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PRESENT DAY

01|02|13 Fernando Botero Exhibition: Extended until 10 February 2013

The Botero exhibition, which has received more than 155,000 visitors since last October, will remain on display until 10 February.


EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS


Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m

Special exhibition opening hours: Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.





ADMISSION

General:   6 €

Reduced:
   4,50 €    Students, the over-65s, groups of 15 or more people.

Free:
   Under 12s, Museum Day (every Wednesday), members of ICOM, the disabled, teachers, journalists, authorized guides and the unemployed.


From this date, the Museum admits unemployed people free (previously reduced admission).



AUDIO-GUIDE

Exhibition audio-guide:  1 €

(Friends of the Museum:  free)



QR ROUTE

Download of the exhibition audio-guide for smart phone (Android or Apple).



PRINT ON DEMAND

A new system that allows you to choose any of 18 landmark works by Fernando Botero, and more than 150 works from the Museum collection. The HD digital print guarantees a perfect likeness of the original work. Sale point in the museum shop.



GUIDED TOURS

Individual         5 € (+ admission)

Friends of the Museum        4 €


Thursday 6 p.m., Saturday 12 noon and 6 p.m., and Sunday 12 noon.

Information and reservations: In our web or call (34) 94 439 61 37.



EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES   



* Commented tour of the exhibition
.  Dialogue in the gallery; includes specific materials.

* Educational workshop
. Experiment in a workshop space with the genre of the portrait.


Target public: Pupils from 3rd cycle primary education, ESO secondary education, Baccalaureate, adults in training programmes and special-needs groups.

Information and reservations: Department of Education and Cultural, Action (DEAC): call (34) 94 439 61 41.