What To Expect
Skip the Line at La Pedrera and visit this Gaudi's masterpiece at your own pace with an audioguide!
Explore the very last civil work designed by the famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi - the Casa Mila or better known as "La Pedrera" (the stone quarry), an ironic allusion to the resemblance of its façade to an open quarry.
Discover its innovating and unique undulating facade, which is one of the must-see in Barcelona. Visit the most significant areas of the building to immerse yourself in Gaudi's world and understand the work of this architectural genius. A total of 4,500 m2 can be visited, spread over five floors:
The Rooftop: You will be able to see it from the street but you will really wonder at it when you go up. You will appreciate this sinuous forms and uneven space full of its chimneys in magical shapes, the elements most ground-breaking of Gaudi's work.
The Gaudi's Space: Located in one of the most characteristic rooms of the Gaudi architecture: the attic of La Pedrera. This area houses the exclusive exhibition dedicated to the life and works of Antoni Gaudi showcased with models, plans, objects, designs, photographs and videos.
La Pedrera Apartment: Located on the fourth floor of the building, it features two dwellings. An audiovisual overview of a key period in the history of Barcelona between the Tragic Week (1909) and the World Fair (1929), and a recreation of an early 20th century apartment owned by a bourgeois family, with all the furniture and household equipment of the epoch and decorative elements designed by Gaudi.
The Courtyards: Showing the Gaudi's innovations where you can admire the inspiration in the nature which characterize this genuine architecture. The façades of The Courtyards are a veritable spectacle of forms, light and color.
The Exhibition Hall: Visit the vestibule staircase, with its strips of twisted wrought-ironwork and mural paintings, and to observe the open-floor plan used by Gaudí. The main floor is also dedicated to exhibitions and artistic events.
Being one of the most important constructions in the 20th century and for its artistic and heritage value, the building was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.
2 November to 24 December: Monday to Sunday, from 9:00 to 18:30 (last admission at 18:00)
Closed on 25 December.
26 December to 3 January: Monday to Sunday, from 9am to 8.30pm (last admission at 20:00)
4 January to 2 March: Monday to Sunday, from 9am to 6.30pm (last admission at 18:00)
3 March to 1 November: Monday to Sunday, from 9am to 8.30pm (last admission at 20:00)
1 January: From 11am to 8.30pm (last admission at 20:00)
La Pedrera skip-the-line ticket
Audio-guide in: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese and Japanese and Korean.
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Estimate duration of the visit is 1h/1h30.
The closure of the upper floors begins 15 minutes before the closing time of the building.
Children under twelve must be accompanied by an adult.
Children 6 years old an below are free of charge.
La Pedrera is accessible to people with reduced mobility, except the Roof-Terrace which does not allow wheelchairs or pushchairs (but there is special a platform just outside the lift where you can enjoy a general view).
For students and seniors (+65), a special rate of 16,5 EUR applies. Please inquire.
We recommend you visit La Pedrera when the attraction opens (between 09:00 to 10:00) or in the afternoon (after 16:00) to avoid crowds and make your visit more enjoyable.
This is a heritage building. We would ask you to behave and dress appropriately.
For purposes of conservation, visitors are kindly requested not to touch the works of art and the objects on display.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
1 hour and 30 minutes
1 hour and 30 minutes
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1 hour and 20 minutes approx.