In the visit to the Gaudí family's Manor House in Riudoms, you will discover the origin of the Gaudí family and, as experts say, how these rural origins and their environment clearly influenced their brilliant architectural work.
What today is known as the Gaudí family's Manor House, from the 18th century belonged to the grandparents, father and, finally, Antoni Gaudí himself. In 1925, a year before his death and having no offspring, Gaudí ceded it to the Arquebisbat of Tarragona, along with the Mas de la Calderera and other assets that he owned, provided that the proceeds of his sale or exploitation would be used To the Fundació Verge de Montserrat, that impelled the own Antoni Gaudí.
This house has three floors, lofts and main facade. On the ground floor there was a boiler shop, reproduced today.
The tour includes the workshop for boilermaking, forging and the family home of the time, an audiovisual and a permanent exhibition of plans to scale of some of the works of Antoni Gaudi, the work of the architect Hiroya Tanaka.
The Mansion of Antoni Gaudí is not usually open and therefore must be made prior reservation through the following email: email@example.com or by calling 977 850 350 (office hours from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ).
Duration: 80 minutes
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French and German
Address: Raval de Sant Francesc, 14, 43330 Riudoms (availability of free municipal parking nearby).
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