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Casa Masó was the family home of the architect Rafael Masó (1880-1935). It is one of his most important architectural works and the only one of the famous houses over the River Onyar that is open to the general public. The house has been preserved together with its noucentista furniture and decoration. It also offers spectacular views of the city.
The building we see today is the result of the joining together of four separate dwellings acquired by the family between the mid-19th century and the turn of the 20th century. Today it looks similar to how it did after the final refurbishment completed by Rafael Masó in 1919. The house has been owned by Girona City Council since 2006 and is run by the Rafael Masó Foundation.
Casa Masó is open to the general public every day, morning and afternoon, from Tuesday to Saturday, except on local and national public holidays. The house can only be visited on guided tours for small groups of 10 people (max.) at stipulated times.