Book La Pedrera-Casa Mila Skip the Line Tickets Now

Witness the true masterpiece of Catalan modernism architecture by the city’s most popular architect, Antoni Gaudi.

Admire the curvy facade of Casa Milà, which initially faced controversies and was called “ugly” but is now celebrated as a symbol of Gaudí’s visionary architecture.

Explore exhibitions like Espai Gaudi, offering insights into Gaudí’s life and creative nature-inspired works throughout Barcelona.

Climb on the rooftop terrace with its beautiful chimneys and sculptures, and enjoy the best views of Barcelona.

Discover the organic forms, courtyards, attics, halls and intricate designs of the building, making it a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Enhance your visit with an audio guide, providing informative commentary in your preferred language as you explore Casa Milà.

Upgrade these tickets to include a Virtual Experience and step into the past as historical figures come to life with our optional mixed-reality glasses.

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– Casa Mila skip-the-line tickets provide direct entry to the attraction without standing in the long lines. 

– It is the cheapest and most popular way to explore this Gaudi house.

For budget-friendly visitors, these ticket options cater to families, with discounts for kids and seniors and free entry for infants.

From €28
Why book these tickets?

– Thousands of satisfied visitors gave a rating of 4.7/5 based on 9945 reviews.
– Cheapest entry to Casa Mila
– Guaranteed convenience with advance booking
– Family-friendly discounts for kids and seniors
– Free entry for infants
– Free Cancellation
– Time-saving with direct entry

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  • Skip the line entry to the Mila
  • Audio Guide in Spanish, Basque, Catalan, English, French, Galician, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean
  • Mixed-reality glasses or helmets (if the virtual experience is selected)

Ticket Price:

Visitors’ AgeCost
Adult (13 to 64 years)€28
Child (7 to 12 years)€13
Infant (up to 6 years)Free
Senior (65+ years)€19
Students with ID€19
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Cancellation Policy:

Casa Mila entry tickets can easily be canceled or rescheduled up to 24 hours before the scheduled visit with a full refund.

Know Before You Go

Please make sure to reach the attraction at least 15 minutes before the time slot mentioned on the ticket.

The Casa Mila Virtual Experience is not suitable for children under 10 years of age.

Kindly note that the roof terrace of Casa Mila may be closed for safety reasons to ensure the well-being of visitors.

This closure will not constitute grounds for a full or partial refund of the admission ticket.

Casa Mila may be closed on certain public holidays/days due to unforeseen situations; make sure to check its opening hours before planning the visit.

Learn more about Casa Mila’s opening hours here.

How Do You Book These Tickets?

Booking these tickets is a simple, three-step process:

Choose the preferred time:
Select the dates and times you want to visit the Gaudi house on the booking website. Also, select the number of tickets you need.

Complete secure payment: Once you dine, you must complete the secure payment process. 

Receive your tickets: Once payment is processed, you will receive your tickets by email. Print out your tickets or save them to your phone before you explore!

About the Casa Experience

With Casa Mila skip-the-line tickets in hand, you can take time to see the stunning facade of the building and then enter inside without waiting in long lines.

Once inside, you can admire the beautiful architecture of the halls and attic space hosting the Espai Gaudi exhibition.

This is the only exhibition in the world dedicated to Gaudi’s life and work.

During this, they can learn about his architectural innovations through scale models, building plans, photographs, and videos of his popular attractions.

After seeing the beautifully decorated rooms and open courtyards inspired by nature, they can head to the rooftop.

The rooftop terrace is well-decorated with corkscrew chimneys and various sculptures. It also hosts a night show for visitors visiting Casa Mila at night.

Throughout the tour, you can enjoy informative commentary about Mila’s interiors, history, architecture and the story behind its formation with the audio guide.

If you are exploring the Mila alone, the audio guide will be your perfect companion!

To enhance the experience, visitors can upgrade to the recently introduced virtual experience to feel like it is part of its history.

Location : Casa Mila is located in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

Address: Pg. de Gràcia, 92, L’Eixample, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

How to get there?

By Bus: V15, V17, H10, H8, 7, 22, 24, 6, 33, 34

By Subway: Lines 3 and 5

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1. Do you need tickets for Casa Mila?

Yes, an entry ticket is required to see the interiors of Casa Mila. You can book them for just €28, with additional discounts for seniors and kids.

2. How much do Casa Mila La Pedrera tickets cost?

The basic entry ticket to Casa Mila costs €28 for adults aged 13 to 64 years.

Seniors (aged 65 and older) and students with ID get the discounted tickets at a reduced price of €19.

However, for kids (aged 7 to 12), it’s just €13, and if you have infants under 6 years of age, they can get in for free!

3. Can I cancel my tickets to Casa Mila?

Yes, Casa Mila Skip the Line tickets can be canceled or rescheduled up to 24 hours before the scheduled visit with a full refund.

4. What is La Pedrera’s virtual experience?

The Casa Mila virtual experience is a newly launched feature that lets visitors put on mixed-reality glasses during their visit.

With glasses on your eyes, you can see historical people and places from the past as if they were right before you, making your visit even more exciting!

It will help you better understand the attraction’s history and architecture.

5. Is it worth it to enter Casa Mila?

Whether you are a history buff or not, a visit to Casa Mila is equally worth it!

Visitors who see the attraction are often amazed by its unique architecture, which features a wavy facade, iron-wrought balconies, and a rooftop terrace.

It is one of the best creations by its architect, Antoni Gaudi.

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