Sagrada Familia Barcelona

Still under construction since 1882, this world famous Gaudi project continues to be built through interpretation of the architect's planned work.

4 belfries are yet to be built including a 170m central dome.  The Sagrada Familia is a Catholic Basilica consecrated by the Pope in 2010.  There are magnificient views from the top.  At the museum you can see models, photographs and plans as well as model-makers themselves at work, restoring and reproducing from Gaudi's originals.  When the church is finished it will have 18 towers: 12 dedicated to the apostles, 4 to the evangelists, 1  to Jesus and another to Mary. This is a unique and world-famous place which you should not leave Barcelona without taking some time to visit.

Open: 9am-6pm Oct to Mar; 9am-8pm Apr to Sep

Price: General Entry €12.50 / Under 18's €10.50. Lift charge to towers €2.50. Additional charges for guided tours and auto-guide.
Calle Mallorca, 401

Top Tips for Attractions

  • Check before you go for any savings if you buy your ticket online.
  • Save money with a family ticket that usually offers admission to 2 adults and 2 children.
  • Consider buying an annual family pass if you plan to visit the attraction more than once during the year.
  • Look out for free admission days during Barcelona festivals such as La Mercè.
  • Call or visit the attraction's website beforehand to make sure it is suitable for your child's age.

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