Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera or the stone quarry is a multipurpose complex in Barcelona, Spain that is known for its unconventional architectural design. The modernist building was one of Antoni Gaudi's final designs.and was built between 1906 and 1912 after being commissioned by Pere Mila, who the building is named after. The buildings stone facade and twisting wrought iron balconies are highly impressive. The building serves mainly as the home of the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation but is also used as private residential apartments. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
By metro, use lines 3 and 5 getting off at the ‘estació Diagonal’ stop. By bus, get on the 7,16,17, 22, 24 or V17 buses that travel to the area.
Opening Times and Admission
The foundation area of the building is open from 9am-11pm every day of the week. The buildings architecture is more notable from the outside, you should not be able to miss the building as it sticks out from the other styles of building in the area.