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Casa Mila Tickets Guide
One of the top attractions in Barcelona, Casa Mila is a beautiful Modernisme building designed by Antoni Gaudi. It is one of the last private residential buildings designed by Gaudi and is popularly known as ‘La Pedrera’ or the stone quarry. This UNESCO World Heritage building was a source of controversy in the early 1900s due to its modern architecture but has been considered a masterpiece in recent times. If you plan a visit to this attraction, then here is everything you need to know including information about Casa Mila tickets, how to get here, opening hours, and more.
Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Casa Mila (La Pedrera)
- Visitors are recommended to book (La Pedrera) Casa Mila tickets online.
- The venue is operating at reduced capacity to avoid crowds.
- Everyone needs to follow social distancing protocols inside the venue.
- All visitors and employees will undergo temperature checks at the entrance of Casa Mila.
- Use of face masks is mandatory at the venue.
- You will find sanitizer dispensers placed throughout the venue to be used by everyone.
All Your Casa Mila Tickets Options
There are different types of Casa Mila tickets and tours available for visitors to choose from. Depending on your budget and schedule, you can opt for Casa Mila skip-the-line tickets to save time, night tours or premier tours for an exclusive experience, or a Barcelona City Pass to cover multiple attractions in the city.
Barcelona City Pass
With skip-the-line Casa Mila Barcelona tickets, you can escape long queues and enjoy priority entry to Antoni Gaudi’s beautiful creation – Casa Mila. Admire this fascinating attraction which is one of the last private residential buildings built during the Modernisme period. This ticket is ideal for those who don’t have a lot of time and wish to avoid waiting in long queues.
Admire Gaudi’s brilliant architecture style at Casa Mila with skip-the-line admission to this attraction. You will also be provided with an audio guide (available in 5 different languages) for a comprehensive self-guided tour.
Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site at night and watch as it transforms into a mystical landscape. Watch the audiovisual display on the roof of Casa Mila and a guided tour of this private residential building. The Casa Mila Night Tour tickets are perfect for those who want to enjoy skip-the-line access to this Gaudi attraction after it closes with an expert guide.
With this ticket, enjoy skip-the-line access to La Pedrera – Casa Mila at night with an expert guide. Apart from taking a tour of this private residential building and learning about its architecture, you will also experience the audiovisual display on the rooftop. Enjoy a glass of cava with chocolate snacks at the end of the tour.
Enjoy priority access to Casa Mila, one of the top iconic attractions in Barcelona. Explore Gaudi’s building and enjoy exclusive access to the roof terrace, the attic, the apartment, and the courtyard. These Casa Mila tickets are ideal for those who are interested in a private and exclusive tour of Gaudi’s building.
Enjoy an exclusive tour of Casa Mile with priority access. This is a 1-hour tour that includes access to the whole building including the roof-terrace, Espai Gaudi (the attic), the apartment, the courtyard, and the exhibitions. You can enjoy a unique visual guide and free audio guide in 11 languages with this ticket.
The Barcelona City Pass is perfect for those who are looking to explore more of Barcelona. Enjoy access to over 30 popular attractions including Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, FC Barcelona Museum, and more. There are different variants of the city pass, allowing you to customize your tour depending on your schedule. If you are on a limited budget, this city pass is a great way to save some money.
With this Barcelona Pass, you can enjoy entry to over 30 attractions in Barcelona. You can choose a 2-day, 3-day, or 5-day pass that offers you access to the attractions and unlimited access to the city’s public transportation. Visitors also get a digital guidebook with a map, information on attractions, travel tips, and more.
Plan Your Visit to (La Pedrera) Casa Mila
What are Casa Mila opening hours?
Casa Mila opening hours are 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM from Monday to Sunday till 4 March 2022. Visitors can enjoy a Casa Mila night tour between 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM every day. On January 1, Casa Mila is open from 11:00 AM to 8:30 PM.
When is Casa Mila closed?
Casa Mila is closed on 25 December. It will also remain closed from January 10 to 16, 2022 for maintenance.
What is the best time to visit Casa Mila?
The best time to visit La Pedrera Casa Mila is during the weekdays when you will find smaller crowds. Plan your visit before 10:00 AM or after 4:30 PM for smaller crowds.
How long should I spend at Casa Mila?
It can take you 1.5-2 hours to complete a tour of Casa Mila.
Where is (La Pedrera) Casa Mila located?
La Pedrera Casa Mila is located on Paseo de Gracia number 92, Barcelona.
Google Map Directions
Google Map Directions
Can I take the metro/train to Casa Mila?
Yes, you can take the metro to reach Casa Mila. You can use subway lines 3 and 5 to get down at Diagonal station, which is a 2-minute walk from Casa Mila.
Can I take the bus to Casa Mila?
Yes, you can take bus numbers 6, 7, 22, 24, 33, 34, H8, H10, V15, and V17 to reach Casa Mila.
Is the (La Pedrera) Casa Mila wheelchair accessible?
Yes, La Pedrera - Casa Mila is wheelchair accessible.
Is storage facility available at Casa Mila?
There is a free storage facility available at Casa Mila on the ground floor where visitors can leave their backpacks while visiting the attraction.
Is photography permitted at Casa Mila?
Yes, visitors are allowed to take photographs for personal use inside Casa Mila. However, the use of flash or professional equipment is not allowed.
