Barcelona Museum
Barcelona Articket
from€35.00

Definitely recommended for the real culture and art lover who is visiting Barcelona!

Barcelona has so many beautiful museums! The Articket Barcelona offers the possibility to visit 6 of the most important museums in the city at a very reasonable price. And best of all - you don't have to wait in the long waiting lines! The following museums are participating and all can be visited once in a 12 month period from the date of purchase in any order you wish:

Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)

Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA)

Fundacio Miró Museum

Fundació Antoni Tàpies

Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB)

Picasso Museum

Departure Point:
The Articket can be collected from both terminals at the Barcelona Airport or at several locations in the city center. More information can be found on your ticket.

Buy your ticket online and skip the line!

Barcelona Museum

Top-rated guided tours in english and skip the line tickets

Picasso, Míro, Dalí, Tàpies... Barcelona has been fortunate enough to see the birth or welcome great artists who have marked and still mark the history of Modern Art. Museums, foundations and galleries make up the cultural richness of this city that is decidedly different from the others; where the pleasures of the beach are combined so simply with instructive visits. From medieval art to contemporary art, visitors can easily find their centre of interest. On this page "Barcelona Museum" we have selected for you the best guided tours in English as well as tickets that will save you precious time. Also in this section you will find all the tickets to visit the famous museum houses such as Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Casa Vicens.

Barcelona's selection :

Ticket Picasso Museum & Hop on Hop off Bus
from€28.00

Save time and money with our Combo-Ticket and book your ticket for Barcelona’s official Hop on and off Tourist Bus together with your entrance to the Picasso Museum. 

Get on our panoramic bus conveniently to one of the most visited art museums worldwide and discover the city and its many sights for one day by double-decker bus. 

Fast Facts

Hop on & off Bus Service

Choose between three routes with a total of 45 stops to hop on and off during one day. (download the route map)

Skip the Line Tickets

Book online and skip the queues to the Picasso Museum. 

Mobile Tickets

Get your electronic tickets for the bus and the museum sent directly to your mobile.

 

Instant Confirmation

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility

The bus service as well as the museum are adapted to the needs of tourists with reduced mobility and hearing impairment.

Overview

Combo-Ticket for Barcelona’s tourist bus and Picasso Museum

use of three the lines of the official Tourist Bus with free audio guide for one day

hop on and off at 45 stops close to major tourist attractions 

entrance to the Picasso Museum with a collection of more than 4,000 works by the Spanish artist

What to Expect

See more of Barcelona and save at the same time. Take the convenient tourist bus for one day and visit the Picasso Museum, one of the most comprehensive collections of artworks by he celebrated artist.

Opened in 1963, the worldwide oldest Picasso Museum welcomes its visitors in five medieval city palaces in Barcelona’s La Ribera quarter. Its collection comprises 4,251 works, including paintings, drawings, engravings and ceramics, from Picasso’s early years between 1890 and 1917. 

 

From here, take the panoramic bus and get easily to Barcelona’s many other attractions, like the Sagrada Família, Park Güell and Camp Nou. You only need one ticket to use the three lines of the official Bus Turístic and hop on and off at 45 different stops throughout the city. Get more information onboard through the included audio guide and the helpful staff of Barcelona’s tourist office. 

What’s included?

entrance tickets for Barcelona’s Picasso Museum

one-day ticket for Barcelona Bus Turístic

audio guide (in English and 15 other languages) and headphones onboard the tourist buses 

city map and guide in various languages 

vouchers with a total value of 250€

How does it work?

When you book your Combo-Ticket, please choose a day for your bus ticket and a timeslot for your visit to the Picasso Museum. We will reserve your ticket within the chosen timeframe, depending on availability, and send you your tickets with the exact time of entrance within 24 hours.

The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the building. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want. 

Additional Information

Tourist Bus

daily from 9am to 8pm (7pm in winter) every 5 to 25 minutes

no service on December 25 and January 1

roundtrip about 2h, 40 minutes on the green line

The green line only runs from March to November. 

audio guide available in 16 languages: (e.g. English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Russian, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish, Dutch) 

Free Wi-Fi access

Picasso Museum

Opening hours:

Monday - From 10am to 5pm
Tuesday to Sundays (except Thursdays) - From 9am to 8.30pm

Ticket offices close 30 minutes before closing time.

Audio guides available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean

get there by Barcelona Bus Turístic (red line), stop ‘Barri Gòtic ’

Picasso Museum in Barcelona Tickets
from€0.00

Visit one of the most comprehensive collections of artworks by Pablo Picasso and explore the artist’s close link to the city of Barcelona.

Plan ahead and reserve your entrance in advance, as tickets to the Picasso Museum are limited, and enjoy this impressive exhibition of works by one of the most renowned artists of the last century. 

