The pamphlet which gives information about the house doesn't mention the need to book ahead but as there are group bookings it is best to ring and make a time. The entry price of a few Euros includes an information-packed guided tour. The house is set in a pretty garden on a hill in a very pleasant neighbourhood. The rooms in the house are very small and rather quaint, but very evocative as the house remains as it was when de Falla lived there, with his furniture and personal possessions still in place. The guide's descriptions of his life make it easy to imagine de Falla's life there and to visualise meetings with his famous friends in his living room. At only a few Euros each to go in, with the bonus of a guided tour, this is one of the best value and most interesting things you can do in Granada - highly recommended. But ring ahead.