Groups made up of 7 people or more are eligible for the group admission ticket (single standard fee) and may visit the museum without a guide.
If a group of 7 people or more (up to a maximum of 25 people for the Permanent Collections and 20 people for the temporary exhibitions) would like a guided tour, the admission fee depends on a number of factors:
Groups with their own guides are welcome to visit the museum.
There are two different types of admission ticket for this type of tour, depending on the number of people in the group:
There are three different prices for this type of ticket (standard, reduced and free).
In order to obtain an admission ticket that is reduced or free of charge, we ask visitors to present relevant and valid documentation. Consult the requirements for concessions and free entry here.
This ticket has one standard admission fee. It does not permit any individual concessions or free admission (except for 2 guides / teachers). Groups of seven people or more are eligible for this ticket. Groups can be made up of a maximum of 25 people for the Permanent Collections and of a maximum of 20 people for the temporary exhibitions. Read the terms and conditions for planning your visit, as well as for booking and purchasing admission tickets here.
The museum offers the following services for guided tours:
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum offers exclusive private guided tours of both the Permanent Collections and the temporary exhibitions to small groups.
If you are interested in a tour like this, please consult our prices and tour types in the Private Area on the museum’s website or write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org