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Casa Batllo 10 D tickets

10 D Experience Tickets

  • Choose between General Entry and FastPass Entry options.
  • An intelligent audio guide available in 15 languages will allow you to explore Casa Batlló at your own pace.
  • Tour the Gaudí Dome, featuring 1,000 screens, and enjoy a deep dive into the mind of the genius, Gaudi. 
  • See the Gaudí Cube by the artist Refik Anadol, the first and only LED cube in the world.

Discounted tickets:

  • Free for children up to 12 years old (accompanied by an adult)
  • Between 13 and 17 years old €19
  • Student card €29
  • From 65 years old €32
  • Disability (Card certifying the degree of disability) €29

Cancelation Policy: Cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled.

Validity: The ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.

Casa Batllo Barcelona Pass Tickets

The Barcelona Pass

  • Choose between a two-day, three-day, and five-day pass. 
  • Make the most out of your visit to Barcelona by visiting over 30 popular attractions, including the Casa Batlló, with just one pass.
  • The pass also comes with a comprehensive digital guide to the city as well as a map to help you find your way around the city.

Discounted tickets: Children aged 3-12 enjoy reduced ticket pricing. Carry a valid photo ID.

Cancelation Policy: The pass can be canceled anytime, as long as it has not been activated.

Validity: Your pass is valid for up to 2 years. The pass is activated when used at the first attraction, after which it is valid for the days specified by your choice of pass.

The 10 D Experience

Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site in an entirely new way. The 10 D Experience allows you to fully immerse yourself into the mind of Gaudí. Experience this magical house come to life.

Casa Batllo 10 D Tickets

Gaudi Dome

The Gaudí Dome, with over 1,000 LED screens, allows you to relive the moment when he first discovered nature.

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Gaudi Cube

A unique six-sided LED cube designed by the artist Refik Anadol, the Gaudi Cube will bring Gaudi's magic to life.

Casa Batlo Audioguide

Intelligent Audioguide

The audioguide, created using augmented reality, and machine learning, allows you to experience the story about the house as you explore it.

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2,000 M² of New Spaces

Architect Kengo Kuma has draped a stairwell in a cascading mesh of aluminum link chains, which was inspired by the curves that Gaudí’s works are known for.

Experience Casa Batlló with Kids

Gaudí is a magical place and one that must be experienced by all with a sense of childlike wonder and so they have created an experience so that they can experience the house with the same intensity as adults.

Casa Battlo Tickets With Kids
  • Free entry for children up to 12 years of age.
  • Art, light, color, and surprises all come together to make this a magical experience.
  • Their SmartGuide, made using augmented reality, will allow kids to enter the mind of Gaudi.
  • The sea, animals, Sant Jordi, the princess and the many other elements of nature and living legends, makes the Casa Batlló a truly enjoyable experience for children.

What is the Best Way to Buy Casa Batlló Tickets? Book Online 

The best way to purchase your Casa Batlló tickets is to buy them online. This also allows for a safe and contactless transaction. It also provides these additional benefits:

  • Advance booking: Plan your tip in advance and choose tickets for a date and time of your choice and avoid the disappointment of tickets selling out. 
  • Convenience: Skip the long queues and book your ticket with just a click. We are also available on phone, chat, and email 24/7 to answer all queries. 
  • Great discounts: Avail of some of the best discounts offered by our platform. 

Casa Batlló Highlights

Casa Batlló is a treat for the eyes. The colorful facade reminds one of the sea, a rooftop that looks like a dragon, and interiors that evoke the feeling of being one with nature. Read on to find out what's inside Casa Batllo.

Casa Batllo Tickets Facade

The Facade

Made using a combination of decorative glass and bright-colored ceramic, with undulating shapes reminiscent of nature, the facade can be divided into 3 distinct parts. The base features slender stone columns in the shape of bones decorated with floral elements, while the central part evokes the image of the surface of a lake with water lilies. The balcony railings take the shape of masks, which has earned Casa Batlló another nickname, 'House of Yawns'. The crown, which resembles a dragon’s back, along with the four-armed cross (representing the handle of a sword), has led to many interpretations. 

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Patio De Luces

Created using ceramic tiles in shades of blue, this is one of the most enchanting parts of the Casa Batlló. It distributes air and light that enters the house through the main skylight. Gaudí had the patio extended to ensure that natural light would reach all of the rooms of the house. The effect becomes all the more magical when light filtering from the stained windows glints on the mosaic. Don’t be surprised if you feel like you’re in an underwater cave. Gaudí installed a wooden lift car in the center of the patio of lights, which is still in use. 

