Judging from the other reviews, the price of getting into La Pedrera may be overpriced for many people although there are always lines to get in. However, on the corner there is an entrance to the free gallery space which often has interesting exhibits. Right now there's an exhibit comparing Gaudí with other contemporary architects like Frank Lloyd Wright in the US and MacIntosh in Scotland. The fact that there's a uniformed person standing at the entrance may be enough to disuade any but the most intrepid non-Spanish /non-Catalan speaker but just point to the poster outside or walk in the door as if you know where you're going. Once inside, you enter one of the open patios of the building where you can walk around on the ground level and walk up the stairs to the 1st floor where the gallery space is located. I imagine that for many people this may be enough of a taste of Gaudí and the price is right. Enjoy
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