Everyone is welcome at Casa Milà. The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation addresses the diversity of abilities and needs of its visiting public and offers a variety of programs and services to ensure that La Pedrera is accessible.
In this section, we provide you with basic and accessible information about how to get to La Pedrera, its opening hours, and the rates for daytime visits.
You will also find detailed information about the resources and services offered by La Pedrera in relation to physical, sensory, and cognitive accessibility according to the needs of each individual or group.
How to get to La Pedrera:
La Pedrera is located at Passeig de Gràcia number 92, at the corner of Provença Street.
From Plaça Catalunya, it is just one metro stop away. By car, it takes 8 minutes, and walking takes 15 minutes.
To get to La Pedrera from anywhere, there are various public transport options detailed below:
La Pedrera Opening Hours:
La Pedrera is currently open from Monday to Sunday, including holidays, starting at 9 am.
The closing time varies depending on the season, whether it's summer or winter.
Winter Hours: November 2, 2023 - March 3, 2024
Monday to Sunday, including holidays: 9.00 am - 6.30 pm
Night visit sessions: 7.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Summer Hours: March 4, 2024 - November 1, 2024
Monday to Sunday, including holidays: 9.00 am - 8.30 pm
Night visit sessions: 9.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Closed: December 25 and from January 15 to 21, 2024, for maintenance tasks.
Accessible Rates for Visiting La Pedrera:
The entrance fee to La Pedrera during the day is 28€ if purchased through the website.
Accessibility for people with physical disabilities
People with disabilities can enter the building without queues through the main entrance on Passeig de Gràcia.
For those with disabilities who wish to visit La Pedrera but find it difficult to plan a specific day and time, there is no problem; they can come on the day and at the time they choose and inform our public attention staff upon arriving at La Pedrera. They will be given priority access to purchase tickets without queues and to enter the building without waiting, through the main entrance on Passeig de Gràcia.
In terms of physical accessibility at La Pedrera, the following are available:
- Priority access – through Passeig de Gràcia, 62-
- Adapted restrooms
- Wheelchair loan service
- Tactile spaces
- Assistance dogs have access to all visitable spaces
Below you can find everything you need to know about our range of services and accessibility resources to visit La Pedrera without barriers:
The visit to La Pedrera includes elevators and ramps that connect the various floors. It is partially accessible for people with reduced mobility and those in wheelchairs. The courtyards, the Apartment of La Pedrera, and the Gaudí space (located in the Attics), can be visited without any problems. The Roof Terrace is a space with many uneven levels and although it is accessible thanks to an elevator and a platform at the exit, it does not allow wheelchair circulation. Despite this, the platform offers a general view of the roof terrace.
The building's features and morphology make it advisable for blind or visually impaired people to visit with accompaniment.
When using the adapted elevators, wheelchair users are guided by La Pedrera's visitor service staff.
A wheelchair loan service is available to facilitate the visit for people with reduced mobility. This service is subject to availability and can be reserved in advance at:
The exhibition hall is accessible by elevator from the entrance, through the courtyard on Passeig de Gràcia.
For temporary exhibitions, an accessibility resource is available to assist people with reduced mobility: portable seats. This support for exhibition visits can be requested on loan, free of charge, from the public attention staff at the exhibition hall.
The Laie bookstore can be accessed internally via a ramp. The Auditorium and Gaudí Room are also accessible by elevator.
There are adapted restrooms on the ground floor, in the Apartment of La Pedrera (fourth floor), in the Exhibition Hall (main floor), in the Auditorium, and in the Gaudí Room.
Accessibility for people with impaired vision or hearing
The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation ensures access to cultural content on equal terms for its visitors. For this reason, La Pedrera offers a series of sensory resources aimed at facilitating the understanding of content and integrating audiences with sensory needs.
Sensory resources are continuously updated and introduced both in the building and in the exhibition experiences.
Accessible visits to the building:
• Video guides: Various formats of video guides are offered in different languages, considering the diversity of needs and types of audiences. They can be requested free of charge at the video guide desk, located in the corridor before the elevators. Oral deaf people have access to subtitled content, and sign language users have access to Catalan Sign Language (LSC) and Spanish Sign Language (LSE) content.
• Guided tours: Deaf signers can take a guided tour of the building with a sign language interpreter (LSC and LSE). Likewise, for groups of blind or visually impaired people, a guided tour with a specific itinerary is also offered. Inquiries and availability at: email@example.com. Tel. 93 214 25 76.
Tactile spaces include:
• A general model of the building with architectural and sculptural details, both interior and exterior, located at the start of the visit in the corridor between the two courtyards.
• Tactile floor plans for each floor of the visit, indicating the visitor route. These three-dimensional plans are labeled in three languages in ink, relief, and braille. They are located on the ground floor, on the Roof Terrace, in the Attic (Espai Gaudí), and on the fourth floor (the Apartment of La Pedrera).
Accessible visits to temporary exhibitions:
In the temporary exhibition hall, the following are offered:
• Portable induction loop system for hearing aid users with T position. This can be requested at the temporary exhibition desk.
• Easy Reading hand programs for people with cognitive difficulties.
• QR codes with auditory routes, locutions, and essential texts to access the visit information.
• Guided tours with descriptive itinerary and tactile resources for blind or visually impaired people.
• Guided tours in sign language and lip reading for deaf signers and oralists. Inquiries and availability:
Activities in the Auditorium and Gaudí Room offer:
• Individual magnetic neck loops that can be requested from the room staff.
• Sign language interpreter service -check activities-.
Accessibility for people with learning disabilities
A significant portion of the resources and services of the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation are allocated to improving the quality of life of elderly individuals suffering from cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer's disease or other dementias through its dignified aging program.
La Pedrera addresses the support for understanding needs of people with cognitive impairment.
Accessible visits to the exhibitions:
Since 2015, the temporary exhibitions at La Pedrera have offered cognitive stimulation visits and activities for groups with the aim of fostering memory stimulation before, during, and after the visit. With the collaboration of psychologists and neuropsychologists specialized in dementias and familiar with the groups and their needs, cognitive stimulation materials are created. These materials include selected artworks that are likely to be more engaging to work on language, orientation, attention, and reminiscence, among other cognitive processes.
These resources, specifically created for participants of the Foundation's Memory Enhancement program, are also made available to other entities visiting La Pedrera's exhibitions that have socialization programs to facilitate inclusion and the creative use of leisure time, such as:
- Associations of relatives of people with Alzheimer's.
- Foundations specializing in cognitive impairment.
- Day centers and residences.
For more information about cognitive accessibility visits to temporary exhibitions, you can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided tours for people with Alzheimer's in the building:
• La Pedrera of Memory: Adapted guided tours are offered for groups of people with Alzheimer's and other dementias. It is aimed at entities and collectives that serve people with mild and moderate cognitive impairment. Cognitive stimulation materials are provided both to prepare for the visit and to work on after the visit.
Maximum 8 people per group and 2 companions.
Duration of the visit: 1 hour 30 minutes.
• Video guides in Easy Reading: Individuals wishing to visit on their own can use an adapted version in Catalan and Spanish. They can be requested free of charge at the video guide desk located in the corridor, before the elevators, to start the visit.