- Book entrance upfront!
- Casa Batllo Tickets
- UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Children until 6 years for free
- Skip the line
- Easy online booking!
Barcelona is full of art and culture, the famous architect Gaudí has many of his masterpieces all over town. Take a stroll down Passeig de Gracia and admire some of his finest work, one of them being Casa Batllo. Tickets for this popular attraction sell out fast and the lines can be long. Buy your entrance now and avoid queueing up for hours!
Get your Casa Batlló Tickets upfront!
This colorful house from the 19th century renovated in the well-known modernist style, is one of many masterpieces of Gaudí in Barcelona. The interior of the house is just as exceptional as the exterior of the building. It has become a famous landmark in Barcelona and is open to the public. In 2004 it has been awarded the 2004 Europa Nostra Award for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage and was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. Undoubtedly worth a visit!
With the aim of capturing limitless genius of Gaudi and decoding the architect’s language, Casa Batlló has opted to make use of new technologies in a big way: have included completely new content that combines augmented reality and virtual elements to offer a much more dynamic, captivating and surprising cultural visit concept.
In this way, visitors can discover, simply and intuitively, how the Batlló family would have lived in the Barcelona of the day, they can explore the furniture that would have been used in the Noble Floor at that time and they can let themselves be carried away by the animations relating to the natural and organic shapes that allude to the various brilliant aesthetic and functional features of the building.
We offer you a video guide to explain the distinctive features and elements.
The Video guide is currently available in eleven languages: English, Spanish, French, Catalan, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese and Korean.
Passeig de Gràcia, 43
Monday – Sunday from 9 a.m to 9 p.m (Last entrance at 8 p.m.)