Fast Facts 

Tickets

Book online and skip the queues at the local ticket counter. 

Accessibility 

The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility.

 

Overview

Get access to the Picasso Museum, one of the worldwide most visited art museums.

Admire its permanent collection of 4,251 works by the Spanish artist. 

Visit the museum’s temporary exhibitions with works related to Picasso and his art.

Book your tickets online in advance and reserve a timeslot to enjoy your visit at your preferred time. 

 

What to Expect

Retrace Picasso's first steps as an artist at Barcelona’s Picasso Museum and discover the early works of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. 

Opened in 1963, the museum was worldwide the first dedicated to the artist’s work and illustrates Picasso’s close relationship to the city of Barcelona. Today among the most visited art museums of the world, it is housed in five medieval town houses in Barcelona's La Ribera with a permanent collection that comprises more than 4,000 works, including paintings and drawings, engravings, and ceramics.  

The museum’s permanent collection centres around Picasso’s early years between 1890 and 1917, representing the most comprehensive record of the artist's beginnings. The exhibition displays works from his training period, the Blue period and works in Barcelona from 1917, including two of his first major works, ‘The First Communion’ and ‘Science and Charity’. 

How does it work?

The Picasso Museum has limited capacity and assigns timeslots to enter the museum. In order to avoid the queues at the local ticket counter, admission should be reserved in advance. 

When you book your entrance ticket, please select the date and a time slot for your visit. We will reserve your ticket within the chosen timeframe, depending on availability, and send you your tickets with the exact time of entrance within 24 hours.

The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the building. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want. 

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Sunday (except Thursdays)

From 9am to 19pm

Thursdays

From 9am to 9.30pm (free entrance from 6pm to 9.30)

5th of January

From 9 h to 17 h

24th and 31st of December

From 9 h to 14 h

Free entrance:

Thursdays from 6p to 9.30pm

First Sunday of each month

12th of February, 18th of May and 24th of September

Exhibitions

In the booking process you can add the exhibitions to your reservation. Here is a list of the current exhibitions:

The exhibition ´Picasso the Photographer’s Gaze´.

Offers an immersion into Pablo Picasso’s universe through photography, a versatile form of expression that produces images so diverse that they possess all the facets of a creator who is at the same time author, model, witness and spectator of his work and life.

Audioguide

You can add your audioguide to your visit. The audioguide is available in the following languages: English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean. 

Additional Information

Ticket offices close 30 minutes before closing time.

Audio guides available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean

How to get there

By bus lines 120, 45, V15, V17 to ‘Via Laietana’, 39, 51, H14 ‘Passeig Picasso’, lines H14, 45, 51 ‘Pla de Palau’ or 120 to ‘Princesa’

By metro line L4 to underground station ‘Jaume I’ or L1 to ‘Arc de Triomf’

Skip the line Casa Milà at night
from€17.00

Get off the beaten track and make your visit to one of Barcelona’s most emblematic sights an unforgettable experience.

Avoid the crowds and discover Casa Milà at night. Marvel at the unique beauty of Gaudí’s creation, intensified by an audiovisual show that takes you on a journey to the essence of Gaudi’s architecture and top it all off with a glass of sparkling wine on the rooftop terrace under Barcelona’s stars.
    

Fast Facts
Skip the Line Tickets
Get fast track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue.

Guided Visit
Semi-guided tours are available in English, Catalan or Spanish.

Mobile Tickets
Get your electronic ticket sent directly to your mobile.

Instant Confirmation
Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility
The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with visual or hearing impairment.

Please note: 

You will get a timeslot for entrance at Casa Mila at Night (available every 20 minutes from 7pm to 10pm). Please make sure that you are available to do the visit during the full timeframe.

   

Overview

Spectacular night tour to one of Gaudí’s most emblematic works of art

Semi-guided visit with explanations by tour guides on the respective floors 

Immersive experience with captivating projections in the courtyards and stairwells

Access to the interpretation centre 'Espai Gaudí' with designs, models and audiovisual presentations about the architect’s life and work

Fascinating audiovisual show on Casa Milà’s exceptional rooftop terrace, rounded off with a glass of sparkling wine 

 

What to Expect
This night-time tour of Casa Milà makes one of Barcelona’s most outstanding buildings the protagonist of an elaborate audiovisual show that captures the visitor and brings her closer to the essence of Gaudí’s architecture.

Combining Modernism and Art Nouveau, Gaudí designed Casa Milà with curved walls and ceilings and decorative elements like polychrome murals and colourful mosaics, which give the house its unique character. Already by day a fabulous dream world, the visual effects during the night tour intensify the effect of Gaudí’s structures and forms. A vivid show of light and images, together with the accompanying music, bring the building alive and make this visit an immersive experience.

