- Skip the lines when you visit Casa Mila and enjoy the beauty of one of the most famous buildings in the great city of Barcelona
- When you stop by Casa Mila you can find out all about the work of the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi at the Espai Gaudi exhibition and travel to the iconic rooftop to see the famous chimneys for which Casa Mila is so famous.
Casa Mila is also called La Pedrera and is one of the most ornate buildings that Gaudi ever designed. Now you can skip the line and explore this work of art up close as you discover five floors of breathtaking rooms. Just some of the highlights here include a museum as well as a model of an apartment from the beginning of the 20th century and exhibitions of Gaudi’s work. Another opportunity not to miss is the chance to get up on the roof and enjoy the roof terrace, chimney pots, and stunning views across the city.
This vibrant building is officially called Casa Mila, as it was named after the family it was built for, but it is referred to as La Pedrera which means ‘The Quarry’ as the monument looks more like a quarry than a home. You can skip the line at Casa Mila and when you buy a ticket you will get a free audio guide which will let you dive into the history of one of the most creative and inspired buildings in the world.
- Access to La Pedrera