La Pedrera (Casa Milà)

Started in 1906, Casa Milá threw up lots of controversy and critisism by the time Guadi handed over the keys in 1912. Nicknamed by locals as ‘La Pedrera’ (the quarry) the building annoyed the local council (who demanded many changes), the neighbours (who thought it lowered the value of nearby houses) and the construction community (who just thought the whole thing was ugly and bonkers).

Top Tip

Not exactly sage advice, but get there as early as you can. The roof gets horribly busy during the peak times.

General Info

Pedrera by Day  (Access to The Roof/Gaudi Space/The Apartment/Exhibition Room)

Adult 16.50€  – Free for children 6 and under

Children 8.25€ – 7 to 12 years

Student 14.85€ – Valid Student Card needed.


1 March to 4 November. Monday to Sunday: from 9.00 to 20.00                                                         (last admission:19.30).

5 November to 28 February. Monday to Sunday: from 9.00 to 18.30                                                  (last admission:18.00).

Closed: 25 December & January 7 to January 13, 2013.
1 January: special opening hours from 11.00 to 18.30.

The Secret Pedrera (Intimate Guided tour at night)

Adult 30.00€  – Free for children 6 and under

Children 15.00€ – 7 to 12 years

BUY TICKETS ONLINE to avoid disappointment.

March to October: Monday to Sunday from 20.30 to midnight.                                                      (last admission at 22.30).

Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 21 June to September there will be only one visit at 20.30.

November to February: Wednesday to Saturday from 19.00 to 22.30.                                               (last admission at 21.00).

Tel.: +34 934 845 990


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