The semi-guided tour takes the visitor through the building, including the Espai Gaudí, with brief explanations by the tour guides, followed by video projections in the stairwells and patios. It then continues on to Casa Milà’s spectacular rooftop terrace and its 'Garden of Warriors', where the visit is crowned by a spectacular video mapping show and a glass of cool sparkling wine is served.

Inclusions

Skip the line tickets to Casa Milà at Night

Mobile tickets

Semi-guided tour

Glass of sparkling wine

Additional Information

Tickets can be booked for sessions in English, Spanish and Catalan. (Please check times and availability.)

4th November 2019 - 27th February 2020

Night visit: 19:00 h - 21:00 h

Christmas schedule:

26th December 2019 - 3rd January 2020

Night visit: 21:00 h - 23:00 h

28th February 2020 – 1st November 2020:

Night visit: 21:00 h - 23:00 h

Closed: 

25th of December 

From 13th to 19th of January 2020 due to maintenance work

 

The three houses of Gaudi: Direct entrance to Casa Batllo, Mila and Vicens!
from€38.00

These museums are the highlights when it comes to the residences gaudí created for wealthy families in Barcelona! Combine the top attractions Casa Batllo and Mila (La Pedrera) with the recently opened (for public) and hidden gem of Gaudí: Casa Vicens! 

The museums are closely located together which makes it possible to visit them all in one morning/afternoon!

        

At the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century Casa Batllo, Casa Mila and Casa Vicens was build by the famous architecture Gaudi. Nowadays these buildings are icons in the city because they are so unique and creative.

 

Casa Batlló

The colourful Casa Batlló, a house from the 19th century renovated in the well-known modernist style, is one of many masterpieces of Gaudí in Barcelona. The interior of the house is just as exceptional as the exterior of the building. The building has become a famous landmark in Barcelona and is open to the public. The Casa Batlló was awarded the 2004 Europa Nostra Award for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage and was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. Undoubtedly worth a visit.

 

Casa Mila

Casa Mila or 'La Pedrera' (meaning 'stone quarry' in Catalan) was built between 1905 and 1910 and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage landmark in 1984. Casa Mila is one of the most remarkable works of Antoni Gaudí. The eccentric design is inspired by his love to nature. Along the exterior of the building, the irregular balconies give the impression of a series of waves. The upper floor, the attic and the extraordinary rooftop are open to visitors. Drawings, models, photographs and videos are used to portray the life of the great Gaudí, his historical and cultural context, and the artistic values and technical innovation of his work.

 

Casa Vicens

 

This is the hidden gem of Barcelona that every person should see. It recently opened and the architecture will blow you away. He totally invented a new style and a new start in his career.

 

What is included?

Skip the line tickets Casa Batllo including a Videoguide in your language

Skip the line tickets Casa Mila including an audioguide in your language

Skip the line tickets Casa Vicens

 

Why should you book the Gaudi Pass online?

 

You will save money!

Barcelona is all about Gaudi, get to know the best highlights of Gaudi

Batllo, Mila and Vicens are extremely close together

 

How does it work?

 

All museums work with a timeslot to distribute the amount of tourists in the museums. After your reservation you can inform us which times and dates you want to visit them all. 

Gaudi's Casa Vicens in Barcelona Tickets
from€0.00

Closed to the public for more than 130 years, Casa Vicens is now open to visitors and gives finally access to Gaudí’s first architectural masterpiece.

Follow Gaudí’s first steps on his way to becoming the celebrated architect of the Sagrada Família and discover one of the forerunners of modernist architecture and UNESCO World Heritage site.

Fast Facts 

Tickets

Book online and skip the queues at the local ticket counter. 

Instant Confirmation 

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility 

The museum is fully accessible by wheelchair.

COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES  

Due to the pandemic situation and to protect you and those around you, visits will only be allowed with the following sanitary norms and regulations: 

Wearing a face mask is required 

Reduced capacity to ensure a safe visit 

Distance between visitors is obligatory

Guests may be subject to a temperature check

Visit time may be limited

WHY IS THIS PRODUCT CORONA SAFE? 

Hand sanitiser available 

New access conditions

Reinforcement of cleaning service 

Permanent ventilation

Disinfection points and disinfecting mats on access

Mandatory use of masks

Unique tour -one way direction

Overview

Discover Gaudí’s first important work and one of the earliest buildings of Art Nouveau.

Visit Casa Vicens’ interior and the adjoining garden.

Gain deeper insight into Gaudí’s architecture and the beginnings of modernism in the permanent collection of the Museum.

