BY APPOINTMENT (Postponed until further notice)
From September to June
The CGAC offers
free guided tours of its temporary exhibitions, from Tuesday to Friday, and
from 11 am to 1 pm.
The purpose of this service is to stimulate public interest
in contemporary creation and to encourage communication between the spectator
and the works of art.
For groups of
children in Nursery and Primary school, the staff from the Activities and
Education Department also designs specific learning workshops to round off the
tour of the art exhibits.
duration of the tours:
Nursery school. Tour-workshop: 60 minutes
Primary school. Tour-workshop: 90 minutes
Secondary school, Bacharelato and adults: 50 minutes
consist of a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 9 participants.
open to all types of groups. To apply for a guided tour, please send an email
to firstname.lastname@example.org . The message should include the following information:
name of applicant (person or institution), number of people in the
group, their age and academic qualifications, preferred date and time of
tour, and a contact telephone number and email address.
WITHOUT APPOINTMENT (Postponed until further notice)
Throughout the year
GUIDED VISITS WEEKEND
CGAC’S architecture and history - guided tours
Every first Saturday of the month we organize a visit in relation to CGAC’s architecture and
the course of these tours Álvaro Siza’s design will be discussed, as well as
its close, formal and conceptual connection with Bonaval Park and with the city
Our guided tour goes from
the outer porch to the roof of the building where there is a permanent
exhibition of Dan Graham’s Triangular Pavilion.
participate in this activity, you do not need to register beforehand. Tours
will start from CGAC’s reception area at midday and will last approximately 50
minutes. The number of participants may range
from one to a maximum of four.
Guide visits to exhibitions
Every Sunday, the public is invited to come and visit CGAC to enjoy the exhibits accompanied by specialists in art. This service aims to stimulate public interest in modern artistic creations and to facilitate the dialogue between the spectator and the works of art. The public will be given a tour of the different temporary exhibitions with comments by two art experts.
You don’t have to make an appointment to participate in this activity. Visits start in the main lobby of the museum at 12:00 h. The number of participants may range from one to a maximum of nine. Groups will be formed by order of arrival. Visits last approximately 50 minutes.
Saturdays and Sundays at 13:00 h
Visitors may request access to the terrace, where artist Dan Graham’s permanent installation Triangular Pavilion
(1997) is located, at the CGAC’s reception. Access to the area will be under the supervision of the centre's staff.
These activity are free of charge
The number of seats available for the museum´s activities are subject to change as a result of potential changes in Covid-19 regulations.