La Pedrera (1905), also known as Casa Mila, can be found at No 92 Passeig de Gràcia at the junction with Carrer Provenca. The word "Pedrera" means "Quarry" however the original name of the house was Casa Milà. This is another masterpiece by Antoni Gaudí and was designed as a fashionable home to the wealthy Milà family. The name Pedrera was used locally to describe the building because of its stone like appearance and the name stuck.
|La Pedrera illuminated at night.|
|Location of La Pedrera in relation to the nearest metro stop. Click on the map for a magnified view.|
La Pedrera was constructed to house apartments and offices however the owner had difficulty renting the apartments because prospective tenants thought they would have problems furnishing the rooms as they were irregularly shaped.
La Pedrera is now a museum and is open to the public for viewing and tours.
How to get to La Pedrera
Hop on hop off sightseeing tourist bus stop
Nearest stop for La Pedrera (Casa Mila) is "La Pedrera" with the Barcelona City Tour "hop on hop off" sightseeing bus
Passeig de Gràcia / Avinguda Diagonal: 7, 22, 24, V15
Car parkingCar parking near La Pedrera (Casa Mila)
|01 January||Monday||11:00 - 20:00|
|02 January - 03 January||Monday - Wednesday||09:00 - 20:00|
|04 January - 07 January||Thursday - Sunday||09:00 - 18:00|
|08 January - 14 January||Monday - Sunday||Closed|
|15 January - 02 March||Monday - Sunday||09:00 - 18:00|
|03 March - 05 November||Monday - Sunday||09:00 - 20:00|
|06 November - 24 December||Monday - Sunday||09:00 - 18:00|
|26 December - 31 December||Monday - Sunday||09:00 - 20:00|
Entrance Fee: €22.00Save money with the Barcelona Card
Disabled access: Yes. La Pedrera is nearly 100% accessible for wheelchair visitors
Hotels near Gaudí's La Pedrera
To start the photo tour of La Pedrera click on the first picture in the table below. Remember you will get more out of this photo guide if you follow the photos in sequence.