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Tickets for Casa Batlló: Skip The Line + Video Guide

This Gaudí-designed masterpiece seems animated

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$24.25
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Instant ticket delivery
Smartphone tickets accepted
Wheelchair accessible
Skip the line
Best time to visit
Before 11:00
Opening hours
09:00 - 21:00 (last entrance 20:00)
Video guide
English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Portuguese

Highlights

  • Visit Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí­'s most impressive works, with an insightful video guide to explain the distinctive features and elements
  • This UNESCO World Heritage site is a favorite with locals who, due to its animalesque appearance, refer to it as Casa dels Ossos (House of Bones)
  • The central well of the building has windows that are smaller at the top, and tiles that lighten in color on the way down, designed for an even distribution of light

Description

Skip the line at the seemingly animated Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí's most surprising works (and that's really saying something!) From the smallest details in the interior, to the famous slain dragon on the roof, this is a true Gaudí masterpiece.

Gaudí's masterpiece Casa Batlló, located in the heart of the city, was built in 1877, as an apartment building. The wealthy Batlló family bought the complex in 1904 and knowing what a genius he was, asked Gaudí­ to build another in its place. Never one to do the expected, Gaudí­ instead decided to renovate the building. Today it stands out as one of the most emblematic works of the brilliant Catalan.

Gaudí­ worked without limitations and let his creativity run free. This resulted in one of the most poetic of his works - you can practically feel the magic as you walk about. He gave the original facade a wavy undulating shape, complete with fascinating little details. Part of it, by the windows, looks like the jaws or bones of an animal, giving the whole facade an animalistic, almost animated appearance.

Everywhere you look, there are thought-provoking notions, inspired usage of space, and iridescent color. Don't forget to look up. On the roof is a hump representing the dragon that was slayed by St. George.

With five distinct areas spread over more than 5,000 m2, there's a world of fascination awaiting inside Casa Batlló. And paired with the video guide, your appreciation of this remarkable building will be piqued.

Location

Casa Batllo
Pg. de Gràcia, 43
Barcelona

Directions

What's included?

  • Video guide

Additional information

How to use your tickets

Show your smartphone tickets at the entrance.

Note

The museum visit is suitable for blind people. This is a tactile environment, with shapes, forms and textures that can be fully appreciated by touch.

Customer reviews

Lynnette , Spain
Nov 28, 2016
Was hoping to see a bedroom and a bathroom. Are there actually people living in those apartments?
Christopher , United Kingdom
Nov 28, 2016
What an imagination..really worth the time and effort.
Louise
Nov 15, 2016
Purchasing tickets this way made it so much easier. I had a separate online ticket entrance which was empty. Building was amazing and loved the interactive guide - a must see for any trip to Barcelona!
Jette
Nov 13, 2016
Fantastic with the video guide whereabouts you could follow your own Way
Anonymous
Nov 13, 2016
Llegue a la casa batllo y había una pequeña lista de espera, pero yo por llevar mi tiqet pase directo y sin problemas.
Anonymous
Nov 13, 2016
Well worth the time to explore. Very engaging video tour
Anonymous
Nov 8, 2016
Absolutely loved it
LUKA
Nov 7, 2016
excelent !!!
BOLLU
Nov 7, 2016
Very nice !
Lennart
Nov 4, 2016
A very, very special building.