Casa Milà Skip The Line Tickets

Casa Milà Skip The Line Tickets

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A highlight on every visit to Barcelona, Casa Milà surprises with its unconventional facade and an interior that seems to play with forms and light to create Gaudí’s unparalleled style of architecture. 

Skip the lines with your ticket to 'La Pedrera' (The Quarry), this extraordinary example of innovative architecture and landmark of Catalan Modernism.

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Casa Mila Basic Ticket
The Casa Mila basic ticket gives you skip-the-line access to Casa Mila including audio-guide.

2 Houses of Gaudi Ticket
This package gives you skip-the-line access to Casa Mila and Casa Vicens! Casa Vicens is the hidden gem of Barcelona that every person should see. It recently opened and the architecture will blow you away. Gaudí totally invented a new style and a new start in his career. The visit-date and time for Casa Vicens is open.
Enjoy it now with 4 eur discount! (This ticket is only available for adults)

Audio Guide Included
Currently available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with visual or hearing impairment. It provides interpretation in sign language, sensory resources, magnifying lenses at the reading points and audio descriptions.



  • Fast track entrance to Casa Milà, one of Gaudí’s most emblematic works of art at Passeig de Gràcia in the centre of Barcelona
  • Tour through the Art Nouveau building, including the interpretation centre 'Espai Gaudí' about the architect’s life and work with designs, models and audiovisual presentations
  • Access to the Inner Courtyards and the Exhibition Room on the main floor of the former Milà Residence
  • Visit to the Pedrera Apartments with a combination of audiovisual presentation and original elements, like period furniture, works of art and household accessories 
  • Admittance to the exceptional roof-terrace, also called 'the garden of warriors', with ventilation towers and chimneys turned into sculptures

What to Expect

Casa Milà certainly stands out from the surrounding buildings on prestigious Passeig de Gràcia. Nothing less than revolutionary at the time of its construction, the building didn’t only have admirers and its crude, white facade inspired the inhabitants of Barcelona to its still popular nickname La Pedrera (The Quarry).

Constructed between 1906 and 1912, Antoni Gaudí designed the building as one continuous curve, refusing any straight lines. Its rounded interior walls are decorated with mural paintings of flowers and plants, naturalistic elements, which can be found throughout the house in its wrought ironwork, sculpted stone columns and even in its woodwork and furniture. The design of Casa Milà made use of innovative concepts, such as a self-supporting facade, a basement garage and the stunning roof-terrace. One of the most remarkable features of the building, the roof exemplifies the modernist idea of combining functionality and aesthetics, and skylights, staircase exits, ventilation towers, and chimneys are sculpted into artistic forms.

But what was controversial at the time is now one of Gaudí’s most famous works and top exponent of Catalan Modernism. Recognised in 1984 by the UNESCO as World Heritage, Casa Milà attracts thousands of visitors every year. With your skip the line ticket you’ll avoid these queues and get access to the main floor, courtyards and the spectacular roof-terrace. Learn more about Gaudí’s life and work in the interpretation centre and through the included audio guide.


  • Mobile tickets
  • Skip the line tickets
  • Audio guide

Additional Information

28th February 2020 – 1st October 2020
Thursday to Sunday 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

From 2nd October 2020 - 04th March 2021:
Thursday to Sunday: 9h-18h30 (last entrance 18:00)

25th of December 

26 December 2020 - 3 January 2021
Thursday to Sunday, and holidays: 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

Special Schedule:
1st of January, from 11 h to 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)