The Masó House is the birthplace of Rafael Masó (1880-1935), one of the most important works of his architecture and the only one that is open to the public of the famous houses on the Girona River. The house has been preserved with the furniture and decoration of the nineteenth century, and also offers unprecedented views of the city.
The current Casa Masó is the result of the successive union of four houses acquired by the family between the middle of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, and its current appearance is similar to that which it had after Rafael Masó’s last intervention in 1919. Since 2006, the house has been owned by Girona City Council and is managed by the Rafael Masó Foundation.
Individual entry: 6 €
Carnet Jove: 5€
Reduced entrance 50%: 3€
Tarjeta Girona Cultura, large or single-parent family, disabled, students, pensioners, jubilarians and parados; it is necessary to present the corresponding accreditation.
Children under 16 years of age (accompanied by an adult) and visits to the temporal exhibition.
On August 16th, the anniversary of Rafael Masó’s birth, admission is free for all members of the Club Girona Cultura.
It is recommended that you call or email in advance to book your visit.