Fundació Antoni Tàpies works to disseminate contemporary art and thought through the organisation of exhibitions and various cultural proposals with a pluralist approach. Our aim is for everyone to be able to find an area of ​​interest and feel part of the project.


For this reason, the Fundació wants to help ensure that all people, whatever their living conditions or circumstances, have access to our cultural programme, which includes adaptations for people with special mobility or learning needs. Similarly, we offer free admission to the Museum so that no one in a vulnerable situation or at risk of social exclusion is denied access to culture for economic reasons.


1. Physical accessibility:


The Fundació’s building is an accessible architectural space, with wheelchair access to all areas. The entrance from the street is through the left-side door, from where you can access lifts that connect the different levels of the Museum. A wheelchair loan service is available, as are folding stools to facilitate rest during the visit, together with adapted toilets. More details can be found on the Barcelona Accessible Tourism website.


2. Sensory accessibility:


Visual accessibility: Guide dogs are welcome throughout the building. Upon request, guided tours with the support of tactile materials are available.

Hearing accessibility: Upon request, inclusive guided tours with sign language interpretation are available.


3. Cognitive accessibility:


Prior advice is provided for independent tours and, upon request, adapted guided activities are also available.


Contact for further information: Rosa Eva Campo |