Sagrada Familia FAQs
Sagrada Familia FAQs
- March: 9am - 7pm
- April - September: 9am - 8pm
- October: 9am - 7pm
- November - February: 9am - 6 pm
- 25 & 26 December, 1 & 6 January: 9am - 2pm
Ticket Related Questions:
Where to buy tickets for the Sagrada Familia?
You can buy your ticket online or at the ticket office at the Sagrada Familia. Buying tickets online is highly recommended as they are cheaper than at the ticket office and they allow you to skip the lines, which are usually very long especially in high season.
Can you buy Sagrada Familia tickets at the door?
The ticket office offers same day purchase options, but last minute availability is very limited, lines are long and you will need to pay a surcharge. Advance purchase is available online and is highly recommended as you will skip the lines, save time and money!
How much do Sagrada Familia tickets cost?
Ticket prices depend on the option you choose. The Basic Ticket, which is the cheapest ticket option available, costs €20. While the most expensive option costs €33 and includes access to one of the two towers, Nativity or Passion Tower, and an audio guide. Discounts are available for certain age groups and people with disabilities.
What is the cheapest ticket option available for Sagrada Familia?
The cheapest ticket is the Basic Ticket. Ticket allows you to skip the line at the ticket office and visit the Basilica and museum. This ticket option is only available the last two hours before the Basilica closes.
Are there discounts for the Sagrada Familia?
Yes! A variety of discounts are available for people with disabilities, those under the age of 30, students, senior citizens and large families. For more information check out Sagrada Familia Ticket Prices & Discounts.
Can you visit the Sagrada Familia for free?
You can visit the Sagrada Familia for free on Sunday during mass, held at 9am, but it’s important that you respect the dress code. Children under 11 can visit the Sagrada Famila for free any day of the week.
What is included in the Gaudi Bundle?
The Gaudi Bundle provides skip-the-line access to the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell. It also includes an audio guide and a return ticket for the bus from Alfons X metro station to Park Guëll.
Planning your Visit Related Questions:
How to get to Sagrada Familia?
Metro is the easiest way to get to the Sagrada Familia - use the purple (L2) or blue (L5) line. Alternatively, you can go by bus with one of the following: 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20, or B24.
Is it worth visiting the towers of the Sagrada Familia?
Yes, it’s absolutely worth visiting the towers. In particular we recommend visiting the tower that overlooks the Nativity Facade which is the oldest part of the Sagrada and also the only part that Gaudi actually worked on.
When is the Best Time to Visit the Sagrada Familia?
The best time to visit the Sagrada Familia is at 9am when there are less crowds or after 3pm, when you can catch the evening light or sunset. Weekdays, in general, are also less crowded than weekends.
Is there a Dress code for the Sagrada Familia?
As with all roman catholic churches there it is necessary to dress in a conservative manner. This means no tank tops, mini-skirts, swimwear or see-through clothing. To be on the safe side, and avoid getting turned away, wear trousers or a skirt and avoid sleeveless shirts or dresses.
Is the Sagrada Familia accessible to wheelchair users?
Yes. The entrance for wheelchair users is right in front of the Passion Facade. Also there is a ramp which provides access to the museum in the basement. The towers, however, are not wheelchair accessible.