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Museo Reina Sofía

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Due to the large numbers of visitors at certain times of the day during the exhibition Pity and Terror. Picasso’s Path to Guernica, we recommend making group visits either at midday time slots or early afternoon.


Groups must be a minimum of 8 and maximum of 30 people (guide or teacher included). If this is your first group visit to the Museo, please carefully read the following documentation:

Group access conditions [text available in Spanish] FAQ for Groups

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  • Cultural groups

    Groups which benefit from a discount through foundations, associations, cultural centres and cultural institutions.

    • General admission (Collection + temporary exhibitions): €5 per person
    • Admission to temporary exhibitions: €2 per person
  • Groups from 9 to 10am

    Visit the Collection or temporary exhibitions before the Museum opens to general public. Groups of between 10 and 30 people, €40 per person.

    Conditions for groups from 9 to 10 am

  • Tourist groups

    There are two admission prices for group visits with their own guide:

    • General admission (Collection + temporary exhibitions): €8 per person.
    • Admission to temporary exhibitions: €3 per person
  • Education groups and groups of people with disabilities

    Education groups made up of school pupils and teachers, university students and professors, or groups of people with disabilities will access the Museo free of charge.
    Groups that wish to make their visit with a guide can check the programme of visits for school groups.

  • Groups with a discount voucher

    For company groups with a signed Agreement with the Museo Reina Sofía. To obtain this type of agreement, please contact: serviciocomercial@museoreinasofia.es

     


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About Museo Reina Sofía

The opening of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in 1990 led to the creation of a museum of modern and contemporary art in Spain at an international level, although there have been few avatars suffered by the building until this end. In the permanent collection of the museum there is a nucleus of works by great Spanish artists of the 20th century, especially Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró, widely represented and with some of his best works.