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Sagrada Familia Tickets

Come marvel at Gaudí's ultimate masterpiece

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Sagrada Familia: Guided Tour

  • Duration: 1h 30mins
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Spanish
  • Group of max. 30 people

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Sagrada Familia FAQs

Reduce the long queues with a Fast Track ticket, skip the line as part of a small group tour, or combine your entrance and tour with tower access.

The guided tour will give you deeper insights from your guide. If you want to explore alone or at your own pace, go for just the entrance ticket - it includes the Sagrada Familia audio guide app.

You can also combine your Sagrada Familia tickets with a trip to Gaudí's iconic hilltop attraction, Park Guell. If you're looking to really explore Barcelona's top sights, Sagrada Familia access is included in the Tiqets-exclusive Gaudí Bundle and Barcelona Pass.

Once you've scanned your Sagrada Familia tickets to get in, you can stay inside for as long as you like, soaking up this gorgeous Gaudí masterpiece. If you're pushed for time however, it's best to leave at least an hour and a half for your visit. This will give you enough time to explore this iconic building without rushing. If you want to go up to the Gaudí towers to take in the views of Barcelona, add another 30 minutes.

The twisted edifice of Sagrada Familia is famous all over the world, but for something so well-loved it's not exactly finished. Its construction was stopped for decades following damage in the Spanish Civil War, but that's not the only reason for the delay.

Gaudí's designs for the Sagrada Familia were incredibly complex. His plans included a multitude of multi-faceted structures and mathematical equations, many of which were tough to conceptualize in his lifetime. It's only now, through advancements in construction technology, that his plans can be made a reality.

When it's finally finished in 2026, (which will mark the 100th anniversary of Gaudí’s death) your Sagrada Familia tickets will buy you entrance to the largest and most complete example of Catalan Modernisme. It will also be the tallest religious building in Europe.

The best time to visit the Sagrada Familia is in the morning, during the week. Try to arrive before 9 am and you might only have to wait a few minutes to get in. At other times it can take between 1 and 2 hours to reach the doors! It's a little less busy in the low season, from late October through March.

Want the best photos of the Sagrada Familia? The church's huge stained-glass windows throw shafts of sun across the naves, flooding them with colour. This effect is most beautiful mid-morning and mid to late-afternoon, when the sun is shining straight onto the magnificent windows.

With over 3 million visitors a year, this is one of Barcelona's most popular (and busiest) attractions – make sure to book your Sagrada Familia tickets online before you arrive.

You can bring most things into the Sagrada Familia but everyone will have their bags, rucksacks, luggage and personal items checked at the entrance. For safety, no hats are allowed inside the nave or the museum, except for religious, health or belief-related reasons. Professional photo equipment is not allowed inside the Basilica, but feel free to snap as many photos as you like with your regular cameras or smartphones.

Tickets overview

  • You'll be immediately struck by the sheer grandeur of Gaudí's masterpiece, which boasts towering spires that seem to touch the sky
  • Inside, the play of light through stained glass windows creates a mesmerizing kaleidoscope of colors, casting a serene and ethereal atmosphere
  • Don't forget to ascend one of the towers for panoramic views of the city – it's an experience that will leave you breathless

20 million people flock to Sagrada Familia each year to take a look – and 5 million enter its halls and climb its towers. Make sure you book ahead to avoid crowds and ensure your spot to visit the Sagrada Familia.

There are a variety of Sagrada Familia tickets to choose from:

  • Skip the lines and avoid crowds with a fast track ticket to the Sagrada Familia
  • Get around the city with ease and see major attractions including the cathedral with the Barcelona Pass
  • Learn about Gaudís other masterpieces and see the mark he left on Barcelona with the Gaudí Bundle
  • Gain an intimate understanding of Gaudí and the cathedral's history by joining a small guided tour

General information:

  • Tickets are timed, so be sure to arrive on time for your allocated time slot
  • Your bag and personal items will be checked upon entering for security purposes
  • The cathedral is a religious space, so please cover your shoulders, and wear trousers or skirts longer than your mid-thigh
  • Personal photography is allowed
  • There are no lockers for suitcases. However, to visit the tower, you must store any smaller bags or backpacks in lockers available for that purpose

Accessbility information:

  • Service/guide dogs are welcome to join you on your visit
  • The entire basilica is wheelchair accessible, barring the towers
  • The Gaudí House Museum is only wheelchair accessible on the ground floor and gardens
  • If you have a disability or reduced mobility, you may enter at entrance C on Carrer de la Marina. Please bring official proof of disability with you
  • At entrance C, you can request the use of a wheelchair, on a first come first served basis

Sagrada Familia reviews

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Mario ,  United States United States
11 Nov 2023
It was worth the extra money to get in. The line was long but fast and the inside of Sagrada is Indescribable! We even attended mass here and received Jesus our Lord in the Eucharist. What a blessing!
It was worth the extra money to get in. The line was long but fast and the inside of Sagrada is Indescribable! We even attended mass here and received Jesus our Lord in the Eucharist. What a blessing!
Sagrada Familia: Fast Track
Robert,  France France
26 Oct 2023
Maria was an excellent guide and gave great insights into the design of the Sagrada Familia She clearly explained many of the design features that I would have missed if I had visited on my own
``Go With A Local``: Skip-The-Line Sagrada Família Tour in English
Jennifer,  United States United States
22 Oct 2023
Maria was amazing so enthusiastic and knowledgeable. I’d recommend getting there 20 minutes early vs 10 to find the group. We almost missed it as there was no Tiqets sign for the tour.
``Go With A Local``: Skip-The-Line Sagrada Família Tour in English

About: Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is the magnum opus of the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. The cathedral was the finale of his incredible Modernist career and has been under continuous construction since 1882.

Over time, the so-called 'architect of God' dropped all his other work so that he could focus exclusively on this project, which he did until his untimely death in 1926.

The Sagrada Familia is due to be finished in 2026, on the 100th anniversary of Gaudí's death. By that time, the construction of the Sagrada Familia will have taken 144 years.

Sunday 10:30 - 18:00
Monday 09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
Friday 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday 09:00 - 18:00
Sagrada Familia
Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013, Barcelona
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