Plan Your Visit

Casa Mila Opening hours

From March 1 to November 4

— Monday to Sunday: 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM
— Night tour: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM

From November 5 to February 28

— Monday to Sunday: 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM
— Night tour: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Christmas Schedule - December 26 to January 3

— Monday to Sunday: 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM
— Night tour: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM

On January 1

— From 11 AM to 8:30 PM

Closed On

— 25th December 2018
— 7th to 13th January 2019

What is the best time to visit Casa Mila?

While it is easier to opt for daytime tours, it is advisable to plan your visit as early as possible, so as to avoid the crowd swarming at Casa Mila. An ideal daytime tour will take you through several restricted sections of the house in an intimate group of 15 people only. Since this tour is considered to be one of the most demanded tours in Southern Europe, make sure you arrive at the venue between 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM. In case you can’t arrive between this time slot, the next best slot would be 4:00 PM in the evening.

Guided tour vs Self Guided tour visit?

More often than not, a guided or self-guided tour depends on the kind of experience you expect during the tour. While a self-guided tour allows you to explore the attraction at your own pace, a guided tour takes you through the intricacies and important details that one is likely to overlook. A guided tour is more elaborate and should only be preferred if there is no shortage of time. On the other hand, a self-guided tour is better preferred if you are bound by time restrictions and wish to explore only certain elements. A self-guided tour also gives you the option of an audio guide, available in one too many languages. Guided tours on the other hand, gives you the company of a skilled tour guide who will take you through the history of Casa Mila in an orderly fashion and enlighten you with all that you should know about the fascinating structure. Be sure to choose according to the kind of experience you prefer.

Getting to Casa Mila

By Bus

While travelling to Casa Mila, you can either opt for a public bus (7, 22, 24, V15) that will drop you at Passeig de Gràcia or Avinguda Diagonal bus station. You can also choose to board an economical Hop on Hop Off bus that drops you at the ‘La Pedrera’ stop, which is just 5 steps away from Casa Mila.

By Car

Those traveling by car can find several parking lots near the vicinity of Casa Mila. SABA Pau Claris Car Park is a 1-minute walk from the attraction, and 1 minute walk from Passeig de Gràcia as well.

By Metro

The metro lines most accessible to La Pedrera (Casa Mila) are the Blue Line (L5) and the Green Line (L3).


Reduced mobility

Casa Mila is kindly sensitive towards the disabled and is equipped for the visually impaired, hearing impaired and those with reduced mobility. There are various tactile surfaces available for visually impaired. For those with hearing disabilities, Casa Mila has its audio guides translated into texts in ten different languages. Apart from this, there are also wheelchairs of different sizes available within Casa Mila.


There are no facilities to store luggage inside of Casa Mila, however, there are many independent storage facilities available across Barcelona.


There are several pay and park options available around Casa Mila. Some of these include SABA Pau Claris, NN Valencia II, NN Bruc, NN Concept, and Parking Windsor. All of these parking lots lie at a distance of 100 to 700 meters away from Casa Mila.

Visitor facilities

  • Clean washrooms are available inside Casa Mila, suitable for general as well as disabled patrons with facilities such as ramps and lifts functional at all times.

  • There is also a souvenir shop (Les Botigues de La Pedrera) located within the premises of Casa Mila. Visitors can shop for collectibles, knick-knacks, art pieces, jewellery, books and several other mementos by Gaudi.

  • Visitors can also gorge on sumptuous meal at Cafe de La Pedrera, located in the mezzanine floor of Casa Mila.