Talking about art unabashedly and experiencing it and analyzing it easily while visiting the Museum becomes simple and accessible with the resources and programs we develop.

We offer many kinds of tours, either in groups or individually, as well as a range of spaces, activities, and tools adapted to different levels of information and knowledge so that the public can enjoy and learn more about the temporary exhibitions, the Collection of the Museum, and the architecture of the building.

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As part of its commitment to the innovation and accessibility of its contents, the Museum offers a pioneering digital experience which enables visitors to connect with each other via its artistic holdings and the emotions that the works in the Collection inspire in us.

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Exclusive guided tours

Guided tours led by qualified guides, who comment on the architecture of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the works on display in the exhibitions.

If you are interested in a work or an aspect in particular, let your guide know before the tour or when you make your booking.

For tours in Basque, Italian, or German, or for groups with special needs, please send your request to

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Guggenheim +

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.

  • Booking required. Please call +34 944 359 090, Tue-Fri from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
  • Tour length: 120 min
  • Meeting point: Group Admission Desk
  • Max. 20 visitors per group
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Audio guides

With the audio guide, you can go on an independent route through the exhibitions, selecting the most representative works in each gallery for in-depth description. An audio tour app is now available for mobiles.

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As part of the Didaktika project, the Museum offers educational spaces and special activities that supplement the exhibitions with tools and resources to improve your understanding and appreciation of the artworks on view. For more information, go to the “Did you know…?” section on the Museum website for each exhibition.

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