Nau Gaudí - Bassat Contemporary Art Collection of Catalonia

Nau Gaudí - Bassat Contemporary Art Collection of Catalonia

Mataró

 
c/ de la Cooperativa, 47
08302 Mataró
Telephone: 93 741 29 30
info@bassatgaudimataro.cat
www.bassatgaudimataro.cat

Artist museum
                  
In 1883 Antoni Gaudí constructed his first building, and he did so in Mataró for the Workers' Cooperative Society of Mataró. The Nau Gaudí is a manifesto of his way of understanding architecture and currently houses the private collection of publicist Lluís Bassat.
 
Admission: free

Free visits:

  • Every first Sunday of the month at 12 noon, free guided visit for the general public, no reservation required. Visit includes the Nau and the Bassat collection.
  • Every third Sunday of the month at 12 noon, free family activity for children 5 and older, no reservation required. Based on the works on display, parents and children create small works of art.

Guided visits: yes              

Languages: Catalan, Spanish and English

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Saturday 5 to 8 pm. Sunday and holidays 11 am to 2 pm.
June 15 to September 15, Tuesday to Sunday 6 to 9 pm.  

Closing days: Closed Mondays except on holidays
January 1 & 6, Good Friday, May 1, June 24, July 27, August 15, September 11 and  December 25 & 26
 
Activities:

  • Visits and workshops for schools. By prior reservation
  • Guided visits for the general public. By prior reservation

 
Adapted services:
Adapted toilets
Wheelchair accessible
 
 

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