Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera, is the last residential building designed by the great architect Antoni Gaudí. Built between 1906 and 1912, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the finest examples of Gaudí's legacy. It has also been hailed as one of the most important buildings of the 20th century.
With this ticket you skip the long lines outside and have more time to explore this popular building. You will see four of the building's most significant areas: the rooftop, the attic, the apartments, and the courtyards. The rooftop showcases Gaudí’s groundbreaking architecture. From here you can gaze upon the exterior stairwells and the fantastically-shaped chimneys- plus you have a 360º view over the city.
The attic in Casa Milà houses the only exhibition dedicated to Gaudí's life and works. It showcases the architect's creations through models, plans, photographs, videos, and much more.
The apartments at Casa Milà, with decorative elements designed by Gaudí, are a re-creation of early-20th-century bourgeois family apartments. Filled with furniture and household equipment from that time, they provide insight into life in the in the 1900s.
The courtyards also showcase Gaudí's innovativeness. Looking at the courtyards, it's plain to see how strongly nature factored into Gaudí's inspiration.