Programs: Short- or long-term?

With teachers as protagonists, new education agents alone or with their students can participate in specific activities or long-term programs in cooperation with the Museum. In their own way or according to their interests, or needs, or to the time available.

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Programs: Short-term
Orientation Sessions | Activities - Learn | Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa

Orientation Sessions

Getting ready for the exhibitions with the Museum’s education team

  • From 5 to 7 pm
  • Free
  • Primary and Secondary School
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Free Admission to Exhibitions

Free tour of the exhibitions to work with students

  • From 4 to 7 pm
  • Free
  • Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary School
Self-guided Tours | Learn | Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa

Self-guided Tours

Visiting the Museum on your own, with students guided by their own teachers

  • 11 am, 12 noon, 3 pm, 4 pm, 5 pm
  • Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary School
Routes/Tours | Learn | Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa


Flexible routes in the Museum, visiting one or more exhibitions

  • Tuesday to Friday, 10:15 am and 12:15 noon
  • Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary School
Long-term Programs

Multidisciplinary Projects

Projects and experiences to strengthen curricular aspects in different high-school itineraries.

  • 4-5 sessions
  • High school
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Learning Through Art

An exclusive, innovative 20-session program bringing artists to schools to work on curricular areas

  • 20 sessions
  • Free
  • Primary school

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Tools and Resources
Online Teachers’ Guides | Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa
Online Teachers’ Guides

Teachers’ guides on the exhibitions, including questions, photos, videos, and links for educators to plan their own visits.

Free Courses on iTunes | Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa
Free Courses on iTunes

iTunes U courses on the works and artists in the Museum Collection, where students work on their iPads or mobile phones in activities monitored by their teachers.