What to See at (La Pedrera) Casa Mila?
A complete tour of (La Pedrera) Casa Mila will take around 1.5 – 2 hours. Here are a few attractions that you will find inside Casa Mila in Barcelona.
The Pedrera Apartments
On the fourth floor of the building, you will find the famous Pedrera Apartment where Pere Mila lived with his family. The interiors of the apartment have been preserved to show the lifestyle of the upper-class in the early 20th century. It is complete with furniture, children’s toys, doors, and fittings. The other apartment displays an audiovisual production of life in Barcelona from 1905 to 1929.
The Warrior Rooftop
Casa Mila is particularly famous for its rooftop terrace and the twisted chimneys known as ‘The Garden of Warriors’. The main highlight of the rooftop is the wavy walls that make eccentric sculptures of Darth Vader, Grim Reaper, and so on. These sculptures keep the building ventilated and display the brilliance of Antoni Gaudi.
The Flower Courtyard
One of the highlights of Casa Mila is the Flower Courtyard. It is a brightly colored courtyard, covered with wall murals. These murals are mostly nature-inspired consisting of flowers and trees along with a few murals of mythological creatures. The murals are lit perfectly due to the light and ventilation from the terrace. The Flower Courtyard is the most photographed place in the entire building after the Warrior Rooftop.
The Whale Attic
The attic features 270 parabolic arches that offer support to the roof terrace. It gives visitors the feeling of walking inside a whale skeleton, hence the name ‘Whale Attic’. It is now home to Espai Gaudi which is a museum dedicated to the great architect, Antoni Gaudi. You will find most of Gaudi’s designs documented here in the form of photographs, scale models, audio visuals, and more.
Top Works by Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona
Sagrada Familia, also known as the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, is a large unfinished basilica in Barcelona. It was designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi and is a World Heritage Site now. He used Gothic and Art Nouveau forms to design this basilica but was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War. The work has resumed on this basilica and it is anticipated that it will be complete in a few years. Antoni Gaudi is buried in the crypt of this basilica. Book Sagrada Familia tickets.
Located in La Salut in Barcelona, Park Guell is another top attraction and works of Antoni Gaudi. This privatized park system was built between 1900 and 1914 and comprises gardens and architectural elements. This park was declared a public park in 1926 and a World Heritage Site under ‘Works of Antoni Gaudi’ in 1984. Book Park Guell tickets.
Located in the Gracia neighborhood, Casa Vicens is a modernist building in Barcelona built by architect Antoni Gaudi. It was the first major project by Gaudi and featured orientalist style. This building was declared a Historic-Artistic Monument in 1969 and a World Heritage Site in 2005. Currently, thousands of tourists visit this building to marvel at Gaudi’s work during the orientalist period. Book Casa Vicens tickets.
Casa Batllo is another creation of Antoni Gaudi that is considered one of his masterpieces. This building is located in the center of Barcelona and is a popular UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built during the Modernisme period and features an arched roof, irregular oval windows, a facade made from colorful mosaic, and more. Book Casa Batllo tickets.
Casa Mila Tickets FAQs
Are Casa Mila tickets available online now?
Yes, Casa Mila tickets are now available online. Visitors are recommended to book their tickets online and in advance to get the desired date and time.
What safety measures are in place at Casa Mila (La Pedrera)?
There are several safety measures in place at Casa Mila (La Pedrera). Visitors are recommended to book their Casa Mila Barcelona tickets online. Everyone will have to undergo temperature checks at the entrance, maintain social distancing, and wear face masks. There are also hand sanitizers places through the venue for visitors and employees to sanitize their hands.
What are the different types of Casa Mila tickets?
There are many different types of Casa Mila tickets available. This includes night tours, premium tours, skip-the-line tickets, or a Barcelona city pass.
Is skip-the-line entry included in Casa Mila tickets?
Yes, most Casa Mila tickets include skip-the-line entry, allowing you to bypass the long waiting lines.
Are audioguides available on a Casa Mila tour?
Yes, there are different audio guides available free of cost with your La Pedrera tickets.
Are discounts available on Casa Mila tickets?
Yes, children under 7 years enjoy free admission. Children aged 7-12, people over 65, differently-abled visitors, and Catalan residents can enjoy discounted Casa Mila tickets.
What are Casa Mila (La Pedrera) opening hours?
Casa Mila opening hours are 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM from Monday to Sunday till 4 March 2022. Visitors can enjoy a Casa Mila night tour from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM every day. On 1 January, Casa Mila is open from 11 AM to 8:30 PM.
How do I get to Casa Mila?
There are many ways to reach Casa Mila. You can take a subway or a bus to reach Casa Mila. The closest stations are Diagonal Station, Passeig de Gracia Station, and Provenca Station – La Pedrera. You can use subway lines 3 and 5 to get down at Diagonal station, which is a 2-minute walk from Casa Mila.
You can take buses 6, 7, 22, 24, 33, 34, H8, H10, V15, and V17 to reach Casa Mila.
What is the best time to visit Casa Mila?
The best time to visit Casa Mila is on the weekdays before 10:00 AM and after 4:30 PM for smaller queues.
Is Casa Mila wheelchair accessible?
Yes, Casa Mila is wheelchair accessible.
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