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Schools - Guggenheim Bilbao

Pre-school workshop visits
Under the guidance of Museum staff, children aged 3 to 5 explore the artworks on display through stories, games, and hands-on art activities

Primary school workshop visits and guided tours
Thematic workshop visits for primary school students focused on the Museum's Permanent Collection, temporary exhibitions or architecture. After the tour children are invited to the Education room to take part in a workshop aimed at reinforcing the concepts and contents they experienced.

Secondary school guided tours
Guided tours for Secondary school students focusing on the Museum Permanent Collection or temporary exhibitions. These visits are also available for students in upper level vocational training, first years of University studies and adult education centers. Guided tours are also organized in which the children work on a creative activity in the Museum Atrium following the tour.

Free tours
Special program for Primary, Secondary and High-School students. Teachers are provided with “Educational brochures” which enable them to lead their own students on an independent visit.

Learning Through Art
The educational program Learning Through Art reinforces school curriculum, ranging from Social Studies to Math, through artistic activities such as photography, painting, sculpture, digital art and music. Sessions are conducted at the school once a week for a period of 20 weeks. The program culminates in an exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao which includes works of art created by students participating in the LTA program.

Tours for children with disabilities
Tours of the Museum Permanent Collection, temporary exhibitions or architecture geared for Primary, Secondary and special education students with hearing, visual or mental impairments.

Workshop visits for Secondary Education in Art
Workshop visits specifically designed to fit the needs of teachers and students that have chosen this particular educational itinerary.

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