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Casa Milà – La Pedrera Tickets

Discover Gaudí's architectural brilliance in Barcelona

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Guided Tour

La Pedrera: Sunrise Experience

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  • Duration: 1h 15mins
  • Live guide in English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese
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La Pedrera: Night Experience

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  • Duration: 1h 30mins
  • Live guide in English, Catalan, Spanish, Chinese
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Tickets overview

  • The building has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984

  • It's the last private residence designed by Gaudí and one of Barcelona's most famous buildings

  • Its nickname La Pedrera translates to 'the stone quarry' for its unconventionally rough appearance. Its official title comes from the man who commissioned it – Pere Milà

  • See unique architectural elements such as the airy open courtyard and the building's bizarre chimneys

  • Try out an interactive virtual experience and put a new spin on your visit to Casa Milà

As one of Barcelona's top attractions, make sure you book your Casa Milà tickets in advance so you don't miss out on your chance to visit.

There's a range of Casa Milà tickets and guided tour options, so make sure you choose the one that's right for you.

Free and discounted tickets:

  • Companions of guests with a disability level equal to, or exceeding, 65% are entitled to free admission. Please report to the ticket office to show documentation certifying the level of disability

  • Residents of Catalonia qualify for a discounted ticket. Show a valid ID with proof of address at the ticket office

  • Member of ICOM can enter for free (make sure to bring proof)

General information:

  • The best times to visit are early morning (between 09:00-10:00) and in the afternoon (after 16:00)

  • The building is not suited for strollers; a baby carrier is advised instead

Accessibility information:

  • Nearly all of the building is wheelchair accessible, apart from roof-terrace and mezzanine. However, a platform has been erected at the exit from the lift that provides a sweeping view of the rooftop

  • There is a free wheelchair loan service for people with reduced mobility

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Vicente,  Portugal Portugal
01 May 2024
Average
Amazing spot. The guided visit is interesting although also stuffed with unnecessary artifacts, such as the show at the end. Unfortunately we did not get to visit any of the apartments.
La Pedrera: Night Experience
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Jelena,  Netherlands Netherlands
24 Apr 2024
Good
Easy and efficient regarding the tickets and availability. All worked except the discount code sent by Tiquets (as I have previously purchased another tickets), and there was no option to contact...
Easy and efficient regarding the tickets and availability. All worked except the discount code sent by Tiquets (as I have previously purchased another tickets), and there was no option to contact the client service as it was urgent.
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line + Audio Guide
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Andreas,  Sweden Sweden
28 Mar 2024
Excellent
Definitely worth a visit! Interesting to hear the thoughts from Gaudí himself and at the same time see it IRL. Don’t forget to push the + button on Your audio guide where there’s more interesting...
Definitely worth a visit! Interesting to hear the thoughts from Gaudí himself and at the same time see it IRL. Don’t forget to push the + button on Your audio guide where there’s more interesting information.
La Pedrera Essential: Skip The Line + Audio Guide

About: Casa Milà – La Pedrera

Another masterpiece by Gaudí built from 1905-10, 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 house's original name was Casa Milà; however, the building is better known by its name La Pedrera (The Quarry), which refers to the uneven gray stone facade that ripples around the corner of Carrer de Provença.

Monday 09:00 - 20:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 20:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 20:30
Thursday 09:00 - 20:30
Friday 09:00 - 20:30
Saturday 09:00 - 20:30
Sunday 09:00 - 20:30
Casa Milà – La Pedrera
Passeig de Gràcia, 92, 08008, Barcelona
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