Casa Batlló is a highly-visited building, which is why we recommend buying your ticket via our website. That way, you will ensure you can enter on the day and at the time you wish.
Yes, buying tickets at our ticket offices is more expensive due to handling fees. The cheapest option is to purchase tickets via our website.
No, the Open Date ticket allows you to visit Casa Batlló on any day at any time within the established schedule. The Fast Pass is an extra service that is paid for separately and provides entry without having to queue up.
You must show some document that proves that you are a resident, whether it is your National ID card (DNI), resident's permit card (NIE) or your residency registration certificate (empadronamiento). If your ID does not indicate an address in the Catalonia you should also bring some other supporting document.
You must present a valid student card that is not out of date.
These tickets can only be purchased in our ticket office, presenting an official document that certifies the degree of disability.
Before the visit
Casa Batlló is in the centre of Barcelona. You will find further details in the Useful Information section.
It is not necessary, we can validate your entry ticket if you show it to us on your mobile phone or tablet computer.
The visit does not have a fixed duration. However, the Smart Guide recording lasts approximately 45 minutes.
The Casa Batlló Smart Guide is a mobile device which is easy to use and intended for all ages. It is given to every visitor before beginning the visit and it allows you to learn about the spaces of Casa Batlló through Augmented Reality.
No, you do not have to download anything, since the Smart Guide is a device provided by Casa Batlló.
Yes, under the supervision of their owners and with the approval of Casa Batlló staff.
Casa Batlló is a private institution that does not take part in any open-door day. The price of the entry tickets is allocated to managing and maintaining this World Heritage site.
During the visit
Currently we do not have guides; for this reason, the visit to Casa Batlló is conducted with a Smart Guide, which is included in the entrance price and available in eleven languages.
Yes, provided they are for personal use and without a tripod. For other uses, please write to us via our professional area.
No, but we have a luggage space for leaving prams and suitcases.
Yes, Casa Batlló has a wheelchair adapted to the dimensions of the lift.
Yes, but with priority usage for people with reduced mobility and/or pregnant women.
We have an adapted wheelchair and our lift currently reaches the Attic, hence all floors are accessible except for the Rooftop, which is accessed via a small flight of stairs.
After the visit
Yes, the visit is done with our SmartGuide, an augmented reality video guide available in 11 languages (Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese and Korean).
Starting from 20.
Group visits include a free pass for every 20 people, but there are no specific free entries for teachers.
No, there is only one entrance door to Casa Batlló.
It is not necessary to arrive in advance, but we ask you to respect the assigned schedule in order to not lose your entry priority.
Currently not, but we are working on new types of visits.
Contact us and we will refund your visit with no charge.