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12
May
2017
12 May 2017

Once again, La Pedrera is taking part in Barcelona Museum night, with all tickets sold

La Pedrera will open its doors from 7pm to 1am on Saturday 20 May for the thirteenth Night of Museums. Everyone who has booked will be able to visit the most important areas of the building at their own pace on the Night of Museums: the Roof-terrace, the Attic, an Apartment recreating bourgeois life from the beginning of the 20th century, the courtyards and the exhibition room. [Read +]

07
April
2017
07 April 2017

For the second year, La Pedrera becomes the setting for celebrating Saint George’s Day

For the second year, La Pedrera becomes the setting for celebrating Saint George’s Day. From 10am to 7pm, a total of 54 couples can access the main balcony of Casa Milà to celebrate the day in a special way. Free registration for accessing the main balcony will open on Tuesday, 18 April via La Pedrera’s official website. [Read +]

16
January
2017
16 January 2017

La Pedrera reopens with a new ticket office to improve the visitor reception

The building was under maintenance works during one week to improve the building and get greater energy efficiency. With the new ticket office La Pedrera provides more comfort in receiving visitors and reduces the presence of queues on the street. [Read +]

02
January
2017
02 January 2017

La Pedrera will be closed from 9th to 15th January for maintenance

From January 9 to January 15 La Pedrera will be closed for maintenance. These are the regular works for maintenance performed annually and during the same dates. [Read +]

02
January
2017
02 January 2017

“Oteiza: the deoccupation of space” closes with an excellent reaction from the public and critics

The exhibition “Oteiza: the deoccupation of space”, which included a retrospective of the Basque sculptor’s entire career at La Pedrera, has closed its doors with a great reaction from the public and critics. In just over three months (it opened on 27 September), the exhibition has welcomed almost 85,000 visitors. [Read +]

14
December
2016
14 December 2016

Visiting hours in La Pedrera are extended during the Christmas holidays

Due to Christmas holidays, from 26 December to 3 January 2017 Casa Milà (La Pedrera) extends the opening times until 8.30pm. Visitors will be able to visit the building from 9am to 8.30pm (last access 8pm). [Read +]

25
November
2016
25 November 2016

A unique Mannequin Christmas Challenge at the Roof-terrace of Casa Milà

La Pedrera has joined today the new viral internet challenge with a Mannequin Christmas Challenge at the best Roof-terrace of Barcelona. This is the first challenge of the mannequin that takes place in a building of Gaudí, which aim is to make visible one of the most unique areas of the Casa Milà. [Read +]

31
October
2016
31 October 2016

New visiting hours at La Pedrera

From Wednesday 2 November to March 2 2017, new winter opening times in La Pedrera.The building will be open from 9am to 6.30pm, except during the Christmas holidays, from 26 December to 3 January 2017, which will continue from 9am to 8.30pm. [Read +]

17
October
2016
17 October 2016

New session of Conversations at La Pedrera with the American cosmologist Lisa Randall

The American cosmologist Lisa Randall has spoken with the astrophysics professor Eduard Salvador in a new session of the Converses a La Pedrera cycle. During their meeting we were able to hear their theses on dark matter and its fundamental role in the universe. [Read +]

14
October
2016
14 October 2016

Dansa Ara is back, with unique creations and proposals at La Pedrera

Dance returns to La Pedrera on Thursday 20 October as the now established Dansa Ara cycle returns for another year. Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation has programmed six dance shows every Thursday at 8pm for five consecutive weeks, making up an exceptional programme combining great and well-known choreographers with emerging young creative talents. [Read +]

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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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