guided tours

Schools’ and universities’ groups can book guided tours to the permanent collection of the museum, to the Hannelore B. and Rudolph B. Schulhof Collection, and (upon request) to the temporary exhibition. Guided tours will help students explore the history of Peggy Guggenheim and the forming of her collection of masterpieces of the avant-gardes of the first half of the 20th century. Guided tours are offered in several languages, subject to availability.

Guided tours can take place from 10am to 4.30pm, daily but on Tuesdays (the  closing day of the museum).

Costs of guided tours:
75 € for tours in Italian
85 € for tours in a foreign language

Only groups with a reservation are accepted.
For bookings: +39.041.2405.440/419/403

Before your visit, please read our guidelines for groups pdf
a scuola di guggenheim
A scuola di Guggenheim is an educational program for schools of any level  in the Veneto Region. Organized as a collaboration between the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Veneto Region, it aims at integrating art in school programs through a multidisciplinary approach, teaching modern art to both children and teens, and stimulating their critical and aesthetic sense.

A scuola di Guggenheim involves free training activities for teachers and students. The 2018-2019 proposal has been revisited with new thematic approaches designed according to ministerial guidelines for the different school levels.

For more information:
tel: +39 (0)41.2405.430

first look
Italian schools have the opportunity to visit the museum as of 9 am (before the museum opening hours) with a guided tour. Entrance fee is 9 euros (one free entrance for every 15 people). The number of groups that can be accepted is however limited and booking is mandatory.

Guides are students of the Ca' Foscari University who take part in a free training course yearly organized by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.  

For more information and booking:
Dario Pinton
tel: +39.041.2750.687
tutta un'altra asl
The educational department of the Veneto region, the Ufficio Scolastico Regionale, and the Fondazione di Venezia are promoting a work-experience program for high school students: ‘Tutta un’altra ASL.’ The project provides a network of numerous s local institutions for the training program and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection is one of them.

Therefore, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection hosts a group of high school students from the Veneto region. Students have the opportunity to experience first-hand aspects of the workings of an international museum, such as interacting directly with the public and discovering the daily routines and tasks of the staff.

To join the project, referent teachers collect documents with motivational letters by the students and forward them to the Fondazione di Venezia (for 2019 the deadline is December 1, 2018; Letters should highlight interests, attitudes, knowledge, and motivations of the students and will be examined by the Education Department of the museum.

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kids creative lab
kids creative lab
Kids Creative Lab is an educational program for children of Italian primary schools promoted by the Peggy Guggenheim Collectionand OVS. After six successful editions, the program is now on-hold for a creative break.

To learn more about the program and its previous editions visit:

photo Andrea Sarti/CAST1466