La Pedrera Skip the line!

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When Antoni Gaudí was at the peak of his career, he designed La Pedrera, his last residential building. This is one of his most innovative landmarks and has become a work of art in its own right. The Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera (Catalan for quarry), was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.

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La Pedrera – Skip the line!

The Casa Milà, more commonly known as “La Pedrera” (the Catalan for stone quarry), is a must-see attraction. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the last residential building designed by the great architect Antoni Gaudí and is one of the finest examples of the legacy he left to the city of Barcelona as well as one of the most important buildings of the 20th century. La Pedrera is considered one of the most outstanding buildings of the 20th century because of its spectacular façade and unique rooftop. An iconic Barcelona landmark, it is one of the finest examples of the work of the great architect, Antoni Gaudí.
The visit includes four of the building’s most significant areas:

The rooftop: with its sinuous forms and changes in level, this is one of Gaudí’s most groundbreaking spaces. The stairwells and magically shaped chimneys are the most eye-catching features and have become iconic symbols of Gaudí and Barcelona.

The Espai Gaudí: located in one of the most distinctive spaces designed by Gaudí: the attic in La Pedrera. It houses the only exhibition dedicated to Gaudí’s life and work which showcases the architect’s creations through models and plans, objects and designs, photographs and videos.

The Pedrera period apartment: a recreation of an early-20th century bourgeois family apartment which gives us an insight into the way they lived, with period furniture and household equipment of the period and decorative elements designed by Gaudí.

The courtyards: which showcase Gaudí’s innovations, show how nature inspired the entire building.

The building is currently the headquarters of the Fundació Catalunya- La Pedrera and is home to one of the city’s main cultural facilities which hosts a wide range of activities and contains different exhibition spaces that are open to the public.

La Pedrera Location

C/ Provença 261-265. Metro L3 and L5: Diagonal. Bus: 7, 16, 17, 22 and 24. See map.

Time table

27 February to 2 November: Monday to Sunday, from 9am to 8.30pm (last admission: 8pm)

3 November to 24 December: Monday to Sunday, from 9 to 6.30pm (last admission: 6pm)

26 December to 3 January: Monday to Sunday, from 9 to 8.30pm (last admission: 8pm)

4 January to 26 February: Monday to Sunday, from 9 to 6.30pm (last admission: 6pm)

1/1 La Pedrera opens at 11am.

* To make your visit more enjoyable and avoid the crowds, we recommend you visit La Pedrera in the afternoon (after 4pm) or first thing in the morning (from 9 to 10am).

Closed: 25/12, from the 11th to the 17th January.

Included

Skip the line entrance.

Audioguide included available in: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese and Japanese.

Essential Information

La Pedrera Price List:

Adults: 22€ | Junior (7 to 12 years old): 11€

Children under 6 years old free

Please note:

Accessibility: facilities for visually and hearing impaired visitors, wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility. There are lifts to all areas included on the visit.

Please for special requests send us an email to booking@barcelonatourstickets.com

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The visit includes four of the building’s most significant areas:

The rooftop: with its sinuous forms and changes in level, this is one of Gaudí’s most groundbreaking spaces. The stairwells and magically shaped chimneys are the most eye-catching features and have become iconic symbols of Gaudí and Barcelona.

The Espai Gaudí: located in one of the most distinctive spaces designed by Gaudí: the attic in La Pedrera. It houses the only exhibition dedicated to Gaudí’s life and work which showcases the architect’s creations through models and plans, objects and designs, photographs and videos.

The Pedrera period apartment: a recreation of an early-20th century bourgeois family apartment which gives us an insight into the way they lived, with period furniture and household equipment of the period and decorative elements designed by Gaudí.

The courtyards: which showcase Gaudí’s innovations, show how nature inspired the entire building.

The building is currently the headquarters of the Fundació Catalunya- La Pedrera and is home to one of the city’s main cultural facilities which hosts a wide range of activities and contains different exhibition spaces that are open to the public.

  • Cancellation more then a week in advance: administration costs of 15%
  • Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
  • Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount
  • No show: no restitution