With pre-arranged admission, you can enter this magnificent Roman Catholic church quickly. Inside, the walls are a vibrant clash of Gothic and Art Nouveau designs. With your skip-the-line ticket, you can see all five of the aisles in the Latin cross floor plan, which are richly decorated with symbolic details.
Learn more about Antoni Gaudi's life and work at the Sagrada Familia Museum. Examine pictures, plaster models, and drawings that show how the basilica has changed over time, from its inception to the present. By Gaudi's death, less than a quarter of the project had been built, and construction won't be finished until the 100th anniversary of that date in 2026!
- The Sagrada Familia reserves its right to restrict an entrance. The security check at the entrance is mandatory
- Because of security checks at Sagrada Familia, waiting time before the entrance might be longer on some days and there'll be no refunds
- Due the restrictions of a Catholic church, visitors must dress appropriately to entry Sagrada Familia Basilica. No tank tops, short shorts, strapless shirts, or sandals will be accepted. Also visitors aren't allowed to enter with any special clothing for celebration of any sort of festivities
What to bring:
- Comfortable shoes
- Passport or ID card
• Monolingual or bilingual official guide
• Fast track entrance to the Sagrada Familia
• Sagrada Familia guided tour
• Hotel pickup and drop-off
• The visit to the towers
• Food and drinks
• Sagrada Familia
Carrer de Sardenya, 311, 08025 Barcelona, Spain