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Casa Batlló 10D Experience Tickets

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  • Casa Batlló in Barcelona is one of Gaudí's most popular works and is a UNESCO-World Heritage Site.
  • With this ticket, you'll get access to the new 10D Experience inside the famous Casa Batlló.
  • Start your immersive adventure and experience a blend of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and augmented reality.
  • Experience the magical history of this house at your own pace on a self-guided tour available in 15 languages.
  • Covering an area of 2,000 square meters, the 10D Experience takes you into Gaudí's mind when he had created this masterpiece of a building.
  • Tour the Gaudí Dome, featuring 1,000 screens, and put yourself in the genius's shoes at the exact moment in which he had surrendered to nature.
  • There are 21 audio channels installed in Gaudí Dôme that recreate the sound of nature in 3D - you'll be able to hear them all on your special headphones.
  • See the Gaudí Cube by the artist Refik Anadol, the first and only LED cube in the world.
  • This experience will take you inside Gaudí’s mind and let you see reality through his eyes.
  • Children up to 12 years can go for free. Students, youth aged 13-17, as well as seniors aged 65 and above, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • Cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled.

The Barcelona Pass - Unlimited Attractions Pass

Duration: 2 to 5 Days
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  • Make the most out of your visit to the enchanting seaside city of Barcelona by visiting over 30 popular attractions and benefit from massive savings of up to 50% over a period of 2, 3, or 5 days.
  • This hassle-free pass allows you access to popular attractions like Casa Battlo, Casa Mila, FC Barcelona Museum, Camp Nou, and many more!
  • Explore the city like a local with included free walking tours and a delightful bike tour that allows you to get up-close and personal with some of the lesser-known bits of Barcelona.
  • The pass also comes with a comprehensive digital guide to the city as well as a map to help get your way around the city.

This pass has the following options you can choose from:

  • 2-Day Pass
  • 3-Day Pass
  • 5-Day Pass
  • FC Barcelona Camp Nou Tour
  • Barcelona Zoo
  • La Pedrera
  • Sagrada Familia Virtual Tour 360
  • KBr Fundació MAPFRE - Photography Museum
  • Poble Espanyol de Barcelona
  • Catalunya en Miniatura
  • CaixaForum Barcelona
  • Best of Barcelona Bike Tour
  • Cathedral of the Sea Tour
  • Escape Hunt Barcelona
  • Recinte Modernista Sant Pau
  • Ciuatadella Segway Tour
  • Modernism and Gaudi Walking Tour
  • Olympic and Sports Museum
  • Las Golondrinas Boat Cruise
  • Museu de la Musica
  • Casa Vicens
  • Casa Museu Amatller
  • L'Aquarium de Barcelona
  • Museu d'Historia de Catalunya
  • Egyptian Museum of Barcelona
  • MEAM - Museu Europeu d'Art Modern
  • CosmoCaixa Barcelona
  • Estrella Damm Brewery
  • Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA)
  • Colonia Güell & Gaudí’s Crypt
  • Gaudí Experiència 4D
  • Old Town and Gothic Quarter Walking Tour
  • Children aged 3-12 enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • Can be canceled anytime during the life of the pass, as long as it has not been activated.
  • Your pass is valid for up to 2 years from the date of purchase. The pass is activated when you use it at the first attraction, after which it is valid for consecutive days as specified by your choice of pass.

Explore Casa Batlló


Also known as Casa dels Ossos, which translates to the “House of Bones”, Casa Batlló ranks high up in the list for the strangest residential buildings in Europe. Designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí at his hallucinatory best, Casa Batlló sports an iridescent scaled facade with curving, bony balconies sprinkled with bits of blue, mauve and green tiles and an uneven blue-tiled roof with a solitary tower giving the building an otherworldly feel. Here’s all you need to know before exploring this home-turned-museum, open to the public since 1993.

A Brief History Of Casa Batlló

Technically, Gaudí did not build Casa Batlló, he simply redesigned it. While the original Casa Batlló was actually built in 1875, it does not resemble the building as we know it today.

