Gaudí Family House
This 17th-century house has been renovated in period style to show visitors the origins of the family of Antoni Gaudí, one of the greatest international exponents of Modernism. On the ground floor is a recreation of the boilermaker’s workshop in which his paternal grandfather and father exercised their trade and where it is believed young Antoni first became interested in art and volumes. He acquired his ability and command of form at an early age and in later life it allowed him to mentally plan his projects before committing them to paper. All visits are with a guide and include the showing of an audiovisual.