Skip the line on this 1-hour guided tour of La Casa de la Seda (The House of Silk) in Barcelona. See the luxurious headquarters of the Art of Silk Association, one of the most influential institutions of 18th-century Catalan society. An expert guide will explain the fascinating history of this emblematic house, dating back 300 years.
Visit La Casa de la Seda (The House of Silk), one of Barcelona’s guild houses, open to the public two Saturdays on month. In addition to tours, its beautiful rooms host all manner of social events.See the elegant splendor of the house’s interior and exterior, built between 1758 and 1763. See how guild members socialized during its peak in the 18th century. Explore its library, home to many 16th-century documents and parchments. Admire its intricate silk-lined walls, marvel at its stunning architecture, and learn the fascinating history behind the house. Declared a National Cultural Heritage site in 1919, the house won the Gold Medal of the City of Barcelona in 1929. This headquarters of the Art of Silk Association was widely admired in its heyday. Take the opportunity to experience its coveted legacy.