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Casa Batlló Barcelona – How to Visit Gaudi’s Modernist Masterpiece


Casa Batlló is impossible to miss.

The skull and bones balconies and dragon’s back rooftop really stand out – even along the ruta del modernisme on Barcelona’s historic Passeig de Gracia.

This marine-inspired, 32 meter high Art-Nouveau mansion designed by Antoni Gaudí might be the coolest house you’ll ever see.

Let’s take a deeper look to understand why 2000 tourists are visiting Casa Batlló every day.

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Casa Batllo is one of the most visited monuments in Spain.

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Casa Batlló by Antoni Gaudí Information

Casa Batlló was a mansion built in 1877 by a Barcelona architecture professor of Antoni Gaudi.

It was later bought in 1903 by local textile industrialist Josep Batlló y Casanovas, who turned Casa Batlló over to Antoni Gaudi – giving him full artistic freedom to transform the building.

The result was an astonishing move to the modern:

  • A universe of symbolism, a work of art in house form.
  • A building said to have almost no straight lines.
  • A daring ode to nature.
  • A functional, ergonomic home a century ahead of its time.

Today Casa Batlló is a a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best things to do in Barcelona, with over 700,000+ tourists making this architecture pilgrimage yearly.

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What to See at Casa Batlló

Casa Batllo is a vortex of waves and curves in homage to Gaudi’s refusal to use straight lines.

All Casa Batllo’s amazing architectural details were created by Gaudi himself: the handrails, roof chimneys, door knobs, windows and even the furniture all came from his genius mind.

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Best of all? Visitors get to see all his visions brought to life with an augmented reality video guide.

More on that later.

Let’s take a quick trip through Casa Batlló as a sneak preview.

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Casa Batlló Exterior

Casa Batllo is known informally as Casa Dels Ossos (‘House of Bones’) and it’s easy to understand why: the exterior balconies are shaped like the jaw bones of some demented alien creature hell-bent on enslaving humanity.

On the exterior you’ll see a facade covered in mosaics made from ceramic tile shards – the technique (known as trencadís) originated in France but was perfected by Gaudi for his many masterpieces.

The colourful and odd-shaped shards that form the patterns on Casa Batllo were taken from broken cups and plates at local factories. You’ll see the colours of the mosaics gently drift from golden orange to greenish blue.

The oval-shaped feature windows with stained glass are cut across by bone-like stone columns and the balconies are said to be designed after masks or even bats – interpret what you will!

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The Noble Floor at Casa Batllo

The Casa Batllo interior is the former residence of the man it was built for: wealthy cotton baron Josep Batlló.

Enter the private entrance hall and get taken to a sort of underwater cave lit by tortoise shell skylights. The nearly wobbling walls and their lack of straight lines make people dizzy! At the stairway and its animal spine banister you know you’re on the right track.

Here you’ll get a view of Casa Batllo’s most photographed area: the blue-tiled building well.

The main suite is made up of three interconnected rooms that are lit up by the massive windows seen over Paseo de Gracia. The wavy, almost whirlpool-like effect makes you feel the power of the sea.

The Casa Batlló Noble Floor also hosts a museum: both have only been open to the public since 2002.

The Casa Batlló Loft

No other part of Casa Batllo so aptly combines the freaky with the functional: what was once a service area where tenants could utilize storage space and do laundry is now the building’s most peculiar portion.

The simplistic whites and straight forward shapes of this well-lit room seem so practical until you realise you’re standing amidst 60 catenary arches that look like the rib cage of an animal.

It’s speculated that this is the rib cage of the animal whose top half we see on the Casa Batlló roof.

mosaic chimneys on the roof terrace of casa batllo in barcelona spain

The Casa Batlló Roof Terrace

If you look really closely you’ll see that the Casa Batllo’s roof imitates the scales of a dragon’s back.

Gaudi’s creativity is really on display here: he used mosaics to create an animal’s spine on the street side of the Casa Batlló roof while using the colourful trencadís on the other for contrast.