Enjoy the temporary exhibitions on topics related to Casa Vicens.

What to Expect

After extensive works in 2017, has Casa Vicens been restored to its original splendor and takes its visitors back to Gaudí’s beginnings and the birth of Catalan modern architecture. 

Commissioned by Manuel Vicens i Montaner, a wealthy stockbroker, Casa Vicens was built between 1883-85. Influenced by Neo-Mudéjar architecture, Gaudí designed the house in the upcoming art nouveau style, using vibrant colours and a variety of materials, such as iron, glass, ceramic tiles and concrete. In 1925 the house underwent renovations, in which the house and garden were extended and the entrance and main floor modified, still maintaining Gaudí’s original design. 

Take a tour through Casa Vicens, which will bring you not only closer to understanding Gaudí’s architecture but also give you deeper insight into Barcelona’s history. Learn through an audiovisual presentation how urban planning changed the face of the city at the turn of the century and understand the social, cultural and artistic context, in which Casa Vicens was designed.

There  is a multilingual guide ( English, Spanish and French)   on each floor of Casa Vicens,  that will give you detailed information on the aspects of the room you are visiting. This is a wonderful experience to understand the work of Gaudi and Gaudi himself.

How does it work?

When you book your entrance ticket, please select the date and a time slot for your visit. The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the building. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want. 

Additional Information

Opening hours: 

From April 1, to October 14:

From Monday to Sunday, From 10:00am to 8:00pm. Last entrance one hour and 20’ before closure.

From October,15  to March 31:

Monday, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

From Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 7:00 pm

Please Note: (special timeslots)

03-11-2019 - From 10 am to 3 pm (last entrance at 2 pm)

Ticket offices close one hour and 20 minutes before closing time
Guided tours available in English, Catalan, Spanish and French

How to get there

By bus lines 22, 27, 32, 87, 114, N4, V17 and the blue line of Barcelona Bus Turistic

By metro line L3 to underground stations ‘Fontana’ or ‘Lesseps’

Wax Museum of Barcelona
from€9.00

Meet famous artists, powerful politicians and big-name celebrities, or at least their waxen look-alikes, in Barcelona’s Wax Museum.

Venture into a hidden side street, just off the Ramblas, and step into an enigmatic world of familiar faces from past and present.

Fast Facts
Skip the Line Tickets
Get fast-track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue.

Audio Guide
available in English, Catalan, Spanish and Italian

Instant Confirmation
Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility
About 90% of the museum are accessible by wheelchair via ramps    and lifts.

Overview

Private collection of more than 200 wax figures of celebrities from the worlds of art, politics and entertainment

Housed in a neo-classicist building, formerly the offices of a bank

Audio guide with further explanations about the characters on display

What to Expect
Barcelona’s Wax Museum lies somewhat hidden away in a narrow alleyway in the Gothic Quarter. The neo-classicist building, which houses the museum, boasts all the splendor of a nineteenth-century city palace and provides an atmospheric backdrop for this private collection of more than 200 wax figures. Established in 1973 by Enrique Alarcón, the museum displays figures of real and fictional celebrities with a strong focus on Spanish culture and history.

So take a tour through the museum and rub shoulders with Michael Jackson, Dalí and Picasso. Witness a bank robbery, venture into the Chamber of Horrors and if you are still up for it, pay a visit to the magical 'Bosc de les fades', the fairytale café just around the corner. 

Visits

Standard visit

Audio-guided visit

Additional Information

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 10am – 1.30pm and 4pm – 7.30pm
Saturday, Sundays and holidays: 11am - 2pm and 4.30pm – 8.30pm
Summer: daily 10am – 10pm

Audio guide available in English, Catalan, Spanish and Italian.

Admission free for children under 5 years of age

How to get there

By bus lines 14, 18, 36, 38, 57, 59, 64, 91 to various stops nearby

By metro lines L3 to underground station ‘Plaça Drassanes’

 

Casa Mila (Open Tickets)
from€0.00

Come along to one of the most remarkable works of Antoni Gaudí!

Enjoy your visit to Casa Milà whenever you want with an open ticket that gives you more flexibility and offers the perfect solution for everybody who wants to avoid the crowds and doesn’t like planning ahead before even arriving. Skip the lines to Gaudí’s 'La Pedrera' and discover this masterpiece of modernist architecture and world heritage site.  

Fast Facts:

Open Ticket:

Visit Casa Milà any day you want after 4pm.

Mobile Tickets:

Get your electronic ticket sent directly to your mobile.

Skip the Line Tickets:

Get fast-track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue. 

Audio Guide included:

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

Instant Confirmation:

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility:

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.