In 1903, Casa Batlló was bought by a wealthy Barcelona businessman named Josep Batlló i Casanovas from the original owners. His first plan was to destroy the building and use the land to build a new home for him, his wife and their five children. However, in the end, Josep Batlló decided to renovate the building rather than destroy it. He used the main part of the building for him and his family, and had the rest of the building divided into several small apartments for rent.

For the renovation, he decided to hire architect Antoni Gaudí. At this time, Gaudí was already well known as the head of several Barcelona projects, including the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. Hence, Gaudí's emblematic work on Casa Battló began in 1904, lasting until 1906. The building was transformed into one that hardly resembles the original. Animal and nature forms inspired the facade of Casa Batlló. Gaudí designed Casa Batlló with outstanding imagination, making it one of the most visited monuments in the city and a spectacular example of Gaudi’s Modernista movement.

Why Visit The Casa Batlló

  • Casa Batlló was recognised by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre in 2005, giving credibility to its cultural heritage and validating its aesthetic cachet.
  • To witness Gaudi’s pioneering design technique called Trencadís, there’s no better place than Casa Batlló with it’s outer facade covered with bits and pieces of broken and multicolored ceramic tiles in hues of blue and green.
  • Visiting Casa Batlló around sunset is purely magical. An interesting effect is created when the warm sun rays hits the building, as the tiles shift through different shades of colors along with the stained glass window.
  • While most attractions have audio guided or expert guided tours, Casa Batlló provides for an augmented reality guided tour allowing a one of a kind, dynamic and immersive experience. Moreover, this SmartGuide is available in 11 languages - Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese and Korean.

Highlights Of Casa Batlló

The Facade

Casa Batlló’s facade is divided into 3 distinct section, each reflecting a level of anatomy. The base is stacked with massive abstract bones, the level above has a more chaotic, abstract pattern echoing blood vessels and muscle, and then the top is capped with a scaly roof that resembles an animal, most say a dragon. The entire facade is made from a combination of decorative glass and bright-coloured ceramic, with undulating shapes reminiscent of nature. The 9 balconies made of cast iron and painted ivory interspersed with enlarged windows has given Casa Batlló another nickname, 'House of Yawns'.

Pattio De Luces

One of the most enchanting parts of the Casa Batlló is the Pattio De Luces which translates to the Court of Lights, a communal stairwell which is a culmination of ceramic tiles in shades of blue that come together to create an optical illusion. 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.

Entrance Hallway And The Central Staircase

The entrance hallway of Casa Batlló is an heady mix of horizontal and vertical lines that emerge at the ceiling in curves. Walking ahead, you’ll notice the sweeping central staircase leading up to Planta Noble that will leave you wide-eyed for sure.

Noble Hall

The Noble Hall also known as the Planta Noble makes up the main floor of the house. Here you will find a dining room decked in wood and glass, a feel of unparalleled grandeur. Walk along the corridor beside the Noble Hall, to get a sneak peak of the rooms at Casa Batlló.

The Attic

Built to be a storage area for the entire house, the catenary arch that dominates the vault of the attic progresses as a series of arches and will remind you of a large animal’s rib cage. The room has bone-coloured plastering and is illuminated by the German Ingo Maurer. The balconies in the attic make for a great photo spot with the house’s façade in the backdrop.

Terrace And Chimneys

To reach the terrace, you have to climb a flight of winding staircase. The terrace of Casa Batlló depicts the scales of a dragon and progresses from orange to blue to green, a magical illusion. It is a splendid work of art with the 27 chimneys organised into four sets of six, each measuring 10 metres high and resembling mushrooms. The four sets of chimneys decked with trencadis mosaic is among the most photographed parts of the house, for all the right reasons. It overlooks the city of Barcelona and is the perfect place to consume the beauty of the ancient city.

Magical Nights At Casa Batlló

If you’re interested in witnessing a music performances, anything from Spanish guitar to soul to pop and R&B ; there’s no better place to experience an open air concert experience than the rooftop of Casa Batlló at 8:00 PM. With your Magical Nights Tickets, you can roam the house without the crowds, witness a breathtaking sunset on the terrace and enjoy live music afterwards. You can choose a concert of your choice ( changes daily ), enjoy 2 drinks and toast to an unforgettable evening. Also, you have the choice of a tour plus the rooftop concert, or only the concert for a slightly lower entry price.