Make sure you check out the four chimneys and the four-pointed cross which some say is the sword of Saint George in the dragon’s back.

Others believe it is Gaudi’s statement that this World Heritage Site, and the Barcelona nature that inspired it, is god’s alone and not to be confused with the glorification of wealth.

The view of Barcelona from the roof at Casa Batlló is amazing.

image of antoni gaudi projected in the gaudi cube at casa batllo barcelona spain

The Gaudi 10D Experience

With the Casa Batlló renovations in 2021 they’ve upped the ante with the Casa Batlló 10D Experience.

The Gaudí Cube gives Casa Batlló visitors a chance to immerse themselves in the architect’s genius – by stepping into his mind.

The world’s first LED cube of this size and resolution projects a digital show on all 6 sides (floor included) using millions of Gaudi data points: drawings, photos, plans, writings, and more.

Casa Batlló Augmented Reality Tour

I promised that if you buy tickets to Casa Batlló you can get a unique self-guided tour: a mesmerizing adventure utilizing augmented reality, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

These handheld, tablet-like guides allow you to point them at furniture, appliances, and other places of interest in the house – that come alive with animations on Gaudi’s visions and important Casa Batlló history lessons.

This self guided tour available in 15 languages is included with all tickets.

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Where to Buy Casa Batlló Tickets

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Casa Batllo Ticket Options and Prices

Simply pick your date and time (there are entrances every 15 minutes) and skip the lines.

Once you’ve bought online tickets to Casa Batlló you’ll be emailed them and simply have to present them at the entrance via smart phone to be let right through.

FYI: as Casa Batllo is not a public entity there are no discounts for disabled visitors.

Casa Batllo Blue Prices

Casa Batlló BlueOnline PriceTicket Window Price
Senior (65+)€32.00€36.00
Youth (13 – 17)€29.00€33.00
Children (0 – 12)FreeFree

With the Casa Batllo Blue ticket you’ll receive:

  • Standard Casa Batllo entrance tickets
  • Intelligent audio guide (45-minute augmented-reality guide) in 15 languages
  • Gaudi Cube
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Looking to book general admission group tickets for 10+ guests? You’ll need to do so using the Casa Batllo group ticket form.

Casa Batllo Silver Prices

Casa Batlló SilverOnline PriceTicket Window Price
Senior (65+)€40.00€44.00
Youth (13 – 17)€37.00€41.00
Children (0 – 12)FreeFree

With the Casa Batllo Silver ticket you’ll receive:

  • Fast-track access to Casa Batlló
  • Intelligent audio guide (45-minute augmented-reality guide) in 15 languages
  • Gaudi Cube
  • Virtual reality tablet
  • Access to the Casa Batllo Council
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Casa Batllo Gold Prices

Casa Batlló GoldOnline PriceTicket Window Prices
Senior (65+)€42.00€46.00
Youth (13 – 17)€39.00€43.00
Children (0 – 12)FreeFree

With the Casa Batllo Gold ticket you’ll receive:

  • Exclusive VIP entry to Casa Batlló via the Gold line
  • Intelligent audio guide (45 min augmented-reality guide) in 15 languages
  • Gaudi Cube
  • Exclusive access to the Batllós’ Private Room & Council
  • Flexible booking & free cancellation
  • Exclusive outdoor lounge
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3 Houses of Gaudí

In 2022 the hottest new product online is the 3 Houses of Gaudi ticket package that allows you to skip the lines and see all three of Gaudi’s famous Barcelona mansions:

  • Casa Batlló 10D Experience with audio guide
  • Casa Milá (La Pedrera) with English audio guide.
  • Palau Guell (open ticket).
  • Barcelona city audio guide app with 100+ points of interest/itineraries
  • 10% discount to other attractions.
Senior (65+)€78.00
Student (12-15)€71.00
Youth (13-17)€59.00
Youth (11-12)€24.00
Child (7-10)€17.00

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Casa Batlló Magic Nights

From June to October you’ll have the option to have a drink and watch live music at the house’s legendary Dragonback Rooftop Terrace

This is a great option for those looking for something romantic to do in Barcelona.

