Up the steps of Park Güell and to the right, the museum is the Alice-in-Wonderland house where Gaudí lived with his niece from 1906 to his death in 1926. Exhibits include Gaudí-designed furniture and decorations, drawings, and portraits and busts of the architect.
Jan 2, 2006
Do not expect to see the house as it was when Gaudi lived there. Most rooms have been re-furnished with furniture taken from houses that Gaudi designed. I expected to get better insight into Gaudi's working methods. The house was not designed by Gaudi and lacks his dream-like character. Better save the money and visit his creations!
Sep 11, 2002
You can get entrance if you pay $1 extra for a ticket at Sagrada Familia. If you happen to be in Parc Guell, it is worth a look.