La Pedrera is a must if you visit Barcelona. This beautiful building not only offers great and surprising architecture, but it also hosts art exhibits. Come to La Pedrera!

Interested in the most avant-garde art of the 20th century? This week we have a plan for you: a futurist exhibition in one of the best modernist buildings in the world.

An exhibition of the modernist artist Fortunato Depero opens today at La Pedrera, Gaudí’s emblematic work. Do not miss it!

About La Pedrera

Casa Milà, commonly known as La Pedrera, was built by the architect Antoni Gaudí between 1906 and 1910 and it is one of the most famous modernist buildings in Barcelona. In 1984 Unesco declared it a World Heritage Site.

La Pedrera was constructed right in Passeig de Gràcia commissioned by Pere Milà, and with many setbacks during the job (delays, legal issues, disagreements between Gaudí and Mr. Milà…). Even so, it is one of the most relevant works of Catalan modernism due to the innovations it proposed, both in architectural and artistic levels.

It is without a doubt one of the best works by the famous Catalan architect and a must-see if your are sightseeing Barcelona. And, above all, keep your eyes wide open and do not miss any detail of its beautiful decoration and winding structure.

How to get there

Metro L3 y L5: Diagonal
FGC: Provença
RENFE: Passeig de Gràcia

Timetable

From 4th November until 28th February: Monday-Sunday, 9.00am – 18.30pm
From 1st March until 3rd November: Monday-Sunday, 9.00am – 20.00pm
Closed: 25th December and from 13th to 19th January

Address

Provença 261-265
08008 Barcelona
Tel. 902 202 138

Now you know everything you need to take into account to visit Barcelona’s most surprising building: La Pedrera!