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The Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera (the Quarry), is a building by the famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí and has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1984. Before focusing on the Sagrada Família church, the Casa Milà was his last project. The well thought-out architecture of the building brought groundbreaking innovations: natural air conditioning and an underground garage! Open to the public are the roof, the exhibition rooms, a typical bourgeois apartment in the Modernisme style, and the inner courtyard of Casa Milà.
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Barcelona: La Pedrera-Casa Milà Ticket & Audio Guide Option
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Barcelona: Professional Photoshoot at Casa Batlló & Casa Milà
 
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Barcelona: Reserved Entrance to Casa Mila (La Pedrera) with Audio
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Guided Tours

Find a selection of guided tours and combination tours for your holiday in Barcelona and discover Gaudí's masterpieces.
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Complete Gaudi Tour: Casa Batllo, Park Guell & Sagrada Familia
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Barcelona: La Pedrera Night Experience
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Fast Track: Sagrada Familia & Barcelona Full-Day Tour
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7 tips for visiting the Casa Milà

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Buy Tickets in advanceCasa Milà, as Gaudí's last non-sacred building, is a popular tourist attraction. Buying tickets in advance allows you to skip long lines.
Casa Milà Rooftop Terrace
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Use an audio guideAn audio guide is helpful to discover and understand all the architectural and artistic details of the building.
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The Rooftop TerraceThe view of Barcelona from the rooftop terrace of Casa Milà is fantastic! The impressive, sculptural chimneys can be found there as well. Moreover, from here you also have a wonderful view of the inner courtyards of Casa Milà.
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Gaudí MuseumBy the way, the only Museum about Gaudí's life and works is located in Casa Milà. Those who want to travel back in time and learn more about the Spanish architect of the Catalan Modernisme movement should not miss the museum under any circumstances!
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Events and ExhibitionsBefore visiting, it is essential to check the event calendar. There are always temporary exhibitions and cultural events at Casa Milà.
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Make use of the Barcelona City PassAnyone who wants to visit several attractions during their stay in Barcelona would do well to get the Barcelona City Pass. This also includes access to Casa Milà, as well as to other attractions like the Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, the Museu Picasso, and many, many more.
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Stay a little longerThe Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic), where Casa Milà is located, offers many more highlights. Take the opportunity to stroll through the streets of this historic area.
Casa Milà Courtyard

The Highlights of Casa Milà

Why you shouldn't miss out on Casa Milà
Casa Milà - Sculptural Chimneys and Ventilation

Groundbreaking innovations in architecture of the time

Gaudí was a pioneer with Casa Milà. He not only built an underground car park but also a natural air conditioning system. The thoughtful ventilation of the building makes air conditioners unnecessary. Gaudí also planned for elevators, which were installed later. In the apartments, walls can be moved individually to adapt to the residents' needs. In addition, there are water reservoirs in the stairwells.
Casa Milà Balcony

Individuality

Not only is Gaudí's building very individual, but details such as the balcony railings are unique. Josep Maria Jujol, also a Catalan architect who worked on many projects with Gaudí, designed the windows of Casa Milà and improvised each individual wrought iron balcony railing.

Let there be Light

Three interior courtyards allow almost all rooms of Casa Milà to receive sufficient daylight and fresh air. With this, Gaudí was also a pioneer, as it was not common during the Modernisme era to have many windows.

La Pedrera Virtual Experience

Since 2022, the La Pedrera Virtual Experience has been available. With the help of mixed reality glasses, visitors travel through various eras and environments and become part of the history of this unparalleled house. Those who want to experience the latest technology live, can complement reality with spectacular holographic elements, making the Casa Milà experience something very special.

Yay or Nay?

Locals used to mockingly refer to Casa Milà as La Pedrera (“the quarry”). Which side are you on? Do you think the house with its unusual façade, massive bulk and many protrusions is a monstrosity on Passeig de Gràcia No. 92, or do you see it as a special highlight of the city?

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to buy my tickets in advance?

No, but it is highly advised to book tickets in advance to avoid long queues. Additionally, there are extra fees at the ticket counter that you can avoid with online booking. Read more.

What is the best time to visit Casa Milà?

It is a bit quieter at La Pedrera between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM, as well as after 4:00 PM. Read more.

Can I visit La Pedrera at night?

Yes! At night there is the La Pedrera Night Experience. You can experience Casa Milà with various projections on the stairwells, beautiful lighting, and music. Read more.

Can children visit the Casa Milà?

La Pedrera is also open to children of all ages. Only the Virtual Experience is for children aged 10 and over since the Microsoft HoloLens 2 headset is not suitable for younger children. Read more.

Is the Casa Milà accessible for people with disabilities?

All parts of the Casa Milà have been adapted for accessible entry. Only the rooftop terrace does not have continuous wheelchair access due to the varying floor levels. However, a platform has been built right at the elevator exit; this provides limited barrier-free access to the rooftop terrace, and thus a beautiful view for visitors with limited mobility. Read more.

General information

opening hours

In the spring and summer months from March 20 to November 1, Casa Milà can be visited from Monday to Sunday and on holidays from 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM.
From November 2 to March 3, the Casa Milà is open from 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM. However, special Christmas opening hours apply from December 26 to January 3. During this period, the Casa Milà is open from 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM. The only exception is January 1, when it opens at 11:00 AM.
The night tour always takes place from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

address

Passeig de Gràcia, 92
08008 Barcelona
Spain

website

Official site: https://www.lapedrera.com

tickets

There are many different types of tickets available for La Pedrera. Ticket prices start at 25 €. There are discounted tickets available for teenagers, students, people over 65, people from Catalonia, and people with disabilities. Admission for children under 6 is free.

how to get there

You can reach the Casa Milà by taking bus lines V15, V17, H10, H8, 7, 22, 24, 6, 33, and 34. For the Metro, you would use lines 3 and 5 and get off at the Diagonal station for Casa Milà. Visitors using Renfe can disembark at the Passeig de Gràcia station. If using FGC, get off at Provency – La Pedrera station.
Driving there is also possible. With the discount obtained at the Casa Milà ticket counter, you can park in the Saba-Bamsa Parking for 6,50 €.
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