Overview:

Be more flexible with an open ticket and decide spontaneously which day to visit Casa Milà. 

Take an audio-guided tour through one of Gaudí’s most outstanding architectural works of art. 

Learn more about Barcelona’s famous architect and his designs in the interpretation centre 'Espai Gaudí'.

Visit the Pedrera Apartments, the Inner Courtyards and the Exhibition Room.

Step into the 'Garden of Warriors', Casa Milà’s exceptional rooftop-terrace.

What to expect:

Built between 1906 and 1912, Casa Milà is a favourite with tourists from all over the world, owing to its eye-catching, irregular facade, which has earned the building its nickname ‘La Pedrera’ (The Quarry). 

Gaudí’s design of the house, though controversial at the time of construction, is nowadays considered one of the most extraordinary examples of Catalan modernist architecture and was declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage in 1984. But not only Casa Milà’s facade has turned the building into a cultural icon. Its interior is just as astonishing and impresses the visitor with a unique combination of structures, forms and colours, inspired by Gaudí’s great passion for nature.

Many decorative elements, however, also fulfil a practical function, an idea essential to modernist architecture. Casa Milà’s breathtaking rooftop-terrace is the best example for this functional approach, as ventilation towers and chimneys were given the artistic form of warriors. 

The tour through the building includes the Pedrera Apartments, where an audiovisual presentation recreates the life in Casa Milà at the beginning of the twentieth century. It includes the temporary exhibition as well as the Gaudí interpretation centre with models, photographs and videos. Don’t miss any details and learn more about Gaudí’s life and work with the included audio-guide. 

How does it work?

Enter Casa Milà with your open tickets any day after 4pm and stay as long as you want. You do not have to select a date or time slot. 

Inclusions:

Mobile tickets

Open Ticket with skip the line advantage

Audio guide

Additional information: 

4th November 2019 - 27th February 2020

Monday to Sunday: 9:00 h - 18:30 h (last entrance 18:00)

Christmas schedule

26th December 2019 - 3rd January 2020

Monday to Sunday: 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

28th February 2020 – 1st November 2020

Monday to Sunday 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

Special Schedule:

01st of January 2020: from 11h to 20:30h

Closed: 

25th of December 

From 13th to 19th of January 2020 due to maintenance work 

Location:

Passeig de Gràcia, 92

08008 Barcelona

Metro to Diagonal or Passeig de Gracia

- By bus lines 7,16,17, 22, 24 and V17 to nearby bus stops 

- By metro lines L3 and L5 to underground station ‘Diagonal’

Because of the enormous waiting lines, we advise you to buy your tickets online at Ticketbar!

Make your reservation now and skip the long waiting line!

Casa De Les Punxes Tickets
from€10.00

Visit one of Barcelona’s most emblematic buildings and discover what’s inside this fairytale castle.

After 100 years finally opened to the public, Casa de les Punxes (House of Spikes) awaits you with an immersive tour that takes you on a journey through Catalan architecture and the magic world of Sant Jordi, two essential elements of Catalan heritage.

Fast Facts
Skip the Line Tickets
Get fast-track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue.

Audio Guide included
available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Japanese

Instant Confirmation
Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility
The visit is adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility, except the lifts to the towers. For visitors with hearing impairment, interpretation in Catalan sign language is provided and the audio guide is available in written form.

Overview

Visit one of Barcelona’s most distinctive masterpieces of modernist architecture.

Learn more about the building’s architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch.

Access the building’s spectacular rooftop terrace.

Discover the story of Sant Jordi, patron saint of Catalonia, in an interactive experience.

What to Expect
Although Barcelona’s modernist Eixample is full of architectural highlights and visual surprises, the Casa de les Punxes still stands out. Its six pointed towers, which earned the building its name ‘House of Spikes’, remind the visitor of a medieval castle, which seems to be taken from a fairytale.

Its history sounds a bit like from a tale as well, which begins in 1905 when Bartomeu Terradas, a successful textile industrialist, commissioned renowned architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch to construct three houses for his sisters Angela, Josefa and Rosa. The architect joined the houses’ facades in such a way, that they look like one single building and used towers, sculptures and ironwork to give it its distinctive medieval feel.

After more than 100 years, the house was first opened to the public just very recently in 2016 and attracts thousands of visitors with its unusual design. But La Casa de les Punxes offers more than just architecture and design. A tour through the building gives you the chance to find out more about Catalonia’s patron saint Sant Jordi and step into a world of knights, princesses and dragons.

Inclusions

Audio-guided tour

Additional Information

Opening hours: daily from 10am to 7pm (closed on December 25)

Last entrance one hour before closing time

Audio guide available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Japanese

The audio-guided tour takes about one hour.

