La Pedrera Barcelona Tickets

La Pedrera Barcelona tickets allow access to one of Spain’s cultural treasures. La Pedrera, also called Casa Mila, is located in the heart of Barcelona. The building, designed by Antoni Gaudi, a noted architect who is also responsible for La Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo, was completed in 1912. Its nickname means “The Quarry,” in English, and the uniquely designed building quickly became a landmark of Catalan architecture and a symbol of Barcelona.

The undulating stone, wrought iron, and other unique architectural features were quite different than anything Barcelona had seen before. Of course there were detractors, but La Pedrera has stood the test of time, with visiting the structure becoming one of the most popular things to do in Barcelona. Today, it’s watched over by Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera, which takes care of the upkeep as well as overseeing the Casa Mila tickets and other visitor services.

If you just want to admire the architectural wonder from the outside, tickets are not needed. Several of the apartments are private residences, so you would not be able to visit anyway. But the foundation has opened some spectacular spaces for visitors to see. If you like to plan ahead, you can purchase Casa Mila tickets online. They’re also available on-site, as well.

For one small price, currently 20,50 Euros for adults and 16,50 Euros for students and the disabled. Children aged 7-12 are 10,25 Euros and children 6 and under are free. La Pedrera Barcelona tickets allow access to the rooftop terrace, the Gaudi museum space and the Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera period apartment.



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