Music at the one hour concert ranges from jazz to R&B to classical to salsa – this is one of the best Barcelona night activities.

All Casa Batlló Magic Nights tickets include:

  • Casa Batlló 10D Experience with audio guide
  • Private rooftop table
  • A glass of cava wine

This experience runs Tuesday to Saturday (two time slots: 6 pm and 8 pm).

Tickets for Casa Batllo Magic Nights start at €59.00 (minimum two tickets) while the Silver (better seats) and Gold (front row seats, extra cava, free cancellation) packages cost €75.00 and €79.00 respectively.

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Tips for Visiting Casa Batlló

  • Go early morning or late afternoon for smaller crowds.
  • Book your Casa Batllo admission tickets for the opening (8:30 AM) to ensure the quietest time.
  • Leave 60-90 minutes for the visit but you can stay as long as you want.
  • Take the stairs or you’ll miss the ensemble of light and colour in the inside patio.
  • Go straight to the top and work your way down.
  • Pass by again at night to see it lit up beautifully.
  • Visit during Christmas or Sant Jordi to see Casa Batllo decorated for the holidays.
  • See Casa Batllo’s program of events for special concerts and more.
  • If you’re also doing Casa Mila start there first then go downhill to Casa Batllo.

Still undecided? Check out my post: is Casa Batllo worth it?

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5 Interesting Facts About Casa Batllò

  1. Dragon’s Back Design: The roof of Casa Batlló resembles the back of a dragon, a design inspired by the legend of Saint George, Catalonia’s patron saint, who is said to have slain a dragon.
  2. No Straight Lines: Following Gaudí’s belief that there are no straight lines in nature, Casa Batlló features a facade and interior spaces devoid of straight lines, creating a flowing, organic feel.
  3. Natural Light Optimization: Gaudí ingeniously designed the central well of the building to optimize natural light, using tiles of varying shades of blue to evenly distribute light throughout the interior.
  4. Chimneys as Art: The building’s chimneys are not just functional but are also designed as striking sculptural elements, showcasing Gaudí’s approach to integrating form and function.
  5. World Heritage Site: In 2005, Casa Batlló was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site under “Works of Antoni Gaudí”, recognizing its contribution to the innovative architectural and artistic developments of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Casa Batllò History

  • 1877: Originally built as a conventional house in Barcelona, Spain.
  • 1903: Purchased by the Batlló family, who commissioned Antoni Gaudí for renovation.
  • 1904-1906: Gaudí’s renovation transformed it into a modernist masterpiece, symbolizing the legend of Saint George slaying a dragon.
  • 1904-1906: Features innovative use of shapes, light, and color; no straight lines, to mimic natural forms.
  • 1904-1906: Incorporates vibrant mosaics, curved glass, and intricate ironwork, showcasing Gaudí’s unique style.
  • 1904-1906: Central well designed to optimize natural light, with tiles in varying shades of blue.
  • 1904-1906: Chimneys designed as sculptural elements, integrating form and function.
  • Late 20th Century: Opened to the public as a museum and cultural venue after the Batlló family’s residency.
  • 2005: Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.
  • Today: Stands as a key attraction in Barcelona’s cultural and architectural landscape, celebrated globally.

Visiting Casa Batllo FAQ

  • What is Casa Batlló?

    Casa Batlló is a modernist building designed by Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona.

  • When was Casa Batlló built?

    Casa Batlló was built in 1904-1906.

  • Why is Casa Batlló important?

    Casa Batlló is important because it stands as an iconic representation of Catalan Modernism, showcasing Antoni Gaudí’s innovative use of shape, color, and light.

    Its architectural uniqueness, embodying nature-inspired forms and pioneering design techniques, symbolizes a break from traditional construction, making it a vital piece of cultural and artistic heritage in Barcelona.

  • Who owns Casa Batlló?

    Casa Batlló is owned by the Bernat family (Chupa Chups).

  • What is Casa Batlló used for?

    While it was once a family home, Casa Batlló is currently used as a museum and event space.

