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The Museum is sponsored by the Fundación Obra Social de Castilla y León. It explores the building's history and Antonio Gaudí himself, and houses 19th and 20th century paintings and works of art by Ramón Casas i Carbó, Raimundo de Madrazo, Joaquín...more
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On seeing this building, one would not associate it with Gaudí, rather it is in the prevalent neogothic style of the times it was build. As such, the building is interesting, but not an architectural wonder. One can visit a museum on the ground floor,...More
Recommend paying extra for the premium guided tour. Hector told and showed us so much more than we would have picked up on our own. But only 1 tour today in English. We booked in as soon as it opened then explored rest of Leon...More
The building looks very appealing from the outside. 12 € for a guided tour in English from top to bottom in the building. Very knowledgeable guide. Unfortunately, not much is original inside the building. The hand of the master is still present in the stairs,...More
We could enter the building via a side entrance and can selectie, with our wheelchair. As the top floor is not accessible, we chose to view just the ground floor. A good impression of what the building served as in the past. Nice!
Constant Companion and I were experiencing our last day in Leon. We had stopped by Casa Botines earlier in the day and found out there was a Salvador Dali exhibit depicting his interpretation of Dante's "Divine Comedy". We had planned to tour Casa Botines but...More
We did a quick tour of the first floor which had a few exhibits on the history of the house. There are guided tours but we elected to pass. The building is not as remarkable and unique as Gaudi’s Barcelona buildings so I would actually...More
I really enjoyed my tour though this museum. I love Gaudi’s work, and they’ve done a lovely job of highlighting his genius and offering you a glimpse into the era. The building was badly renovated in the 50’s and mostly restored in the 90’s -...More
With the entry fee & proximity to closing we merely circled the building taking photographs.
On this journey in the north of Spain, although mainly in the Basque country, we have been repeatedly disappointed by the lack of signage or audio-aids in English. Won't risk...More