Casa Batllo Tickets Noble Hall

Noble Hall

Spread over more than 700 sq m, the Noble Hall is located at the heart of the house. Accessible through a private entrance hall, there is a spacious landing on this floor which allows you to enjoy a direct view of the blue tiling on the building well. Here, you will find Batlló's study, a mushroom-shaped fireplace, and a dining room. A large picture window sits at the house’s main living room, which forms a gallery onto Paseo de Gracia. The grandeur of these rooms gives visitors an insight into how the elite of the time lived. 

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The Terrace 

Arguably, the most popular feature of the entire house thanks to its famous dragon back design, you can access the terrace by climbing a flight of steps. Gaudí uses different colored tiles, from orange to blue to green, to depict the scales of a dragon. The roof is decorated with 27 chimneys that have been grouped into four stacks of six. Interestingly, they all resemble mushrooms. Designed to prevent backdraughts, the chimneys decked with mosaics are a great example of beauty, functionality, and modern ideas coming together. Don’t forget to click a few photos for the ‘gram! 

Plan Your Visit To Casa Batlló

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Nearby Casa Batllo

Casa Mila: Only a 7-minute walk away you will find Casa Mila, the last private residence designed by architect Antoni Gaudí.

Barcelona Cathedral: A trip to Barcelona would be incomplete without visiting this beautiful gothic cathedral, only a 17-minute walk away.

Mercado de La Boqueria: About 1.5 km away, you will find this indoor market where you can find everything from fruits and vegetables to dairy and meat. 

Sagrada Familia: Located less than 2 km away, this incomplete Roman Catholic church is yet another handiwork by Gaudi. 

Visitor Tips and Guidelines

  • Book tickets online in advance to avoid the long queues. 
  • There are no cafes or eateries inside the Casa Batlló. If you feel those hunger pangs rising, make a quick trio to vending machines on the first floor and attic. 
  • Leave your luggage at your accommodation as they only have one space to store strollers and wheelchairs. 
  • You can take photographs for personal purposes and without a tripod. 
  • Pets are allowed inside under the supervision of its owners and approval of the Casa Batlló staff.
  • If you have misplaced an item at Casa Batlló, fret not. They keep lost objects for a maximum of 30 days, after which the objects are donated to social causes.

All Your Questions About Casa Batlló Tickets Answered

Q. Are Casa Batlló tickets available online?

A. Yes, you can purchase Casa Batllo tickets online.

Q. How much do the Casa Batlló tickets cost?

A. Casa Batlló ticket price start at €35. You can find all tours and tickets for Casa Batlló here.

Q. Are Casa Batlló tickets refundable?

A. While the Casa Batlló 10 D Experience tickets cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled, the Barcelona Pass can be canceled anytime during the life of the pass, as long as it has not been activated.

Q. Are discounts available on Casa Batlló tickets?

Q. Children up to 12 years can go for free and students, youth aged 13-17, as well as seniors aged 65 and above, enjoy reduced ticket pricing on the Casa Batlló 10 D Experience Tickets. Children aged 3-12 enjoy reduced ticket pricing for the Barcelona Pass.

Q. What is the best way to buy tickets to Casa Batlló?

A. The best way to buy Casa Batlló tickets is to purchase them online as it allows you to book your tickets for the day of your choice, avoid the long lines, avail great discounts, and more importantly, enjoy cashless transactions.

Q. What is the cancellation policy for Casa Batlló tickets?

A. The Casa Batlló 10 D Experience tickets cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled. The Barcelona Pass, however, can be canceled anytime, as long as it has not been activated.

Q. Are guided tours available for Casa Batlló?

A. An audio guide is available in 15 languages, which allows you learn about Casa Batlló, while you explore the house at your own pace.

Q. What is the best time to go for the Casa Batlló tour?

 A. To avoid the crowds, visit Casa Batlló during the early hours or the late afternoons. 

Q. Is Casa Batlló wheelchair accessible?

A. Yes, you can visit the whole house on a wheelchair.

Q. Can I take photographs inside Casa Batlló?

A. Yes, you can click photographs, but, only for personal purposes.

Q. Is there a gift shop at Casa Batlló?

A. The Simbòlic store carries an exclusive collection featuring designs of Casa Batlló.