  • Is Casa Batlló free?

    No, entrance to Casa Batlló is not free – there are three different admissions depending on add-ons and prices start at €35.00.

  • Where is Casa Batlló?

    Casa Batlló is located in the heart of Barcelona, Spain, on Passeig de Gràcia, a prestigious avenue in the Eixample district renowned for its architectural treasures.

Visiting Casa Casa Batlló Soon?

So, after all that info… maybe you’re ready to visit La Casa Batllo?

Ready or not, I’ll invite you to write to me below if you have any additional questions about this epic Gaudi creation.

Enjoy Casa Batllò 🙂

  • February 23, 2020 at 12:16 pm
    Hello there! Thanks for the great sharing! I'm planning to buy Go Barcelona pass (, do you know if if that gives me a free access for Blue pass only or I can access for Gold pass as well with my Go Barcelona pass? Ryan
  • November 24, 2019 at 5:00 am
    Pranav Chandrasekhar
    Ash, this site should be a mandated must-read for everyone traveling to Barcelona. What a wealth of information and so succinctly expressed. I have an odd question for you. I have a ticket to visit Casa Mila at 10:30 am this Friday. I plan to visit Casa a Batllo right after. What is the earliest I should book for at Casa Batllo? Please do let me know.
    • November 24, 2019 at 1:24 pm
      Team Member
      Hi again Pranav, Thanks again for your very kind words... always glad to help! I would leave about 70 minutes (60 quickly, 90 minutes if you want to do every inch) to do Casa Mila so this means that the earliest I'd schedule Casa Batllo for is 12:00, or even 12:30 to not force things and give me time for coffee etc. Cheers, Ash
      • November 24, 2019 at 8:47 pm
        Pranav Chandrasekhar
        Hi Ash, A huge thank you for the prompt and helpful response. I'll make the reservation for 1pm to be on the safer side. Thank you once again! Regards, Pranav
        • November 25, 2019 at 12:53 pm
          Team Member
          No problem at all! Enjoy :)
  • October 16, 2019 at 3:42 am
    Hi Ash, Thanks for your useful tips, it helps alot in planning my trip to Barcelona this coming Nov! We would like to visit both Casa Mila and Casa Batllo, on 2 different day. One would be late afternoon ard 4pm after Segrada Familia, and the other one at night.. Which do u think we should visit when there is still sunlight? Then the other one will go at night. We wish to catch both with some amazing photo. If you dont mind, could please have a look at my itinerary and give some comment? We will be reaching Barcelona late afternoon on Satutday and leaving to Madrid on Wednesday morning. Day 1 Sat: camp nou (around 4pm) Day 2 Sun: sant Pau Recinte Modernista > lunch > segrada familia > one of the casa (ard 4pm) Day 3 Mon: park guell > lunch > gothic area > the other casa Day 4 Tues: Montserrat Really appreacite your advice. Btw, where is the best place to buy some iconic souvenir? Thank you in advance Cheers, LP
    • October 16, 2019 at 11:52 am
      Team Member
      Hi LP, Thanks for writing in with your very kind words :) I'm partial toward seeing Casa Mila in the evenings just because the roof terrace is really spectacular in the dim light. In fact, if you go for the Night Experience ticket you'll get an audio visual display, spectacular light projections, much smaller crowds, and wine! As for the rest of the itinerary to me it looks great. You've got balance and you haven't overplanned or included too much. Would maybe throw in the Magic Fountain to cap off day one. Other than that you're good to go :) Ash
  • August 20, 2019 at 5:07 pm
    Melissa werger
    Hello Ash! First, thank you for your site! Such an amazing service! So I have questions! We are arriving late on a Sunday night. Per your advice, we have an 11 am Gotic walking tour on Monday and Sagrada Familia 6pm in Monday to catch late afternoon sun. Tuesday we go to Park Guell at 9:30 am. Weds we want to see the fountains at night. We leave Thurs morning. We have our two teen boys, 13 and 15. Looking for recos on if any of the night experiences should be done (Milo, Battlo, etc). And looking for your recos of where to fit in Battlo, Mila, Picasso museum, Barceloneta, Montjuic, Montserrat, Pedrera, and Tobitabo (excuse the spelling am on a NY subway and going from memory — always in a NY rush!). Any and all suggestions welcome. Also — this may be harder — any tapas suggestions for my 15 yr old vegetarian? And last — and this is sacrilege so please forgive — we won’t be able to catch a game in Barcelona, should we (and I am ducking under the table) catch Real Madrid when in Madrid? Thank you!!!!!
