Prepare your visit


  • Self-Guided Visit

    From Monday to Sunday:

    10 - 18.30 h (from April to October)

    10 - 17 h (from November to March)

    Last access 30 minutes before closing

  • Guided Visit

    Weekends and holidays:

    11 h in spanish and 12.30 h in catalan

    Guided tours in other languages are available upon request.

  • Information of interest

    The route of the visit may be modified depending on the availability of spaces.

    Closing days: 22nd of September and 25th of December.

    Free entry: 23 April, Night of the Museums, 24 September.

    There are no guided tours on free entry days.


General rate

Self-Guided Visit: €16

Guided tour: €20 / €5 (under 3 to 12 years old)

Audio guide: €4

Audioguide app: €3 (only at ticket offices)

Reduced rate

BCN residents, young people aged 12 to 29, over 65, people with a degree of disability of less than 65% or a degree of dependency 1 or 2, holders of the large family or single parent card, holders of the Tarta Rosa Reduida

Self-Guided Visit: €11.2

Guided tour: €14

Free visit (must be obtained at the box office)

Unemployed people and in ERTE (free visit only), under 12 years of age (accompanied by an adult), holders of the Free Pink Card, people with a degree of disability equal to or greater than 65% or with a degree 3 dependency and his companion, ICOM members. Over 65 on the first Sunday of the month.


20% off:
BCN Card, Tourist Bus, City Tours, Library Card, Club TR3SC, members of Òmnium Cultural.

50% of:
Ruta del Modernisme, Carnet Jove, members Official College of Doctors of Barcelona and Official College of Nurses of Barcelona.

Groups (maximum 30 people)

General: €250

Reduced: €180

Information and reservations:

School visits

Free visit (accompanied by teachers)
Students under 12: free entry
Students aged 12 to 18: €3

Guided tour (group-class)
Students under 18: €125
Students over 18: €140

Educational activities: €135

Information and reservations:

Family visits (recommended for boys and girls aged 6 to 11)

Infants: 5 €
Adults: 16 €

Technical visits (maximum 20 people)

350 €

Information and reservations:

How to get there

C. Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167 08025 Barcelona

  • Subway

      Sant Pau – Dos de Maig

  • Public transport

    Metro (L5): Sant Pau – Dos de Maig

    Bus: H8, 19, 47, 117, 192

  •     Parkings





The entrance to the Modernist Complex is wheelchair accessible. All the spaces on the tour are spacious and accessible.

At the entrance to the ticket offices, there is an information counter where the staff provides information on the different rates, timetables and the itinerary of visits to the Modernista Complex. The counter has a section at a maximum height of 85 cm.

Visitor service staff and room staff wear a white polo shirt and a black jacket and wear an credential hung around their neck with a blue ribbon.

We have a luggage service with accessible lockers.

Only guide and assistance dogs are allowed entry.

Physical accessibility

Access to the different visitor spaces is adapted using ramps and we have elevators with buttons with visual numbering, in braille and in high relief.

We have two loan wheelchairs for visitors who need them. They can be requested free of charge at the entrance counter.

There are possible rest areas both in the interior and exterior spaces of the Modernista Precinct.

The route of the visit is supported by a signaling system that marks the direction of the route as well as by a team of room staff who can be asked for information and assistance at all times.

There are accessible toilets at different points of the visit. We also have baby changing facilities.


For more information on accessibility to the Sant Pau Modernist Complex, call 93 553 71 45 or send an email to


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