Biomorphic mansion on the Passeig de Gracia
Built as a vast private residence for wealthy developer Pere Mila and his even-more-minted missus, Rosario Segimon, Casa Mila is Gaudi’s second most famous structure after La Sagrada Familia church.
The house’s cliff-like walls immediately earned it the nickname La Pedrera, or ‘The Quarry’, amongst locals; and, although some may have scoffed in the past, this rocky undulating facade has become one of the most recognisable anywhere in the world. Indeed it’s one of the seven UNESCO listed works by Gaudi in Barcelona.
It’s well worth the ticket admission to take a look inside the Casa Mila with its two beautiful internal courtyards, the reconstructed ‘La Pedrera apartment’ and – best of all – access to the rooftop with its surreal chimneys (typical Gaudi!) and views over Barcelona.
The house is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, and Saturdays and Sundays (plus holidays) from 10am to 2pm.
Casa Mila Tickets
A little tip from us would be to buy your tickets for La Pedrera in advance, which enables you to skip the line. There are often hefty queues, but when you book online you choose a designated time slot, enabling you to go straight in.
We work with Get Your Guide, and if you click the link you can buy easily and securely through their site, plus if you change your mind you can cancel up to 24 hours beforehand for a full refund.
Entry price includes audioguide which is available in English, Spanish, Catalan, Chinese, French, Galician, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Russian.
Other Tickets & Tours
As well as the standard day entry, Get Your Guide offer some other interesting experiences if you can’t get enough of Gaudi…
La Pedrera The Origins – night show and tour. Enjoy an evening tour of the mansion before an audiovisual show on the magnificent Casa Mila roof with a glass of sparkling Cava.
Combined La Sagrada Familia & La Pedrera tickets. Perfect if you planned on seeing both of Gaudi’s two most famous buildings, whilst in Barcelona.