Visita en grupo

What do they consist of? 

Group visits offer you the opportunity to visit the Museum with your friends, family or colleagues. You may access the temporary exhibitions or the permanent Collection accompanied by an educator or visit the Museum independently.  

Programme

During Museum opening hours with prior reservation. 

Duration

1 hour (with educator). 

Language

Catalan and Spanish. 

Admission fee 

  • with educator: 80 € per group.
  • independently: 8.80 € per person for groups with a minimum of 11 people.

The organisers have free admission. The number of group members must be indicated.

Registration 

To facilitate access to the museum, groups must book the day and time of the visit at least 15 days in advance for visits with educator and one week for independent. 

MACBA will confirm the reservation with a letter to be presented at the time of the visit.  

Accessibility

If you wish to book an independent group visit, you may still enjoy some of the accessibility supports. It is necessary to indicate at the time of requesting the visit, which resources are to be used:

  • Optical aids for people with visual disabilities. 

  • App with audio-descriptive locutions of some of the works. (link to the appropriate app section)  

  • Booklet with large characters and Braille with high-relief images of some of the works in the MACBA.Collection. 

If you wish to book a guided visit, you may request the following accessibility supports: 

  • Individual magnetic loops. 

  • Sign language interpretation. Remember that you must request this service at least 72 hours in advance. 

  • Personal accompaniment for people with visual disabilities (guidance and descriptive resource) can be arranged by prior reservation.  

  • Tactile reproductions of works in the MACBA Collection and tactile exploration of some original works if accompanied by Museum staff. 

Consult the accessibility section to find out about available resources.

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