Tickets for Casa Milà - La Pedrera

Another masterpiece by Gaudí built from 1905-10 and commissioned by the wealthy Pere Milà. This building was designed to be used as a fashionable home for the Milà family and as an office block.

The original name of the house was Casa Milà, however the building is better known for its name La Pedrera (The Quarry) that refers to the uneven gray stone facade, which ripples around the corner of Carrer de Provença.

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Casa Milà - La Pedrera
261-265,Provença, 08008, Barcelona

Casa Milà - La Pedrera reviews

Jun 23, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
La Pedrera, Casa Milà.
Jun 22, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
A great experience and nice self-guided tour. The building and various exhibits give you a deeper understanding of Gaudi and what drove his design. There is a room with lockers where you can drop your knapsack or stroller. Lockers are 1€ which is returned when you unlock it.
Jun 20, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
Bueno
Jun 20, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
A not to be miss ed experience. This building with the headphones included in the ticket price leads to a real understanding of the genius of gaudi.
Jun 19, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
Pude conseguir entradas de manera rápida y efectiva.
Jun 18, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
No waiting.
Jun 17, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
Arrived with no tickets , all time slots full but booked on line as suggested by staff and got in with no queue an hour and a half later -just enough time for lunch.
Great tour great audioguide.
Jun 17, 2019
La Pedrera: Night Experience
Good experience; but within the night show can not visit the interiér of appartment to see the furniture as you might during the basic daily visit; but the roof spectaculous show is amazing
Jun 16, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
We had a fantastic time visiting the Casa Milla (La Pedrera). 😃
Jun 12, 2019
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line
Amazing building. I took over 2 hours to look at. I liked the photo done on a green screen with back grounds added