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One of Antoni Gaudí’s most ambitious works, La Pedrera is a fascinating reference point for culture in Barcelona. HIGHLIGHTS:

* Exciting exhibitions to discover

* One of the most famous buildings from the Modernista or Catalan Art Nouveau period

* Get to know the work of Gaudí in detail

Casa Milà, popularly known as ‘La Pedrera’, is a most unusual building, constructed between 1906 and 1912 by the architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) and declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1984. Today it is the headquarters of Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera and houses a cultural centre that is a reference point in Barcelona for the range of activities it organises and the different spaces for exhibitions and other public uses it contains. La Pedrera today is a beacon shining with creation and knowledge, a great container full of content, which has a crucial role to play in the transformation of society and commitment to the people. La Pedrera is probably one of the most famous buildings of the Modernista or Catalan Art Nouveau period and one of the architect Antoni Gaudí’s most ambitious works. It is a container that is a work of art in itself. As a cultural centre, La Pedrera hosts outstanding art exhibitions and debates that connect with present and future lines of thought. A learning space La Pedrera is a place where knowledge and learning are the keys to the construction of a rich, dynamic future society. La Pedrera offers accessible resources and services in its spaces and amenities. Please print the voucher in order to exchange it for your ticket at the venue. Casa Milà, popularly known as ‘La Pedrera’, is a most unusual building, constructed between 1906 and 1912 by the architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) and declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1984. Today it is the headquarters of Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera and houses a cultural centre that is a reference point in Barcelona for the range of activities it organises and the different spaces for exhibitions and other public uses it contains. Start/opening time:February 27th to November 1st 2017: From 9am to 8:30pm (last admission at 8pm). November 2nd to January 4th 2017: From 9am to 6:30pm (last admission at 6pm). December 26th 2016 to January 4th 2017 (both included): From 9am to 8:30pm (last admission at 8pm). January 1st: Special hour: From 11am to 8:30pm (last admission at 8pm). Closing week 2017: From day 9 to day 15 of January.Languages: Audio guide available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and Russian.