Skip the line tickets to Gaudí’s La Pedrera in Barcelona with an audioguide. These are recommended for those who want to visit the La Pedrera and its inner spaces with an audioguide.
Express entry to La Pedrera, also known as the Casa Mila with skip the line ticket. The building was designed by the celebrated Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí in the style of Catalan Modernism, the art and architecture movement that emerged around the turn of the 20th century. The Casa Mila is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
|La Pedrera by Antoni Gaudí|
Standing before the facade of the building, you will see how the Casa Mila, which literally means 'stone quarry' is named after the building's undulating facade that resembles an open quarry.
An audioguide is provided in multiple languages, which will guide you through each of the five floors of the building.
The tickets include access to the interior spaces of La Pedrera, including the Gaudí’s space, rooftop, the Pedrera apartment, the Exhibition Hall, and the Courtyards.
The rooftop consists of the chimneys, which have a curved form and shape designed by Gaudí.
In the Gaudí's space located in the attic, you will be able to see an exhibition featuring Antoni Gaudí’s works through photographs, plans, models, designs, and videos.
In La Pedrera apartment located on the fourth floor, you can experience an audiovisual showcasing a key historic period in Barcelona between the Tragic Week (1909) and the World Fair of 1929.
|La Pedrera at night|
A model of a traditional early 20th-century apartment owned by a bourgeois family complete with period furniture and equipment is also seen here on the fourth floor. The decorative elements inside the apartment were designed by Gaudí himself.
In the Courtyards, you will be able to see the nature inspired design of Gaudí in the colourful facades.
Inside the Exhibition Hall, you can see Gaudí’s open-floor plan. The hall also has a vestibule staircase, which is ornamented with wrought iron artwork and murals. The main floor of La Pedrera is used to host art events and exhibitions.
Please note that you will need to carry print-outs of the booking voucher as copies of the booking on a smartphone will not be accepted.
For details about the specific operating hours of La Pedrera, you can find more information and make your reservation by following the link given below.
It is important to note that La Pedrera is a heritage building. It is therefore important to dress appropriately.
The tickets to La Pedrera will be of interest to anyone who wants to visit La Pedrera in Barcelona with everything arranged for them including skip the line tickets, an audioguide in multiple languages, and access to the rooftop, Gaudí’s space, the Courtyards, the Pedrera Apartment, and the Exhibition Hall.
What You Get with this Tour:
|Skip the line tickets to La Pedrera - no waiting around.|
|Audio-guide in: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese and Japanese and Korean.|
|Access to the Rooftop, Gaudí's Space, thePedrera Apartment, the Courtyards, the Exhibition Hall.|
|Children 6 years old an below are free of charge.|
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Location map showing the walking routes to Casa Milà or La Pedrera from the nearest metro stops.
Carrer de Provenca, 261 - 265
Passeig de Gràcia, 43
Carrer d'Arago, 255