Casa Mila (La Pedrera) Tickets & Tours

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Casa Mila | UNESCO world heritage site

The iconic Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, is one of Barcelona's most striking attractions. This masterpiece was designed by legendary architect Antoni Gaudi who is also responsible for many other architectural wonders in Barcelona. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, and rightfully so! Visit this magnificent attraction for an unforgettable experience.

Things to know before booking Casa Mila tickets

  • Casa Mila is wheelchair accessible and has accessible restrooms.
  • Consider joining a guided tour as Gaudi left several Easter eggs engraved on the building during its construction and the tour guide will tell you all about it. 
  • Don’t miss the Espai Gaudi exhibition, the only exhibition dedicated to Gaudi's life and work.
  • Please note that Casa Milà remains closed on December 25.
  • The following items are restricted: Camera equipment, tripods, and pets.
  • Please note that flash photography is prohibited inside Casa Mila.
  • Don’t miss the rooftop terrace of Casa Milà that offers stunning 360º views of Barcelona, including landmarks like Sagrada Família, Port Vell, and Tibidabo.
  • Note that some tickets can't be cancelled. However, they can be rescheduled.

Why visit Casa Mila in Barcelona?

Casa Mila Tickets

Which Casa Mila ticket is best for you?

Visitors at the La Pedrera-Casa Milà

Skip-The-Line Tickets

Duration: Flexible
Guide: Audioguide

  • Skip the long on-site ticket booking queues with skip-the-line tickets or choose premium to enjoy priority access to Casa Mila.
  • Explore the attraction at your own pace with the anecdotes from the audio guide, available in more than five languages.

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Casa Mila Tickets Rooftop Night

Night Experience Tickets

Duration: 1 h 30 mins
Guide: Guided Tour

  • Explore Casa Mila in a unique setting - a nocturnal guided tour of Casa Mila after the attraction closes for the general public with this priority access ticket.
  • With audio-visual presentations, light projection, and video mapping, watch as the Casa Mila rooftop comes to life accompanied by a soundtrack.
  • Conclude the experience with a glass of cava and sweetmeats.

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Casa Vicens and Casa Mila Combo

Combo Tours

Duration: 2-3 hours
Guide: Audio Guide

  • Get access to another historical attraction in Barcelona with combo tickets to Casa Mila.
  • Explore the iconic Casa Batllo or Casa Vicens along with Casa Mila with your convenient combo tickets with budgeted prices

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Casa Mila highlights

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Casa Mila Tickets Whale Attic

The Whale Attic

There are seven sections in the exhibition that deals exclusively with La Pedrera. The space resembles the inside of a whale. It currently houses objects, designs, models, photographs, and videos, which gives us an insight into how Gaudí took inspiration from nature for his works.

Casa Mila Tickets Apartments

The Pedrera Apartments

On the fourth floor, the Tenant’s Apartment takes you back in time as you get to see how the bourgeois family of the 20th century lived in Barcelona. A video complements your visit as it takes you through Barcelona’s transformation in the early 20th century.

Casa Mila Tickets Flower Coutryard

The Flower Courtyard

Contrasting the sober facade, the Flower Courtyard stands thanks to its mesmerizing spectacle of shapes, light, and colors of the wall paintings and motifs. The staircase ceiling has life-like flowers, while it climbs up to the main floor resembling a winding root. 

Plan your visit to Casa Mila

Getting There

Guide Dog
  • Elevators & Ramps
  • Adapted toilets
  • Wheelchair & Walking stick loan service 
  • Tactile spaces
  • Adapted audio guides
  • Priority access
  • Wi-fi
  • Assistance dogs are allowed in the entire building.
Online Booking
  • Book Online: Book the La Pedrera Premium online to skip the line and get premium access to the site, saving time, money, and energy.
  • Baggage Check: Bags and backpacks will be checked at the access control. Objects that are likely to be dangerous will be kept in the scanner area and can be collected at the end of the visit.
  • Backpack Etiquette: Backpacks cannot be carried on the back. They must be held on the front or left in the free lockers on the ground floor.
  • Pet Rules: Pets are not allowed, except for guide dogs.
  • Clothing Tips: Wear clothing that is respectful of all sensitivities. Avoid tail suits or accessories that might be an obstacle during an emergency evacuation.
  • Photography: Professional photography equipment and flash photography are not allowed. Special authorization is required to take photographs or shoot video or film images of La Pedrera.
  • Restrictions: Smoking, eating, or drinking inside the building is strictly prohibited.
  • Rooftop Access: The roof will remain closed in case of rain.
Casa Mila restaraunts
  • Cervecería Catalana: A bustling tapas haven offering a wide array of traditional Spanish bites in a vibrant and lively atmosphere.
  • El Principal del Eixample: An upscale Mediterranean restaurant known for its elegant ambiance and creative dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients.
  • La Pedrera Restaurante: Situated atop Casa Mila, this rooftop restaurant offers breathtaking views of the city alongside a mix of Catalan and international cuisine.
  • L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon: A Michelin-starred culinary gem where diners can savor innovative French cuisine crafted by renowned chef Joel Robuchon.

Beyond Casa Mila

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Frequently asked questions about Casa Mila tickets

What is Casa Mila?

Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, is a modernist building in Barcelona, Spain, designed by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudí. It is one of his most famous works and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

When was Casa Mila built?

Construction of Casa Mila began in 1906 and was completed in 1912.

Who commissioned Casa Mila?

Casa Mila was commissioned by Pere Mila and his wife Roser Segimon, who wanted a residential building that would serve as both their home and rental apartments.

Is Casa Mila accessible to visitors with disabilities?

Yes, Casa Mila is accessible to visitors with disabilities, with ramps and elevators provided for easy access. However, some areas of the building may have limited accessibility due to architectural constraints.

Can visitors access the rooftop terrace of Casa Mila?

Yes, visitors can access the rooftop terrace of Casa Mila as part of the guided tour. The rooftop terrace offers stunning views of Barcelona's skyline and features Gaudi's iconic chimneys and sculptures.

Is there any information available in languages other than Catalan or Spanish at Casa Mila?

Yes, information pamphlets, signage, and audio guides are typically available in multiple languages, including English, French, German, Italian, and others, to accommodate international visitors.

Is there a time limit for how long visitors can stay inside Casa Mila during their tour?

While there is no strict time limit for how long visitors can stay inside Casa Mila, guided tours typically last around one hour. Visitors are free to explore the building at their own pace within the designated tour areas during operating hours.

Can visitors bring backpacks or large bags into Casa Mila?

While small bags and backpacks are allowed inside Casa Mila, large bags or luggage need to be stored in designated areas or lockers during the visit for security reasons. It's recommended to travel light and only bring essential items during the tour.

Can visitors access all areas of Casa Mila, including private apartments?

Visitors can access designated areas of Casa Mila during guided tours, including the rooftop terrace, attic space, and a recreated apartment furnished in the style of the early 20th century. However, certain areas, such as private apartments are not accessible to the public.