How to get there

By bus lines 20, 39, 45, 47, H8, N5 to stop ‘Jardinets de Gràcia / Roselló’ stop or lines 6, 33, 34 to ‘Diagonal / Bruc’

By metro lines L4 and L5 to underground station ‘Verdaguer’ or L3 to ‘Diagonal’

Please, be aware that Casa de las Punxes remains closed:

Thursday 19.12.2019 - from 14:00

Tuesday 24.12.2019 - from 14:00

Wednesday 25.12.2019 - all the day 

 

Museum of Modernism in Barcelona tickets
from€5.00

Find out more about Catalan Art Nouveau at the Museum of Modernism and have a closer look at its decorative arts. 

Gain deeper insight into the artistic movement, which has given Barcelona’s cityscape its distinctive character. 

Fast Facts 

Skip the Line Tickets 

Get fast track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue. 

Instant Confirmation 

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility

The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility.

 

Overview

Museum dedicated exclusively to Catalan Art Nouveau 

Private collection of sculptures, paintings and furniture by 42 artists of the modernist movement  

Housed in a period building in the modernist Eixample in close vicinity of Passeig de Gràcia and Rambla Catalunya

 

What to Expect

A visit to Barcelona, capital of Catalan Modernism, brings you face to face with its Art Nouveau architecture, ever-present in famous buildings like, Casa Batlló and Casa Milà and closely linked to the movement’s figurehead Gaudí. However, the modernist movement went beyond architecture and assumed responsibility for every minute part of its creations. Gaudí didn’t design only the building of Casa Batlló, but also its doors, ceilings and furniture and accessories such as lamps, planters and curtains. 

The Museum of Modernism picks up on this integral concept of art and puts interior design centre stage. The exhibition displays a collection of 350 sculptures, paintings and pieces of furniture of modernist style, which used to be essential pieces of the decor in emblematic houses like Casa Batlló, Casa Lleó Morera and Casa Fargas. Opened in 2010, the private collection is ideally located in a restored warehouse in Barcelona’s modernist Eixample, where buildings by prestigious architects like Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domenèch i Montaner bear witness to bourgeois life at the beginning of the 20th century and give Catalan identity an artistic form.

Inclusions

Mobile tickets

Skip the line tickets

Additional Information

Opening hours: 

Monday to Friday: from 10h30 to 14h / from 16h to 19h

Saturday: from 10h30 to 14h

Sundays and bank holidays: closed

Closed on January 1 and 6, May 1 and December 25 and 26 

How to get there

By underground L1 and L2 to ‘Universitat’ or L2, L3, L4 to ‘Passeig de Gràcia’

By bus lines 7, 16, 17, 63, 67 and 68 to nearby bus stops

Address: Carrer Balmes 48, 08007 Barcelona

Casa Milà Skip The Line Tickets
from€24.00

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.

Fast Facts 

Mobile Tickets

Get your electronic ticket sent directly to your mobile.

Skip the Line Tickets

Get fast track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue.

Instant Confirmation

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

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.

Accessibility

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.

  

Overview

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.

Inclusions

Mobile tickets

Skip the line tickets

Audio guide

Additional Information

4th November 2019 - 27th February 2020

Monday to Sunday: 9:00 h - 18:30 h (last entrance 18:00)

Christmas schedule

26th December 2019 - 3rd January 2020

Monday to Sunday: 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

28th February 2020 – 1st November 2020

Monday to Sunday 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

Special Schedule:

01st of January 2020: from 11h to 20:30h

Closed: 

25th of December 

From 13th to 19th of January 2020 due to maintenance work 

 

Ticket Casa Mila & Hop on Hop off
from€30.00

Discover the best of Barcelona and save at the same time with our Combo-Ticket. 

Get to all of Barcelona’s major sights by tourist bus, quickly and easily, and go on an audio-guided tour through Casa Milà. Skip the lines to one of Antoni Gaudí’s most famous works of art and experience his modernist style of architecture and exceptional creativity. 

Fast Facts

Hop on & off Bus Service

Choose between three routes with a total of 45 stops to hop on and off during one day. (download the route map)

Skip the Line Tickets

Book online and skip the queues to Casa Milà. 

Museum with Audio Guide

Your tickets to Casa Milà include an audio-guided tour, available in 11 languages e.g. English, French and German

Mobile Tickets

Get your electronic tickets for the bus and the museum sent directly to your mobile.

 

Instant Confirmation

Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility

The bus service is adapted to the needs of tourists with reduced mobility and hearing impairment. The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with visual or hearing impairment.

