Barcelona's Unique Houses, Cases Singulars
With the family, Guided walking tours
Do you want to find out how Barcelona's bourgeois households lived and decorated their houses? Discover them and gain a first-hand insight into the history of the city, the people who lived there and the architects who built them. Now in its tenth year, Cases Singulars open with a great deal of enthusiasm, having put in place all the health and safety measures to ensure visitors can enjoy and see Barcelona's unique heritage up close in a fun and interesting way. Tours of the Cases Singulars are always guided and pre-booking is essential. They are available in different languages. Group numbers are limited and the houses are opening at reduced capacity.
Enjoy the experience of Cases Singulars!
The houses currently open to visitors are:
Biblioteca Arús (Pg. Sant Joan, 26). Tuesday and Saturday. A library of books belonging to the city's masons and anarchists and Joan Proubasta's Sherlock Holmes collection.
Casa Museu Amatller (Pg. de Gràcia, 41). Wednesday to Saturday. A unique journey back to 1900.
Casa Rocamora (Ballester, 12). Thursday and Saturday. Isabelline-style mansion which was home to an art and clothing collector.
Casa Felip (Ausiàs Marc, 20). Friday. The beauty of the decorative arts.
Palau Baró de Quadras (Av. Diagonal, 373). Friday. An art-nouveau mansion in Barcelona.
Palauet Casades (Mallorca, 283). Saturday. The lawyers' mansion.
Reial Acadèmia de Belles Arts (Pg. d'Isabel II, 1. Llotja de Mar). Art collection inside the Llotja de Mar.