Visit the Museum

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I request a group visit?

You must fill in the request application available on the web.

Will I receive CONFIRMATION after I turn in my request?

The Foundation will send you confirmation within ten days. If you don't receive confirmation within this time, please call us at 619 766 104.

What is the maximum number of people allowed per group?

The maximum number of visitors per group is 40 and these must be accompanied by two adults if the visitors are students. Groups must request a visit by completing the application and must receive the Foundation's confirmation before the visit.

How much does the visit cost?

General Admission 5€
Senior citizens, students and educational programmes 2€
Groups (with reservation) 3€


Admission prices will be increased by €1.50 per person if the group tour, with a minimum of 25 visitors, is accompanied by one of our guides.

What are the payment methods?

You can pay for the visit directly at reception. If you need an invoice, please let us know on the visit application in the observations section.

Can we hire a tour guide?

Yes, you can hire a tour guide for an extra charge of €1.50 per person with a minimum of 25 and maximum of 40 people in the group.

Do you have audioguides available?

No, we don't offer audioguides for now.

How long does the visit last?

An average visit lasts approximately 60 minutes, although it depends on the length of the explanations given by the professor o group leader.

What does the visit consist of?

Upon arrival, the group will watch a documentary of the artist's work that lasts approximately xx minutes. Afterwards, the tour begins outside, with a visit to the permanent exhibition, followed by a visit to the Foundation's shop.


The person responsible for the group should be familiar with the following museum admission rules:

Group admission
In order to facilitate access to the Museum for group visitors, avoiding cues, the Manolo Paz Foundation for Contemporary Art recommends that only the person in charge of the group go to the reception desk to purchase the group tickets.
The works of art and pieces exhibited can be damaged or suffer deterioration. Please refrain from touching them.

If you are visiting the Museum with students, please keep them close at hand at all times. Help us by explaining to them how important it is to refrain from touching the objects. Don't let them run around the exhibition halls because they could bother other visitors. Smoking, eating and drinking is forbidden in the facilities.

Photographs and videos
Cameras may not be used inside the museum to take photographs or record images.

Animals are not allowed inside the museum, except guide dogs.

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