- OutdoorsFamily-friendlyCultural & historical sites
- Skip the general ticket line
What you'll do
Get your modernist architecture fix at this striking building.
Visit La Pedrera with Go City®
- With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
- Enjoy admission to this UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Get sweeping views of the city from the roof terrace and see Gaudí-designed furniture up close.
- Free kids audio guide available in 11 languages.
See one of Gaudí’s architectural masterpieces up close with a trip to La Pedrera.
This striking building was built between 1906 and 1912 and is noted for its unique shape and façade. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and cultural center, as well as a symbol of Catalan Modernisme, the Catalan Art Nouveau period.
There’s so much to see inside and out of this fascinating building. It’s known for its unique façade of undulating limestone which resulted in the ‘stone quarry’ moniker. See the large windows and intricate wrought-iron balconies, then head up to the roof terrace - one of the most spectacular parts of this building. You’ll see the imposing chimneys which are reminiscent of twisted, standing soldiers, along with six stepping skylights.
Due to the building’s conceptual design, Gaudí created furniture, especially for Casa Milá. You’ll see the modernist style up close, fitting perfectly into the curves and waves of the walls and rooms that Gaudi designed.
Your ticket to La Pedrera also includes a free kid's audio guide to make exploring the building fun and exciting for little ones. The unique and innovative commentary will introduce boys and girls to the world of architecture and is available in Catalan, Spanish, English, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Japanese, and Korean.
La Pedrera highlights
Roof terrace – nicknamed ‘garden of warriors’, this terrace will give an incredible view of the city.
Chimneys – there are 28 unique chimneys on the roof, their design reminiscent of twisted, standing soldiers.
Loft – see this space replete with catenary arches.
Furniture – designed by Gaudí specifically for the building.
La Pedrera facts
- It was given the moniker La Pedrera (the stone quarry) because of its rough outer appearance, reminiscent of an open quarry.
- La Pedrera earned a place on the World Heritage Site list in 1984.
- La Pedrera was designed to be a spiritual symbol of the Catholic religion, with an excerpt from the Rosary prayer on the cornice and planned statues of Mary, specifically Our – Lady of the Rosary, and two archangels, St. Michael and St. Gabriel.
- The roof terrace is decorated in a mosaic of marble and broken Valencian tiles, as well as broken glass from champagne bottles.
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Know before you go
Getting In: present your pass on arrival.
For more information visit the La Pedrera website.
Where you'll be
Provença, 261-265, null, Barcelona, ES
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