/06/2014)
At the age of 16, Gaudí moved to Barcelona, where he studied architecture and created most of his works. Nevertheless, his creative universe was always marked by the forms and colours of the Mediterranean landscape of his childhood and the great spatial vision that he acquired thanks to being the “son, grandson and great-grandson of boiler-makers”, as he himself used to say.
On this very day, June 10 in 1926, Antoni Gaudí i Cornet died (10/06/2014)
Gaudí was buried on June 12 in the Chapel of Carmen in the crypt of La Sagrada Família. His funeral cortège, which followed a route around much of the city, was accompanied by a huge crowd of people come to bid their last farewell to the architect.
ATTENTION! Regulation of the Monumental Zone of Park Güell (25/10/2013)
It should be noted that the Gaudi House Museum is located outside the regulated zone and therefore, in the free access area of the park. For further information about admission prices for the Gaudí House Museum, please click here