    • August 21, 2019 at 11:02 am
      Team Member
      Hello Melissa, I wrote you on Facebook but will copy the message here so others can benefit from the tips. Let's see, in case you haven't read I would point you toward my 3 day itinerary post: Because I plan it out to minimize travel times and bunch the attractions in the same areas. That said, if you've already booked some of the stuff we can work with that as well. In general I'd try and work in Picasso Museum and Barceloneta in the 2-3 hours you have between the walking tour and Sagrada. Both should be easily accessible from the tour ending point. I would think teenagers would prefer the Casa Mila Night Tour to the Casa Batllo one... you could schedule that for Tuesday evening. Wednesday seems to be the day to fit in a bunch of stuff with a big gap in the middle of it... this would be the time to go to Tibidabo as you don't want to be rushed. Then you could fit in Montjuic right before the fountains. As for Casa Batllo you could walk by it on the way to Casa Mila... if you want to visit it on the inside though you can definitely fit it in on the Wednesday afternoon. Keep in mind though this is a full on itinerary! You'll need to keep hydrated and be used to being on the move... but I suppose being from NY you're already used to that Montserrat is very far away and I would either do that or Tibidabo, but not both... depends what you're looking for! As for the vegetarian teen I have a list of vegetarian restaurants here: For tapas the best bet for vegeterians and picky people in general is to eat pintxos: Because there 30-40 varieties and something for everybody. I'd recommend La Tasqueta del Blai. And as somebody who secretly despises Barcelona FC, regardless of my love for the city, I would say seeing Real Madrid is a very good consolation prize Cheers, Ash
  • August 14, 2019 at 12:39 am
    Hi Ash - We only have 3 days in Barcelona and I don't want to book too many sites. We really love just walking around and discovering. We already are going to Sagrada, Park Guell and the Picasso museum. So, if you had to choose, which would you do, Casa Batllo or Casa Mila? Also, in comments above you noted that with the blue and silver tickets you will have to wait in line, but you also noted that you can skip the line with blue and silver, you will just have to wait in a 5-10 minute queue. Can you please confirm which is accurate? Thanks.
    • August 14, 2019 at 4:28 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Kathleen, If I had to choose just one it would be Casa Batllo... they've really spent much more time of the marketing and presentation. The video guide is superb and in my mind there are more interesting things to visit on the inside. As for the tickets... there are two lines... one is for buying tickets and one is for getting in. The Silver and Blue ones will naturally get you past the original ticket line, but you'll still have to wait to get in where as the Gold ones you get your own VIP queue which is empty and you go right on in. It's a bit confusing, but if you aren't so much interested in the Gold option a silver is fine since you probably still won't have to wait all that long. Cheers, Ash
      • August 14, 2019 at 8:11 pm
        Kathleen Mulhearn
        Thanks so much for your speedy response!
        • August 15, 2019 at 10:36 am
          Team Member
          No problem! :)
  • July 16, 2019 at 11:43 pm
    Quick question on Casa Battlo tickets. The Silver and Gold include the Modernist Hall. Is it worth the extra cost? I am just not sure if I would be missing out if I didn't upgrade my ticket. Thank you so your site!!!
    • July 17, 2019 at 5:01 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Desiree, The modernist hall is the most thoroughly decorated and most impressive of the rooms... if you're really interested in going back in time and having a walk through a room as it would've been when Casa Batllo was at its peak then I would definitely grab the Silver or Gold tickets. If it doesn't bother you much I'd just go for the Blue :) Cheers and thanks for the kind words! Ash
      • July 17, 2019 at 5:24 pm
        Thank you so much Ash!!!!
        • July 17, 2019 at 5:45 pm
