With your ticket for the Casa Mila (La Pedrera) Night Visit you’ll be all set to discover the wonders of the Casa Mila after the sun has gone down. Your visit ends on a high-note with a fabulous final audio-visual show on the rooftop-terrace known as the “Roof of Warriors”.
When you set out to explore the Casa Mila (La Pedrera), you will be entering into the magical world of Antoni Gaudí and will discover how the artist-architect was deeply inspired by nature to bring to fruition this architectural wonder!
The Casa Mila, popularly known as La Pedrera (the stone quarry) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the celebrated architect's final project. This masterpiece inspired by nature is a unique building that displays Gaudi's unlimited imagination.
La Pedrera is also the only Gaudí interpretation centre in Barcelona and is an essential stop-off if you want to learn about the architect’s extensive legacy and his sources of inspiration. Let yourself be amazed by this unique place with a total surface area of 4,500 square metres divided across five floors.
Accompanied by your guide, you will visit the Flower Courtyard and the Butterfly Courtyard, the Whale Attic (with its Gaudí exhibition) and finally the roof-terrace known as the Roof of Warrior.
Throughout the tour you will be treated to several screenings as well as a final and fascinating audio-visual video-mapping show on Casa Mila’s exceptional rooftop terrace where the unique architecture of this space is used to trace back in time the origins of life. Casa Mila’s unique visual spectacles have multiple screenings, notably in the stairwells, with special lighting and soundtrack. To close the evening, a refreshing glass of cava with sweets will be served in the Butterfly Courtyard (rue Provença).
Experience a uniquely immersive and surprising show at Casa Mila, one of Barcelona's most emblematic buildings.
The tour is wheelchair accessible except for the final rooftop show.
Wait for your final ticket and then go straight to the Casa Mila
Children 6 and under get in free and there’s a reduced-price ticket for children between the ages of 7 and 12.
Please note that this is a semi-guided tour. On each level of the Casa Milà a guide will give you an introduction in English, Spanish, or Chinese before the projection starts.
The building has partial wheelchair access.
The visit takes place from 9pm to 11pm.
All ticket sales are definitive and unfortunately no refunds can be given.
English Spanish & Chinese Spoken