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Frequently asked questions


The Sagrada Família ticket + audio-guide has an approximate cost of 38€, which includes all the fees. Visitors under 11 have free entry, but it is mandatory to add the corresponding under 11 ticket to the cart.

Of course! We like to offer discounts to ensure that everyone gets the opportunity to meet us. Be on alert because we regularly offer discounts on our website.

You can purchase your tickets here, selecting the quantity and the desired time slot. Take into account that you will receive your tickets with an exact visiting hour inside the chosen time slot.

You can use the tickets on the website by printing them out or showing us them on your smartphone or tablet. We would always recommend printing them, just in case your device dies before your arrival.

It is not possible to cancel your tickets since Sagrada Família does not accept any cancellation. For further information, read our Terms and Conditions.

The time and date cannot be modified at this moment, so we recommend you be 100% sure about the chosen date to visit the Sagrada Familia!

We would always advise booking your tickets early to avoid disappointment. You can usually book tickets around two months before your visit.

You can purchase tickets at the ticket office, but only for the day that you are visiting on. You will not be able to purchase an advance ticket at the ticket office. If you would like to purchase a ticket online, we would recommend using our website. If you do come on the day, then there is a chance that tickets for the day will have sold out.

If you have purchased a basic ticket, then you may be able to upgrade your ticket when you arrive at Sagrada Família.


The opening times vary.

November – February

9:00am – 6:00pm


9:00am – 7:00pm

April – September

9:00am – 8:00pm


9:00am – 7:00pm

25/26 December, 1/6 January

9:00am – 2:00pm

Please note, given that construction is ongoing at Sagrada Família, our opening hours can vary. If special events are taken place, they may also change.

The opening times vary.

October – March

10:00am – 6:00pm

April – September

9:00am – 8:00pm

25/26 December, 1/6 January

10:00am – 2:00pm

If you book your tickets in advance, then you will not be required to join a queue.

At Sagrada Família, small lockers are available for small bags, but they can only be used when visitors are going up one of the towers. For safety reasons, backpacks are not allowed.

At the Gaudí House Museum, there are no luggage storage points or lockers.

At Sagrada Família, visitors with mobility needs will be able to access everywhere except for the towers.

At the Gaudí House Museum, there are some areas that will not be accessible for guests with limited mobility. Having said that, they will still be able to access the ground floor and the gardens.

At Sagrada Família, people with disabilities can go to either the Groups Services Centre or the Visitors Services Centre. You will need to provide proof of your disability.

At the Gaudí House Museum, no guests with mobility issues will be required to queue.

At Sagrada Família, wheelchairs are provided for people who need them. Please note, you will need to request a wheelchair in advance by calling us or emailing.

No wheelchairs are provided by the Gaudí House Museum.

Only guide dogs are allowed at Sagrada Família.

When you arrive at Sagrada Família, you will be required to go through a metal detector and all of your belongings will be checked. We reserve the right to refuse admission. For safety reasons, we only allow hats in the nave and the museum if they are worn for religious, health or belief-related reasons.

Yes! Sagrada Família is primarily a Catholic church. You will have to dress appropriately. We request that the following dress code is followed:

– No see-through clothing can be worn at Sagrada Família.

– Any tops that are worn must cover your shoulders.

– Any shorts or skirts must be at least mid-thigh length.

– If you are wearing swimwear, you will not be permitted to enter.

– We will not allow people in festival-related clothing to enter the property. Nor will we allow people to enter wearing clothing that has been designed to draw attention for artistic, religious or promotional purposes.

Yes, you can visit the towers, but you need to purchase a special ticket that includes access to the towers. Be aware that there are many steps, and the visit is not recommended for those with mobility issues.

Most visitors spend about 1.5 to 2 hours exploring the Sagrada Família, including the basilica, museum, and, if included, the towers.

The best times to visit to avoid crowds are early in the morning when it first opens or later in the afternoon. Weekdays are generally less crowded than weekends.