With the Casa Batlló Fast Pass you avoid the queues to visit this splendid UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll be able to go straight in and begin an authentic early-twentieth-century adventure with the immersive augmented reality experience of our SmartGuide (included in your ticket price).

You’ll see the vastness of Gaudí’s imagination manifested in every nook and cranny of the Casa Batlló and, thanks to the SmartGuide, you’ll be able to explore both the period furniture and decoration and the animations of the organic and natural forms that represent the strokes of functional genius found all over the house. A whole world waiting for you to discover!

  • UNESCO WORLD

    HERITAGE SITE

  • travellers' choice

    2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016

  • top museum

    in barcelona

  • FreeWifi
  • accesibility

This tour includes…

We give you all the details!

  • FAST PASS

    Avoid the queues and don't waste in time
  • FULL TOUR

    Tour the whole house from the main floor to the rooftop
  • SmartGuide

    Discover Gaudí’s imagination through augmented reality!
  • FREE WI-FI

    Make the most of the Wi-Fi, available throughout the building, and share your photos!

Prices and discounts

No intermediaries, the best price guaranteed

  • 28,5 €
  • 25,5 €
  • 25,5 €
  • Free
  • 20 €
  • 25,5 €

Prepare your visit

All you need to know about Casa Batlló

  • OPEN TIMES

    Open 365 days a year, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • DURATION

    Duration of one hour approx.
  • HOW TO GET THERE

    Come to Paseo de Gracia, 43, by metro, bus, taxi, etc.
  • PRICES

    Take advantage of our open date fast-pass, student discount... Buy your tickets online!

Don’t miss the Casa Batlló interior

You’ll fall in love with the interior of Gaudí’s jewel

ENTRANCE HALL

The Batlló family’s splendid private entrance hallway, accessed through a large door opening out onto the main communal hall. With a hallway that evokes the undersea grottos of Captain Nemo and a series of skylights that look like turtle shells, sinuously vaulted walls and a spectacular staircase, its fine carved hardwood bannister, representative of the coiled backbone of some vast beast.

NOBLE FLOOR

On this floor we find Mr. Batlló’s former study, with its romantic fireplace, in its day a perfect spot for courting couples. Moreover, the salon, with its three interconnected spaces and large windows, providing panoramic views of Passeig de Gràcia and allowing the light to flood in, and its undulating ceiling, alluding to the power of the sea.

MODERNIST COURTYARD

From the Batlló family’s dining room, on the interior of the Noble Floor, there is access to an exclusive rear patio, of 230 m2. This space, with its memorable paving, laid out around the main ornamental element of a large planter, decorated with circular tiles and glass trencadís in different ranges of greens, blues and reds.

ATTIC

This is a service area for the tenants of those flats that had washtubs and storage rooms, characterised by simplicity of form, the redolent Mediterranean inspiration of the colour white and the omnipresent light. There is an outstanding succession of 60 catenary arches, reminiscent of an animal’s ribcage, perhaps of the dragon whose backbone arches over the roof terrace.

TERRACE

A space that Gaudí provided with its own personality, the dragon’s back, characterising the façade. Gaudí represents this mythical animal’s spine with tiles in a range of colours and the trencadís technique. The terrace is also adorned with four sets of sinuously formed and polychromatic chimneys, reminiscent of bunches of mushrooms, and designed to prevent the smoke blowing back down the chimney.

Your opinions about Casa Batlló

Visit Casa Batlló and share your opinion

  • Majaintulips

    “Fantastic!”

    Got online tickets so gladly skipped a line. I also got an audio tour, this way you learn about lots of trivias and facts of this house. Lovely place, gives you a glimpse into Gaudi's way of thinking and working.

    Gina L

    “Genius”

    Gaudi was a man of superpower! My mouth dropped at the details and purposeful designs incorporated in this building. I'm sure I am one of the few people who will say that...I love Casa Batllo more than La Sagrada Familia.

  • Mayra A

    “Very beautiful!!!”

    If you like Gaudi`s work you should visit this place. I think modernism architeture is very interesting. I enjoyed this place very much.

    Mike D

    “Amazing”

    Absolutely unique, a Gaudi masterpiece well worth a visit after a visit to Sagrada Familia another Gaudi masterpiece

  • 3511nc

    “Stunning place!”

    Take your time (a few hours) to visit this stunning place. The more you look around you, the more you see and the more impressed you are. Don't forget to take the audio-tour with you, the additional info is certainly worth while.

    theadrienne

    “Unique Architecture”

    This is another house by the architect Gaudi and well worth a visit. The house is unique and interesting and I could only imagine the lucky family that got to live here. I am sure they had some amazing parties in the unbelievable living room with the big windows. The stairwell has beautiful tile work in varying shades of blue.

  • helen s

    “The best of the houses we visited”

    We also did La Pedrera and if we had to choose to only do one it would be Casa Batllo. La Pedrera was very interesting as well but not as stunning as Casa Battlo. A beautiful place and not to be missed

    HFB3

    “Wonderful”

    We enjoyed a guided tour. It really brought to life the architecture. This is one of the landmarks of Barcelona and is a well preserved Gaudi building.

  • CathyF252

    “Architecture/Art at it's best”

    Nothing like this place. A residence designed by Gaudi all the way down to the furniture. Do a guided tour so you don't miss a detail of this wonderful place!

    Patricia T

    “The most beautiful of Gaudi's work”

    I know other houses and buildings get more attention, but this small house is just so Idilic and gorgeous I was breathless. The staff is well prepared, gracious and really attentious! I recommend (like any other activity in Barcelona) you book your tickets online in advance.