Monday to Sunday
March to October 10am to 8pm
November to February 10am to 6pm
Access allowed until 15 minutes before closing time.
Occasionally the Pavilion can be closed to the public or could have limited access.
Visiting hours of the Pavillion during Architecture Week 2018
10/05 10 to 20 h
11/05 10 to 15 h
12/05 14 to 20 h
13/05 10 to 20 h
14/05 10 to 15 h
16/05 10 to 17 h
17/05 10 to 14 h
19/05 10 to 14 h
19 to 1 h museum night
20/05 10 to 20
The Pavilion will be closed to the public from May 23rd until May 26th
Payment is in cash at the entrance to the Pavilion.
Proof document required for any discount.
General public 5€
Students | Unemployed | Reduced “Pink Card” | Large family card 2,60€
aged <16 | Free “Pink Card” | ICOM | AMC card | Accompanying Metropolitan Pass | Carnet Docent de la Generalitat | profesional tour guides and journalists in the exercice of their work Free entrance
Amic de la Fundació Mies van der Rohe 8€
(Unlimited access to the Pavilion during one year from purchase date)
Reservation at firstname.lastname@example.org is required.
Entrance per person (>20 people) 4€
Catalan universities students on a concerted visit during school hours Free entrance
Catalan elementary, secondary and high school
students on a concerted visit during school hours Free entrance
Prior reservation and payment is required.
Passes not included in the price.
Specialized architecture guided tour 90€
School Activities Program for high school students 75€
18 February- Santa Eulàlia festival
23 April- Sant Jordi: Reading pavilion
19 May- Museum’s night
24 September- Mercè festival
27-28 October- 48H Open House
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 7
Tel. 93 215 10 11
Reconstruction (1986) of the German pavilion for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition conceived by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich, who at the time laid the foundations of modern architecture.
The Mies van der Rohe Pavilion is cataloged as a cultural asset of national interest (BCIN) by the Generalitat and as a Monument to the Spanish Historical Heritage (BIC) by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
– With the price of the tickets you contribute to the conservation of the building and the organization of activities by the Mies van der Rohe Foundation.
– Visitors undertake to make responsible use of the elements of the Pavilion at their own risk.
– Reserved the right of admission: The Pavilion workers are entitled to restrict access or permanence of visitors according to their criteria and, in case of non-compliance with the rules expel the visitor without refund of the amount of the ticket.
– Pavilion image rights: required authorization from Mies van der Rohe Foundation for professional photographing or filming or for commercial use.