Designed by the architect Lluìs Domènech i Montaner and built between 1905 and 1908, the Palau de la musica Catalana represents one of the most Symbolic examples of Catalonia’s archtectural and musical heritage; in 1997 it has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Places are limited to 55 people per group
Length of tour: 55 minutes.
January-June / September-December: 10am-3.30pm.
July and Holy Week: 10am-6pm. August: 9am-8pm.
The Orfeó Català’s modernista rehearsal room, including a 15-minute audiovisual about the history of the Palau de la Música Catalana and society in the early 20th century.
The foyer, a new area which provides a meeting place and is open to the public every day.
The Palau’s modernista hall, flanked by two lamps characteristic of Barcelona at the time, is the former main entrance.
The concert hall, with its harmonious proportions, sumptuous décor and vast central skylight which fills the space with light. You’ll have the unique opportunity to walk on the stage and see the auditorium through the eyes of the performers.
The Sala Lluís Millet is named after the founder of the Orfeó Català. Its huge stained glass window reveals the row of columns on the balcony of the façade.
Things To Bring
Right after booking you will receive a voucher.
Please print it and show at:
Palau de la Musica (exact address on your voucher)