Winter opening hours (October to May):
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am – 8pm.
Summer opening hours (June to September):
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am – 9pm.
24 and 31 December: open until 5pm.
30 April: open 10am – 8pm.
Every Monday from 16 July to 27 August: From 10am to 9pm.
1 January and 25 December. Every Monday except the following dates, when the Centre will remain open:
Every Monday in summer, from 15 July and 26 August.
9, 23 and 30 December.
Take a unique tour of the architecture and magnificent exhibitions housed at Centro Botín with one of our facilitators, who will help you to make the most of your visit to the Centre, revealing in a very special way the building designed by Renzo Piano and the programme it runs. To ensure availability on the date requested, you must book on line at least 48 hours in advance.
Discover the architecture of the Botín Centre and its exhibitions in the company of volunteers or trainees every day at 12:00 and at 18:00. These visits are free of charge and require no prior booking. You can also enjoy the exhibitions in greater detail and depth with our accredited Botín Centre guides or with your official guide upon prior booking and payment.
The Botín Centre offers you the possibility of unique visits to the building and the exhibitions by means of an experience in which you take centre stage. Check out the experiences we offer for children, families, teenagers, adults, and professionals, or ask us to create one just for you. Requires pre-booking.
General admission: €4
Includes entry to the entire Centre, the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.
Free entry (ID required):
For Friends of the Botín Centre (link), Permanent Pass holders (link), under 16s, the unemployed, sponsors, accredited journalists, and members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM).
Concession (ID required): €2
People over 65, students aged 16 to 25, handicapped and large families.
Group admission: €3 per person
If you would like to visit Centro Botín with a group of between 8 and 30 people, book your tickets here in advance.
And discover the first building of the Prize Pritzker Renzo Piano in Santander (Spain)!
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