          Team Member
          No problem! :)
  • July 5, 2019 at 11:00 am
    Hi Ash, This is such an amazing page! But what I can't find is, if I would like to buy the basic ticket online, how long will the queue to enter the building be? And if you're to choose Casa Battlo or Sagrada Familia, which one you prefer to visit first in the morning and later in the afternoon, to avoid a too long queue? Thank you, Stef
    • July 6, 2019 at 11:16 am
      Team Member
      Hi Stef, Thanks for the very kind words and welcome to the page :) if you buy the basic ticket you'll skip the ticket line but you'll still have to queue up with the other people of your time slot... it may be 5-10 minutes maximum so no worries there. For either attraction you won't be waiting in line very much as long as you book your tickets online in advance... it won't make a difference either way. I would just book according to your convenience :) Ash
  • June 24, 2019 at 1:35 am
    We are trying to decide between the 'Be the first' and the gold option for tickets to Casa Batllo. If we buy the 'Be the first' tickets, what happens after 9am? Are there individual lines for each room? If so, do we still get priority access and get to skip the lines for the other rooms, just like the gold ticket holders?
    • June 25, 2019 at 1:18 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Anand, After 9 am they'll let in the 'general public' or the people who have time slots for this hour... obviously it'll be a bit more traffic inside but having the house almost to yourself for 30 minutes between 8:30 and 9:00 is almost enough to get it all done, and you'll be up near the roof by 9 and the others will have to catch up! There normally aren't individual lines to enter the rooms... the crowd kind of just flows in and out of them... but if there were, it wouldn't have anything to do with your ticket. The skip the line stuff only refers to the entrance of the building itself. Ash
  • June 20, 2019 at 11:25 pm
    Hi there! Trying to figure out tickets for the Magic Nights. We’ll have our 8-year-old twins with us...worth buying gold for all four of us? Feel like they really won’t benefit from those “two free drinks”.
    • June 21, 2019 at 12:03 pm
      Team Member
      Hi Katia, Indeed, even if they substitute some soft drinks it certainly wouldn't be as valuable as the wine. Provided you don't mind waiting a tiny bit in line without the line skipping potential (which isn't the biggest deal anyway) I'd go for the silver one... no need to go for gold in this case imo :) Ash
  • June 20, 2019 at 5:30 pm
    Hi Ash, thanks for the super helpful article. Hope you can help me with some questions about the magic nights: If I purchase a ticket for magic night, can I skip the line for the entrance as well? Or only with the "Magic night gold ticket" again and with other tickets you still have to wait in line? Do you know if I can come earlier than 20:00 for the visit if I have a magic night ticket? it says entrance at 20:00 and concert at 21:00 so that leaves a maximum of 60 min for the visit itself, while if you purchase a regular ticket you can stay there as long as you want... I would like to have a bit more than an hour to look at everything and not be in a rush.... I would greatly appreciate any tips for that :) Thanks a lot! Best wishes, Sarah
    • June 21, 2019 at 10:07 pm
      ... And if I have to wait in line, I guess it's not that bad, since it will be in the evening...?
      • June 22, 2019 at 12:03 pm
        Team Member
        Yes it won't be as bad as during peak times! Hopefully only 15 minutes or so :)
        • June 22, 2019 at 3:10 pm
          Thanks a lot! I'll risk it then to not get a gold ticket. ;-) and do you know if I can get into the house already before 8 with the magic night ticket?
          • June 23, 2019 at 10:06 am
            Team Member
            Hi Sarah, To my knowledge you can only get into the house at the indicated hour on the ticket... but not to worry, you should be able to see everything in the hour before the concert! It took me maybe 45 minutes to wander the house and I was making sure to stop and photograph everything. Ash
            • June 27, 2019 at 12:37 pm
              great, thanks!
              • June 27, 2019 at 12:49 pm
                Team Member
                No problem at all :)
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