Sagrada Familia Tickets
Sagrada Familia Tickets
Barcelona: Sagrada Familia Fast-Track Access Ticket
- Skip the line entry to the Sagrada Familia
- Entry to the Museum
- Audioguide app
- Free Cancellation
Sagrada Familia: Fast Track
- Skip the line entry to the Sagrada Familia
- Downloadable audioguide
- Entry to the Museum
- City Tour of Barcelona: Audio Guide App (if selected)
- Free Cancellation (if selected)
Sagrada Familia: Guided Group Tour + Fast-Track Access
Get to know the Sagrada Familia with the best guides in Barcelona
Sagrada Familia: Guided Tour in English
Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site with an English-speaking guide
Sagrada Familia: Small Group Tour in English
Be guided along Avinguda Gaudí to the Sagrada Familia with fast-track entrance
Sagrada Família: Guided Tour in Spanish
Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site with a Spanish-speaking guide
Sagrada Família: Guided Tour in Italian
Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site with an Italian-speaking guide
Sagrada Família: Guided Tour in German
Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site with a German-speaking guide
Sagrada Família: Guided Tour in French
Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site with a French-speaking guide
Sagrada Familia: Small Group Tour in Korean
Learn all about Gaudí and the Sagrada Familia with an expert Korean guide
Sagrada Familia Ticket Information
Where to buy tickets for the Sagrada Familia?
Tickets for the Sagrada Familia are available both online and at the ticket office (located at the entrance of the Sagrada Familia). We highly recommend buying your ticket online due to the many advantages:
They are cheaper. Tickets bought online cost less than tickets bought at the ticket office.
They give you skip the line access. All online tickets give you priority entry into the Sagrada Familia, thus allowing you to skip the famously long lines at the ticket office.
They save you a lot of time. Since the lines at the ticket office are almost always long, you will save at least an hour by passing the lines with your online ticket.
They guarantee your entry on the day and time you want to visit. Since the Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s top attraction and the number of daily visitors are limited, tickets sell out fast.
Sagrada Familia Online Ticket Options
Sagrada Familia is an absolute must see when you are visiting Barcelona and in order to visit it you need to be in possession of a ticket. There are a few different ticket options available, which we describe below.
Sagrada Familia Basic Ticket - this ticket gives you skip the line access into the basilica. With this ticket you can also visit the museum of the Sagrada Familia which is located in the basement beneath the passion facade. This ticket, however, does not include access to the towers.
Sagrada Familia Ticket with Audioguide - this ticket, just like the basic ticket, gives you priority entry into the Basilica as well as access to the museum. In addition, it includes an interesting and informative audioguide available in multiple languages, which you can download on your smartphone.
Sagrada Familia Ticket with Tower Access & Audioguide - this skip the line ticket gives you access to the entire site - the basilica, the museum and one of the two towers. You can choose between visiting the Nativity or Passion tower. Also included is an informative audioguide available in multiple languages.
If you are interested in more information regarding Sagrada Familia’s tickets as well as other useful ticket information then read our Sagrada Familia Ticket Guide.
Sagrada Familia tickets: A few more notes
- The basic ticket is the cheapest ticket option for visiting the Sagrada Familia, but it’s only available for afternoon visits, after 2pm. For morning visits you need to buy a ticket which includes an audioguide and/or access to the towers.
- All online tickets give you skip the line entrance.
- When booking your ticket you are asked to select a day and time slot for your visit. You need to be punctual, otherwise you won’t be admitted. A maximum of 15 minutes delay is tolerated. It’s a good idea to arrive a bit earlier than your time slot to make sure you enter without any issues.
- Once inside, you can spend as much time as you want. You should allow 2 hours for visiting the Sagrada Familia, including the museum.
- Bring an ID - you might be asked to show your ID together with your ticket at the entrance.
- Sagrada Familia Audioguides:
- Audioguides can only be purchased online. It is not possible to buy the audioguide in the Sagrada Familia on the day of your visit.
- The audioguide is available in the following languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Hungarian, Korean, Swedish, Finnish, Dutch and Polish.
- The audioguide needs to be downloaded on your smartphone. It’s recommended to download it before your visit and don’t forget to bring your own headphones.
- The audioguide is only available for visitors older than 11 years old.
What is the Gaudi Bundle?
The Gaudi Bundle is a combo ticket which gives you skip the line access to the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. Included is also a downloadable audioguide for both attractions and an exterior audioguide tour of the Sagrada Familia which you can download on your smartphone. Your Park Güell ticket also includes a two way ticket for the Güell bus, the shuttle service which takes you from the Alfons X metro station to Park Güell and vice versa.
Who can visit the Sagrada Familia with a discounted ticket?
The following visitors are eligible to visit with a reduced ticket price:
- Children younger than 11 years old can visit for free.
- Students and visitors under the age of 30 years old - they are entitled to a €2 discount on their ticket. They must bring an ID or student card to proof that they are eligible for the discount.
- Seniors (visitors over 65 years old).
- People who accredit a degree of disability 65% or higher and a companion can visit for free.
For more information visit the official website.
Who can visit the Sagrada Familia for free?
Wheelchair users and one companion as well as children under the age of 11 years old can visit for free.
Sagrada Familia: Visiting Tips & Good to Know
- Maximize your time in Barcelona by planning your visit in advance. Buy tickets online to save money and time.
- Dress appropriately. The Sagrada Familia is a church and, like all Roman Catholic churches, you should adhere to the standard dress code. The dress code is not strictly enforced but it’s always a good idea to respect it to avoid the risk of being turned away at the entrance.
- The Sagrada Familia and its museum are wheelchair accessible but the towers are not.
- Beware of pickpockets! It’s filled with pickpockets so make sure you look after your bags.
- Visiting the towers is absolutely worth it. Go early in the morning when the Sagrada Familia is not so crowded and start your visit with the towers.
- The ongoing construction of the Sagrada Familia is funded by ticket sales. Each ticket sold helps fund the construction which is scheduled to conclude by 2026.
- Only small backpacks and regular-size handbags are allowed inside. Bigger backpacks and other items need to be stored in the free lockers. But the lockers are small so big objects such as suitcases can’t be stored in them.
- The best time to visit the Sagrada Familia to avoid the crowds is early in the morning or in the afternoon after 3pm. However, if you want to see the beautiful effect of the sunshine shining through the myriad stained glass windows, then go around midday or at sunset. It is incredibly beautiful, but it is also a very popular time to visit the Sagrada Familia - so be ready to brave the crowds.
- Sagrada Familia is still unfinished, construction started in 1882 and is expected to be completed in 2026, exactly 100 years after Gaudi’s death.
How to get to the Sagrada Familia by public transport?
Address: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona
By Metro - this is the easiest way to get to the Sagrada Familia by public transportation. Both the purple (L2) and the blue (L5) line stop at the Sagrada Familia metro stop.
By Bus - there are several buses that stop close to the Sagrada Familia including: 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20 and B24.
By Barcelona’s Hop-on Hop-off Bus - the Hop-on Hop-off bus stops right outside the Sagrada Familia.
From the Airport - take the Aerobus to Universitat. At Universitat take the purple metro line (L2) and get off at the Sagrada familia stop.
Sagrada Familia Opening Hours
- November to February: 9am - 6pm
- March: 9am - 7pm
- April to September: 9am - 8pm
- October: 9am - 7pm
- 25 & 26 December, 1 & 6 January: 9 am to 2 pm.
- Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
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