Overview

Combo-Ticket for Barcelona’s tourist bus and Casa Milà with audio guide

fast-track entrance to modernist Casa Milà, one of Gaudí’s best-known masterpieces of modernist architecture, and entrance to the interpretation centre 'Espai Gaudí'

use of the three lines of the official Tourist Bus with free audio guide for one day

hop on and off at 45 stops close to major tourist attractions 

What to expect

Enjoy your visit to Barcelona and save with a Combo-Ticket that combines a sightseeing tour around the city with your entrance to Casa Milà.

Also known as ‘La Pedrera’ (the quarry), is House Milà one of Barcelona’s cultural icons and a must-see on every visit to Barcelona. With its white, curved façade and unconventional interior is Gaudí’s masterpiece one of the most outstanding examples of Catalan modernist architecture and was declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage in 1984. The audio-guided tour through Casa Milà includes the Gaudí interpretation centre with models, photographs and videos, an audiovisual presentation in the Pedrera Apartments, depicting life in the family residence at the beginning of the 20th century, and of course the building’s spectacular rooftop-terrace.

Hop on Barcelona’s official Tourist Bus and continue your tour around Barcelona to its countless other attractions, like the Sagrada Família, Park Güell and Camp Nou. Enjoy the panoramic views from the open-top deck and get more information about the city and its sights through the on-board tourist guide and audio guide. Use the three lines of the Bus Turístic with only one ticket and get on and off at 45 different stops near the points of your interest.

What’s included?

entrance tickets with skip-the-line advantage to Casa Milà

audio guide in English and ten other languages

one-day ticket for Barcelona Bus Turístic

audio guide (in English and 15 other languages) and headphones onboard the tourist buses 

city map and guide in various languages 

vouchers with a total value of 250€

How does it work?

When you book your Combo-Ticket, please choose a day for your bus ticket and a timeslot for your visit to Casa Milà. We will reserve your ticket within the chosen timeframe, depending on availability, and send you your tickets with the exact time of your entrance immediately. 

The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the building. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want. 

Additional Information

Tourist Bus

daily from 9am to 8pm (7pm in winter) every 5 to 25 minutes

no service on December 25 and January 1

roundtrip about 2h, 40 minutes on the green line

The green line only runs from March to November. 

audio guide available in 16 languages: (e.g. English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Russian, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish, Dutch) 

Free Wi-Fi access

Casa Milà 

Opening times: Monday to Sunday, 9am to 8.30 pm (last entrance at 8.00 pm) 

Recommended visiting times 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and after 4 p.m.

Plan between 1h and 1.5h for your visit.

Audio guides are available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

get there by Barcelona Bus Turístic (red line, stop ‘Passeig de Gràcia’; blue line, stop ‘Pedrera ’)

4th November 2019 - 27th February 2020

Monday to Sunday: 9:00 h - 18:30 h (last entrance 18:00)

Christmas schedule

26th December 2019 - 3rd January 2020

Monday to Sunday: 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

28th February 2020 – 1st November 2020

Monday to Sunday 9:00 h - 20:30 h (last entrance 20:00)

Special Schedule:

01st of January 2020: from 11h to 20:30h

Closed: 

25th of December 

From 13th to 19th of January 2020 due to maintenance work 

Picasso Guided Walking Tour
from€12.00

Let an experienced, licensed local guide take you into the footsteps of Pablo Picasso.
During the Tour, your guide will take you along places such as the famous Els Quatre Gats Café and Carrer Avinyó, where the genius artist lived and worked. The guide will share information about the fascinating life and career of Picasso. In addition, the guide will take you into the Picasso museum in which you can spend additional time at your leisure after the tour.  

The Picasso Guided Tour is offered multiple days a week in different languages. The tours are being offered in small groups, keeping the experience more personal, friendly and fun for both group and guide.

Languages:

English -  Wednesday & Friday

Departures:

From the meeting point in front of Hotel Olivia Plaza at Plaza Catalunya. Please make sure that you arrive on time and to bring your voucher and ID!

(There will be no Picasso tours on January 1st, April 1st, May 1st & 20th, June 24th and December 25th & 26th)

Duration:

1,5 hours (Approx.)

After your booking, you will receive your voucher by email! The entrance ticket for the Picasso Museum is included in the price.

Would you like to book a private tour with your family, group of friends or business relations or would you like to book the Picasso Guided Walking Tour for a group with more than 9 people? Than contact us! The private and customized Picasso Guided Walking Tour includes a private guide and entrance tickets for the Picasso Museum. 

Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art Tickets
from€11.00

Enjoy contemporary art in Barcelona’s MACBA and soak up as much creativity and inspiration as you can.

Stroll through the museum’s permanent collection and visit its diverse temporary exhibitions with a ticket that lets you come back as often as you like.

