Connect with Art
This program offers different ways of visiting the Museum, individually or in groups, with a variety of tools and for various levels of knowledge or information.
Didactic spaces, audioguides, guided tours with different dynamics, durations or contents, showing the temporary exhibitions, the works in the Museum Collection, and/or the Museum’s architecture.
As part of its commitment with innovation and the accessibility of its contents, the Museum introduces a pioneering digital experience that enables to connect with other visitors and works of art through the Collection.
These tours allow you to discover the Museum’s most noteworthy aspects, either in general or focusing on the most artistic aspects of a selection of works currently on view with our express tours.
See topics and languages available for each timeslot at our Information desk
- Duration 30 min
- Max. number 20 of visitors/guide
- Free with Museum admission
Exclusive guided tours
Guided tours are led by qualified guides.
Tours are 60 minutes long and include information on the architecture of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao building and the works on display.
Do you want to explore areas in Frank Gehry’s building that are not open to the public in addition to visiting the exhibition galleries? These exclusive tours, guided by Museum’s professional guides, give you the chance to do so.
The audio guides take you along an independent route through the exhibitions, selecting the most representative works in each show. An audio guide app will be available.
As part of the Didaktika project, the Museum offers educational spaces and special activities that complement the exhibitions with tools and resources to improve your understanding and appreciation of the artworks on view.
- Different approaches and proposals agreed upon with exhibition curators.
- Resources to stimulate observation, reflection, learning, and pleasure in art.
- Interactive tools for multisensory experiences.
- Cross-cutting interdisciplinary programs for visitors of all ages.
- More information on the Museum website section “Did you know…?” of each exhibition.