A visit to Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera, a building that is a reference point in world architecture, allows you to understand and gain a deep knowledge of the work of Antoni Gaudí and, in particular, his last civil work, La Pedrera.
The visit covers different museum areas: the Espai Gaudí and the Pedrera Apartment – which, together with the Provença and Passeig de Gràcia Courtyard, the Exhibition Room and the Roof-Terrace, make up the tour of the building. The Espai Gaudí, in the attic, offers a broad view of his work, showing the most basic traits of his clearly visual and empirical way of understanding architecture through models, audiovisuals and objects. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. The Pedrera Apartment recreates the home and life of a Barcelona bourgeois family of the first third of the twentieth century. It is also possible to visit the former residence of the Milà family, which houses the Temporary Exhibition Room, as long as there is an exhibition.
A total of 4,500 m2 can be visited, spread over five floors. The only areas that cannot be visited are the private homes and offices that remain in the building.
La Pedrera (Casa Milá), Provença, 261-265, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
Daily at 9.00am
Every day from 9.00am to 8.30pm (last admission at 8.00 pm)
Every day from 9.00am to 6.30 pm (last admission at 6.00pm)
Visita a no es pot perdre!
Ell va arribar i entrar sense cues.
Molt malament haver de imprimir el val a la pedrera en un escriba ser viatgers algú té impressora amb la mà i també per a l'entorn del segle XXI