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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 25 € Book your tickets
  • Tickets Full Experience (VR and extra floor) 35 € (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 €
  • Do you want to visit more Gaudi’s houses? Then this combination ticket for visiting both Casa Batllo, Casa Mila and Palau Güell is cheaper for you.

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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.

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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 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.

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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.

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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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Why visit Casa Mila in Barcelona?

  • Casa Mila, popularly known as La Pedrera, is Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece. UNESCO has declared the building as a World Heritage site a Historical and Artistic Monument of National Interest.
  • Casa Mila happens to be one of the first Antoni Gaudí’s buildings to hold nighttime rooftop activities like the fascinating summer concert.
  • Casa Mila offers an amazing panoramic view of Barcelona from the rooftop.
  • The facade on the Passeig de Gràcia has an irregular shape that plays with light and shadow to resemble an undulating stone sculpture or quarry.
  • Currently used as exhibitions rooms, the main floor of Casa Mila has an open-plan layout. Beautiful floral motifs and inscriptions that are unique to Casa Mila decorate the ceilings and the stone columns of the building.

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Casa Mila Admission Tickets

Casa Mila is a prime attraction among tourists. With Gaudí’s best works on display, tickets are bound to get sold out as they are subject to availability. Why take a chance? Skip the long on-site ticket booking queues with skip-the-line tickets or choose premium to enjoy priority access to Casa Mila. It is one of the first Antoni Gaudí’s buildings to hold nighttime rooftop activities like the fascinating summer concert. Explore the attraction at your own pace with the anecdotes from the audio guide, available in more than five languages.

Super Flexible Cancellations: Free up to 24 hours before schedule.

Casa Mila Night Tickets

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. Admire the facade on the Passeig de Gràcia as the irregular shape play with light and shadow to resemble an undulating stone sculpture or quarry. Conclude the experience with a glass of cava and sweetmeats.

Super Flexible Cancellations: Free up to 24 hours before schedule.

The Barcelona Unlimited Attractions Pass

Explore Barcelona like a local with the ultimate pass and skip ticketing lines of over 30 attractions of the city like Casa Battlo, Casa Mila, FC Barcelona Museum, Camp Nou, and more! With validity up to 2 years from the date of purchase and activation on your first visit, choose your 2, 3, or 5 days pass and save up to 50% on your adventure. Explore the lesser-known bits of Barcelona with free walking tours and a delightful bike tour, aided by a map and a digital guide.

Super Flexible Cancellations: Free before pass activation during the life of the pass.

Discounted Casa Mila Tickets

Some tickets provide an exciting discount on the ticket price to Catalan residents and children aged 3-12 years. Visitors are required to provide a valid government ID as proof to avail of this benefit. For more information, check the tickets before you purchase.

Casa Mila Highlights

The Warrior Rooftop

Offering a unique 360º view of the city, the Casa Mila rooftop is genuinely remarkable. The dynamic structure and the symbolic shapes of the knight heads, along with the stairwells, ventilation towers, and chimneys, serve their purpose while following the organic flow of the main facade.

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.

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.

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. 

All Your Questions About Casa Mila Tickets Answered

Q. Can I buy Casa Mila tickets online?

A. Yes, you are advised to buy Casa Mila tickets online as you get to save time and energy while you avoid long queues and physical contact.

Q. How much do the Casa Mila tickets cost?

A. Casa Mila tickets start from €24 and can go up to €85, with discounts and features unique to each ticket. You can find all your Casa Mila tickets here.

Q. Is the Casa Mila tour open now?

A. Yes, the Casa Mila tour is open.

Q. Is it safe to go for Casa Mila tours post COVID-19?

A. Yes, it is completely safe to go for Casa Mila tours post COVID-19. The tours are being held following the safety norms and precautions. Casa Mila has mandated the use of face masks. Visitors will be subjected to temperature checks before entry. They are expected to wear proper face masks and cover their noses and mouth throughout the duration of their visit.

Q. Are Casa Mila tickets refundable?

A. The refund policy of the Casa Mila tickets depends on the experience selected. Please check before you make your reservation.

Q. Are discounts available on Casa Mila tickets?

A. Yes, discounts available on Casa Mila tickets. Please check the ticket information before buying.

Q. What is the best way to buy tickets to Casa Mila?

A. Buying online Casa Mila tickets is the best way as it helps you get advanced reservations and bookings while avoiding long queues. 

Q. What is the cancellation policy for Casa Mila tickets?

A. The cancelation and the refund policy of the Casa Mila tickets depend on the experience selected. Please check before you make your reservation.

Q. Do my Casa Mila tickets include skip-the-line access?

A. Yes, Casa Mila tickets include skip-the-line access.

Q. What is the best time to go for the Casa Mila tour?

A. Plan an early morning visit between 9 am to 10 am or in the afternoon after 4 pm to avoid the crowd rush and enjoy the tour at greater comfort. Make sure to check the timings before visiting. Closing time varies depending on the season, summer or winter.

Q. Are guided tours available for Casa Mila?

A. La Pedrera Night Experience provides you a guided tour.   La Pedrera Premium is an excellent option if you want premium access to the attractions and explore with the help of the audio guide and exclusive video guide.

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  • The building has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1984.

  • This is the last private residence designed by Gaudí and one of the most famous buildings in Barcelona.

