thirteen things to keep in mind when Visiting CASA MILA
The duration of a Casa Mila tour depends on your pace and the type of ticket you purchase. Generally, exploring the entire building, including the rooftop terrace, takes one to two hours.
The best time to visit Casa Mila is from 9 am to 10 am, when it is the least crowded. The next best time to visit Casa Mila is 4 pm.
The 2-hour tour starts at 8.30 pm. From March to 3 November, the night tour starts at 9 pm and ends at 11 pm, and from 4 November to February end, the show begins at 7 pm and ends at 11 pm.
Use the audio guide to understand the history and architecture of Casa Mila. The audio guides are available in different languages. Ask them free of charge at the audio guide desk.
The Casa Mila tour involves a lot of walking and stairs, so it is recommended to wear comfortable shoes for a better experience.
Casa Mila has unique architecture, amazing colors, shapes, and stunning views from the rooftop terrace. Remember to bring a camera to capture the beauty of Gaudi's masterpiece.
Booking Casa Mila tickets online in advance can save time and money by skipping the long lines at the ticket counter and avoiding management fees to maintain a ticketing counter at the venue.
Casa Mila daytime ticket, also known as the Essentials ticket, is the most popular and cheapest way to explore this Gaudi masterpiece.
It is a 90-minute semi-guided tour focussing on the origins of life and the essence of Gaudí’s architectural style.
La Pedrera’s premium ticket comes with an open date; visit anytime and on any date within six months after the date of purchase.
See areas usually restricted from public view with this guided tour, including the old basement car park, rear facade, and first-floor corridor.