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Casa Milà Barcelona (La Pedrera)

Casa Milà tickets, visit 'La Pedrera' of Gaudí

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Visit Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera, 'the stone quarry', a house by Gaudí in Barcelona Spain. Tickets Casa Milà Gaudi, tours and opening hours for La Pedrera.

Info & Tickets Casa Milà - La Pedrera in Barcelona

Address Provença 261 - 265, Passeig de Gràcia 92 Barcelona Spain
Metro Metro Diagonal (L3 or L5) or a little further at Passeig de Gràcia (L2, L3 or L4).

Please note: Casa Milà-La Pedrera often has long queues and a limited number of tickets per hour. It is therefore recommended to reserve one of the tickets below for your time slot in advance:

  • Tickets La Pedrera Essential, from 25 € Book your tickets
  • Tickets La Pedrera Night Experience 35 € (Book your tickets)
  • Students and 65+: 19 €
  • 0 - 6 years free admission and 7 - 12 years 12.50 €
  • Barcelona Pass: Would you like to visit Casa Milà - La Pedrera, the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell? With the advantageous Barcelona Pass you have the 3 most important tickets in 1 purchase.
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  • From Monday to Sunday, and holidays: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
  • Night tour: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Closed: December 25
Suggestion Be sure to visit the special Casa Milà evening show and book your tickets here. A special evening light show for 35 €

Casa Milà - La Pedrera of Gaudí

Casa Milà is a block of flats in the L'Eixample district of Barcelona and was designed by architect Antoni Gaudí. The Casa Milàcomplex was built between 1906 and 192 and is one of the most important sights in Barcelona. It is also called the “La Pedrera”, which is Catalan for 'The Stone Quarry'. The name "La Pedrera" refers to the rough appearance of the apartment complex. It used to be meant as a form of criticism, as Casa Milà did not meet any of the architectural standards of the day.

Casa Milà & Catalan modernism

Characteristic for Casa Milà are the organic and natural shapes that Gaudí used in his design. His style is also called Catalan Modernism. During the design, modernist Antoni Gaudí was at the peak of his career, and it was his final civil design before he began work on the Sagrada Familia. The design was commissioned by rich industrialist Pere Milà, who later resided on the first floor of the complex. Gaudi and Milà butted heads numerous times when it came to taste, leading to Gaudi leaving the project before it was completed. The non-angular shapes of the rooms turned out to be an issue for finding tenants for the flats.

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The Casa Milà is now home to a museum with different exhibitions. Casa Milà also has a decorated flat on the fourth floor (early 20th century), the attic (with an exhibition on the work of architect Gaudí and its secrets) and the flowing roof terrace with unique ventilation towers and chimneys that can be viewed. The chimneys have irregular shapes that are typical for the building, and the roof terrace offers a beautiful view of the city. Be aware that the roof is only open to visitors if the weather is good.

Casa Milà had the first multi-story car park. Residents of Casa Milà-La Pedrera could take their carriage (and later car) to their own floor and flat. Lifts were installed in Casa Milà at a later date. In 1984, La Pedrera was officially recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site. The house is located on the shopping street Passeig de Gràcia in the district Eixample of Barcelona.

Book your Casa Mila tickets

Tip: Casa Milà often has long queues and only allows a limited number of visitors per time slot. I therefore recommend simply arranging your skip-the-line tickets for Casa Milà "La Pedrera" in advance at no extra cost.

More houses designed by Antoni Gaudí

Casa Batllo

Casa Batlló

(1904 - 1906) Josep Battló i Casanovas commissioned Gaudi to build this apartment complex on the Passeig de Gràcia. Nothing in the building is angular; it's all flowing lines. The roof of Casa Batlló full of mosaics represents the back of a dragon. One of Antoni Gaudi's most beautiful UNESCO buildings.

Casa vicens

Casa Vicens

(1883 - 1889) Casa Vicens was Antoni Gaudi's first important design in Barcelona and is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The colourful house is located in the Gràcia district and was built in order by tile manufacturer Manuel Vicens i Montaner. The Casa Vicens is a mix of Spanish and mudejar style and clad with ceramic tiles. Casa Vicens is daily opened, 10am - 10pm.

Video: La Pedrera of Gaudí


Official website: german version Casa Mila

Where is Casa Pedrera in Barcelona?

Casa Milà-La Pedrera is easily accessible when you are in the center of Barcelona. From the central square Plaça de Catalunya the Gaudi house is more than a fifteen minute walk via Passeig de Gràcia. The closest metro stop is the Diaganol stop of metro line 3 or 5. From this stop you are only one intersection from Casa Milà

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