No, it is not essential, but it is advisable as you avoid waiting in possible queues or at the ticket office, as well as handling fees. You can buy admission tickets to La Pedrera online through our official website.
Students on regulated courses (by presenting a valid student’s card, including an international card, or confirmation of enrolment).
People with disabilities (by presenting a card accrediting this).
People over the age of 65.
People who live in Catalonia.
If your level of disability is more than 33%, you are entitled to a reduced admission rate of €16.50 for La Pedrera by day (online purchases). If your disability level is equal to or exceeds 65% or your need for a companion is accredited, there is no charge for this companion’s admission. This free admission can be collected at the ticket offices once documentation certifying your level of disability has been presented
To benefit from the special admission rates for residents in Catalonia, you must submit a valid national identity document (DNI or NIE) at the ticket offices to demonstrate that your address is in Catalonia. If your current address does not appear on your identity document, you must also present a bill or certificate accrediting your home address.
Yes, by showing valid accreditation at the La Pedrera ticket offices.
Online ticket purchases
Yes. If you purchased your admission ticket to visit La Pedrera via our official website you can enter immediately without queuing. In addition, your ticket will be cheaper than if you had bought it at the ticket office.
Firstly, check to see they are not in your Spam folder. If you have not received them, please contact us by email at email@example.com and we will send you the tickets.
Remember that with tickets purchased online, you do not need to join a queue and will be able to enter immediately.
It is not strictly necessary to print tickets, as you can show your ticket with the QR code on the screen of any mobile device. Above all, remember that you pay a discounted rate if you buy your ticket online via our website.
Vouchers/discount cards can only be used when purchasing tickets at the La Pedrera ticket office. You cannot use them for online purchases.
Tickets will not be changed or refunded. The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, which manages Casa Milà (La Pedrera), does not allow changes nor does it give refunds on admission tickets, as stated during the process to purchase tickets online via the La Pedrera website.
The least busy times in La Pedrera are early in the morning (between 9.00 and 10.00 am) and in the afternoons (after 4.00 pm). This means you can tour the building in greater comfort. Remember that the opening hours vary throughout the year. You can check the La Pedrera opening hours here.
Yes. If you request it in advance, a guided tour can be arranged for groups that will include a visit to the same spaces as the tour of La Pedrera that people can do at their own pace: the Roof-terrace, the Espai Gaudí (attic), the Pedrera Apartment and the Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Provença courtyards. The guided tour is available on request in a number of languages: Catalan, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. For further information and to book, call 93 214 25 83 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The La Pedrera by day tour is at your own pace. It includes a free audio guide and takes between an hour and an hour and a half.
Yes. The night-time tour is called Gaudí’s Pedrera: The Origins. It is a unique and exclusive experience that provides an opportunity to discover the various corners of the building surrounded by the magic of the night. It includes numerous projections on the stairwells, special lighting and an accompanying soundtrack. For further information and to buy The Origins tickets here.
In some cases, yes. But it depends on the content of the activity. Check the activities here.
La Pedrera has a well-structured educational programme with proposals suited to different levels and ages. It has six classrooms and an in-house team of specialist professionals. You can check the entire range of educational activities at La Pedrera or make a booking by sending an email email@example.com.
Yes. The audio guide is included in the price of admission to La Pedrera by day and La Pedrera by day Premium. It gives information about the spaces visited and about the main characteristics of the building and of the architect, Antoni Gaudí. It is available in the following languages: Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
La Pedrera has a left-luggage room where you can leave anything you want in order to make your visit more comfortable (backpacks, suitcases, prams, etc.). There are also lifts to be able to move through the building, as well as toilets on the ground floor (between the Passeig de Gràcia and Provença courtyards) and the Pedrera Apartment.
In addition, La Pedrera has a cafeteria, El Café de La Pedrera, and the Laie bookshop (entered through the Pedrera Period Apartment or via the ground floor) where you can purchase souvenirs of the building and other works by Gaudí.
Yes. Apart from the Roof-terrace, all the parts of the building open to visitors on the tour have been adapted to make them accessible to wheelchairs and there are no architectural barriers. Only the Roof-terrace is unsuited to wheelchairs because of the constant changes in level characteristic of Gaudí’s structure, but a platform has been erected at the exit from the lift, providing a sweeping view of the rooftop. For further information about accessibility at La Pedrera, check La Pedrera: accessible to everyone.
If you have any queries, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, we have a wheelchair loan service to make it easier for people with reduced mobility to visit the building. This service is free of charge and subject to availability. Wheelchairs must be booked in advance by sending an email to: email@example.com.