Visit Casa Milà (La Pedrera) and you will enter the world of Antoni Gaudí and discover for yourself how nature is the origin and inspiration of the building.
Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the architect’s last civic architectural project. It is a unique building, a masterpiece of nature that reveals Gaudí’s boundless imagination.
La Pedrera is also the only Gaudí interpretation centre in Barcelona and is an essential place to visit in order to learn about the architect’s entire body of work and his inspiration. In total, you will tour 4,500 square metres divided across five floors.
This tour, which you can follow at your own pace with an audio guide to provide you with comprehensive information, takes in the following parts of the building: the iconic Roof-terrace, with its spectacular stairwells and chimneys; the Espai Gaudí, the former laundry area situated in the attic; the Pedrera Apartment, which recreates the life of a Barcelona bourgeois family in the opening 30 years or so of the 20th century; the Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Provença Courtyards; and the exhibition room, situated on the main floor, the former residence of the Milàs.
Visit La Pedrera and you will experience for yourself magical spaces in which nature, Gaudí’s source of inspiration, can be felt in every corner.