  • His nickname La Pedrera translates as “stone quarry” for his unusually rough appearance. Its official name comes from the person who ordered it – Pere Mila

  • Unique architectural features such as the spacious open courtyard and whimsical chimneys of the building

  • Try an interactive virtual experience and add a new twist to your visit to Casa Milà

As one of Barcelona’s top attractions, make sure you book your Casa Milà tickets in advance so you don’t miss your chance to visit.

Casa Milà has several tickets, so make sure you pick the one that’s right for you.

Depending on your choice, Casa Milà tickets include:
  • Skip-the-line entrance to La Pedrera

  • Informative audio guide

  • Mixed Reality Experience

  • Possibility to visit at night

Casa Mila tours may include:
  • Dive deeper into Gaudí’s vision, as well as visit areas of buildings that are normally closed, with ticket La Pedrera: Unseen

  • Visit during sunrise with a guide for a more intimate, less busy experience

  • Combine your visit to Casa Milà with a visit to Casa Vicens on this guided small group tour

  • See even more of Barcelona and visit Casa Milà, Casa Vicens and Sagrada Família with this 9 combo ticket0007

Free and reduced tickets:
  • Companion guests with a disability level equal to or greater than 65% are entitled to free admission. Please inform the cashier to show documents confirming the level of disability

  • Residents of Catalonia are entitled to a reduced ticket. Show valid ID with proof of address at ticket office

  • ICOM member can enter free of charge (do not forget to bring proof)

General information:
Conditions for visitors with disabilities:
  • Almost the entire building is wheelchair accessible except for the roof terrace and mezzanine. However, a platform has been installed at the exit of the elevator, which offers a stunning view of the roof

  • A free wheelchair loan service is provided for people with limited mobility

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Casa Mila – Pedrera: information

Another Gaudí masterpiece built in 1905-10s by order of the wealthy Pere Mil. This building was designed as a fashion house for the Mila family and an office building.

The house was originally called “Casa Mila”, but it became more famous under the name “Pedrera” (stone quarry), which was given to it because of its gray, winding stone facade overlooking the street of Provence.


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Casa Mila – Pedrera

Passeig de Gràcia, 92, 08008 Barcelona

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Dom Mila

  • What is it? Why should you see it?

  • What to do in the House of Mila?

  • Is there an interesting story about Dom Mila?

  • How much time do you need and when is the best time to arrive?

  • How to get to Doma Mila and what are the opening hours?

  • What is nearby, what can you combine your visit with?

  • How much money should I take to visit the House of Mila?

What is it? Why should you see it?

House Mila in Barcelona or Casa Milà – the latest creation
architect Antoni Gaudi, made by private order. Building
makes an indelible impression as an unusual appearance,
and interior decoration with original design
solutions. It is especially interesting to look at the apartment on the fourth
floor, where the life of the bourgeois Catalan family, who lived
house at the beginning of the 20th century.

What to do at the Mila House?

All floors of the building are open to tourists. Start your inspection with
facade, which is an undulating stone
building 30 meters high. Forged railings decorating balconies,
rightfully could take a place in the museum exposition as samples
sculptural solutions in the Art Nouveau style. On the roof of the building is equipped
terrace where the chimney pipes are stone statues
warriors who symbolically guard the house. From here opens
wonderful view of the city.

The interiors of the apartment immerse visitors in the atmosphere of the 1910s
years. The owners managed to keep the parquet, original furniture,
utensils and even decor items created by Gaudí himself. ending
guided tour of the courtyards, where lively design is bright
contrasts with the austere facades. The impression is enhanced by the elements
augmented reality, saturated with holography and visual
effects. There is a show on the rooftop at night.

Is there an interesting story about Dom Mila?

Like many of Gaudí’s creations, Casa Milà caused controversy
response from the people of Barcelona. Journalists considered the building ugly and
called it La Pedrera (kat. “quarry”) or a garage for
airships. However, this did not bother the customers Rosé and Perez Mila,
who were ardent admirers of Gaudi, and stoically endured
all ridicule. The talent of an architect was truly appreciated only in
late 1950s and later surreal buildings of genius
have become the hallmark of Barcelona. Mila’s house has been restored and
opened to the public in 1996.

How much time and when is the best time to arrive?

La Pedrera tour takes at least an hour and a half. Night show
lasts an hour, during this period the internal apartments are closed. The best
time to visit Barcelona for sightseeing purposes – early
spring, when it is already warm enough in Catalonia, and the city is not yet
crowded with tourists. At the height of summer, you can get tired of the heat and
huge crowds besieging the sights.

How to get to Doma Mila and what are the opening hours?

Mila’s house is located at Passeig de Gràcia, 92, the nearest
metro station – Provenca Station Diagonal. You can reach the object
get by buses V15, V17, h20, H8, 7, 22, 24, 6, 33, 34.
The best way to see all the masterpieces of Gaudí is to use
Barcelona Bus Touristic double-decker bus. He stops at
each attraction, a single ticket for a day costs 27 euros.
Day visit hours at Mila House 9.00-20.30, night tours
are held from 21.00 to 23.00.

What is nearby, what can you combine your visit with?

Combine your visit to La Pedrera with other creations
famous architect – the Sagrada Família, Casa Batllo,
Güell’s manor, Miralles gate. Don’t forget to visit the museum
Gaudí, which is located in the Park Güell.