Fast Facts
Tickets
Tickets are valid for one month from the date of purchase and allow multiple entries to all current exhibitions.

Instant Confirmation
Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility
The museum is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with visual or hearing impairment. It provides magnetic loops, monocles and magnifying glasses as well as booklets with large characters or Braille and tactile reproductions or high-relief images. The museum also provides sensory resources and interactive dynamics for visitors with intellectual disabilities.

Overview

Collection of around 5,000 works from the mid-20th century onward

Access to temporary exhibitions

Ticket valid for one month and multiple entries

What to Expect
Opened in 1995, the museum’s collection focuses on Catalan and Spanish art of the past six decades. Its about 5,000 works of art range from examples of the abstract expressionism of the fifties, through European pop art, and avant-garde to works of art that exemplify the return of photographic figurative representation, and anti-minimalist sculpture in the eighties.

The museum is housed in a building, which itself is a piece of art. Nicknamed ‘The Pearl’ and designed by Richard Meier, its white exterior provides a stunning contrast to the surrounding buildings of the historic Raval quarter. The museum’s glass facade allows plenty of daylight into the building and provides an unobstructed view over the Plaça del Àngels in front of the museum. Across the square, the museum has an additional venue, a 15th-century chapel, where regular performances of video art are programmed.

Take your time and maybe even go on a free, guided tour. Experience the museum with the MACBA app, which combines virtual elements and augmented reality and brings art alive.

Inclusions

Mobile tickets

Ticket valid for one month and multiple entries

Additional Information

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: from 10:00 to 20:00

Saturday from 10:00 to 16:00

Sundays from 10:00 to 15:00

Tuesday closed

Black out dates: June 1, December 25 and 26, June 24, August 15, September 11, October 12, November 1, December 6, 8, 24 and 31

Last tickets are sold 30 minutes before closing time.

How to get there

By bus lines 7, 9, 13, 14, 16, 17, 20, 24, 37, 41, 42, 50, 54, 55, 58, 59, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 91, 120, 121, 141, H12 and Aerobús to nearby bus stops

By metro lines L1 and L2 to underground station ‘Universitat’ or L3 to ‘Catalunya’ or ‘Liceu’

IMPORTANT: VOUCHERS ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO BE SHOWN ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE

 

Top Attractions in Barcelona : The Best Sellers

sells out fast
Barcelona City Pass
from €80.00
Skip the line and save 10% discount

The City Pass includes fast track entrance to the Sagrada Família and Park Güell, as well as a 10% discount on many more museums and activities. It also takes care of your airport transfer and transportation in the city centre with the service of a Hop on and off tour.

sells out fast
Skip the line ticket Sagrada Familia Barcelona
from €20.00
Skip the line ticket to visit the Sagrada Familia

To avoid the unavoidable queues for this emblematic monument of the Catalan capital, we advise you to purchase in advance your tickets to La Sagrada Familia.

best seller
Visit Camp Nou Ticket - Barcelona
from €26.00
Visit FC Barcelona Stadium & Museum

Camp Nou Tour ! From the locker rooms to the football field discover the Camp Nou stadium and its Museum by yourself with a simple ticket or with a true local guide, fan of the Barça! You will see absolutely all the facilities and feel the atmosphere of this mythical stadium before visiting the Shop of the Club!

best seller
Skip the line ticket Park Güell Barcelona
from €10.00
Visit of the Gaudi Park Güell in Barcelona

Discover the Parc Güell in the best conditions by booking your ticket in advance. Antoni Gaudí was a visionary architect who wanted to combine the city and nature to make life more pleasant. This garden city is not only a modernist work, it is an example of urban construction that is still relevant today. 

best seller
Casa Batlló Tickets
from €25.00
Best tickets to visit Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece

Casa Batlló is one the most original and dreamlike of the achievements of the architect Antoni Gaudí. Polychrome facade decorated with ceramic and glass, undulating roof representing a mythical dragon. Discover the fundamental work of Catalan modernism and best tickets and prices to visit it!

Casa Milla Tickets
from €24.00
Visit by night and day

After the Sagrada Familia, La Casa Milà or "la Pedrera" as it is often called, is probably Gaudi's second most popular building in the city. 

best seller
Hop on Hop off - Barcelona
from €28.00
One single ticket, 3 routes and 45 stops!

Discover city sightseeing at your own pace with our selection of Hop On Hop Off bus tour tickets. An extraordinary and economic way to make a first connection with main tourist attractions

Picasso Museum Skip the line Tickets
from €12.00
Don't queue with this bestseller!

Avoid the crowd with fast track tickets and access to one of the worldwide most visited art museums. More than 4200 artworks by Pablo Picasso + temporary exhibitions.