C/ del Pouet de San Vicent, 1, Valencia + 34 963 528 481

The House of San Vicente Ferrer, saint patron of Valencia, is popularly known as Pouet de San Vicent. Here is the house where San Vicente Ferrer lived and inside is a museum dedicated to his life.

The home was acquired by the city of Valencia in 1573 and was almost entirely restored in 1677. By 1955, the house was rebuilt by architect Vicente Valls who followed standards of Valencian Goth.

Inside the House of San Vicente Ferrer is a Gothic octagonal church and a wooden altarpiece carved by Valencian sculptor Vicente Rodilla. The entire construction was inaugurated and blessed on 30 January 1955.

If you are looking for the best places to visit in Valencia, don’t forget to visit the House of San Vicente Ferrer.


Mon - Fri; 9:30 a.m - 01:30 p.m; 05:00 p.m - 08.30 p.m


General: € 2,00: Reduced: € 1.00 (groups, students, children under 12, Retired). Free: Children under 7 years old, Weekends and holidays