Visitor information

Casa Milà "La Pedrera"

Provença, 261 - 265. 08008, Barcelona.
902 202 138


Facade's restoration

Casa Milà reports that the restoration and improvement of the building’s facade, which is currently taking place, is compatible with all the scheduled visits and cultural activities. 


Opening hours:

3 March to 2 November. Monday to Sunday:
from 9am to 8pm (last admission: 7.30pm).
3 November to 2 March. Monday to Sunday:
from 9am to 6.30pm (last admission: 6pm).
Closed: 25 December, and 13 to 19 January, 2014.
1 January: special opening hours from, 11am to 8pm

Check here to know the schedule of The Secret Pedrera



Adult: €16.50
Student: €14.85
Disabled: €14.85
Children (six and under): free
Children (seven to twelve): €8.25

Purchase your ticket online and enter without queuing at the same price


Opening hours to the exhibition room:

21 October 2014 to 18 January 2015. Monday to Sunday: 
from 10am to 8pm (last admission: 7.30pm).

Getting here:

  • Bus: 7,16,17, 22, 24 and V17.
  • Metro: lines 3 and 5, Diagonal.
  • FGC: Provença-La Pedrera.
  • RENFE: Passeig de Gràcia.

Audio guides:

Outstanding elements of La Pedrera in 10 languages (Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Galician, Basque). We have a version for children from six to twelve and a descriptive and orientative version for the blind and transcriptions for the deaf or hard of hearing. The cost of the audio guide is €4.

Purchase your ticket online + audioguide here


Touch situation plans in relief and Braille on the four floors that are open to the public. Touch areas along the route of the tour. 

More information about the building accessibility.


Group bookings:
Advance booking is obligatory for groups of more than 10 people.
Groups without a booking will not be admitted.


If you have any questions, we recommend you to read our FAQ section (frequently asked questions), where it is probable that you find the desired response.


Casa Milà, popularly known as «La Pedrera» (the stone quarry), an ironic allusion to the resemblance of its façade to an open quarry, was constructed between 1906 and 1912 by Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). For its uniqueness, artistic and heritage value has received major recognition and in 1984 was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List, for its exceptional universal value. Nowadays is the headquarters of Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera and houses a cultural centre that is a reference in Barcelona for the range of activities it organises and the different spaces for exhibitions and other public uses it contains.              

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