Sport is the perfect instrument for teaching values. The educational range that we cover at the Olympic Museum includes everything from early childhood education to university degrees.

Javier Mariscal. 1992

You are invited to request a guided tour led by museum educators and staff or a self-guided tour at your own pace, which will allow you to lead your own students around the museum.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact by e-mail.

To request a customised visit

If you are looking for a different visit, time or language, call us at +34 932 92 53 79 or write to us by e-mail.

Please bear in mind that reservations are required for all school groups

Educational Activities

From guided tours of the museum to sports cinema sessions for all ages. Choose an educational stage!

Educative project

The Museu Olímpic i de l’Esport Joan Antoni Samaranch, managed by the Fundació Barcelona Olímpica, is a window open to the world of sports.

Our educative project is based on participatory methodologies in which we work from dialogue, discovery, play and reflection to offer a significant learning experience that connects the theme of the museum with the interests and reality of the students.

Currently, the educational program is guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (Agenda 2030).

Thanks to the proximity of the Olympic Ring, we can offer activities related to the heritage left by the different events that took place on the Montjuïc mountain.

The objectives pursued by the program are:

• Disseminate and promote that sport is essential and beneficial in all facets of life.
• Promote values ​​of respect, cooperation, collaboration and empathy with respect to others.
• Encourage reflection and critical thinking.

Below you can see the program of activities differentiated by educational stages, from the second cycle of early childhood education to university and in different formats: dynamic, guided visits or workshops. These can be carried out in the educational center or in the museum.

Prepare your visit

Click on the links below to download reference materials to help you get ready for your visit.

icono downloadTeacher’s Guide. The most important Olympic topics.

PDF format. Spanish

icono downloadHow much do you know about the Olympic Games?

PDF format. Spanish

How to get there

We are situated on the Montjuïc mountain, beside the Olympic Stadium.

Avinguda de l’Estadi, 60, Barcelona



Pl.Espanya stop


Lines 55 and 150, 400m from the museum

Tourist bus

Red line, 25m from the museum

Montjuïc tourist bus

Stop 5 , 120m from the museum

Funicular Montjuïc


Tips and good practices

Below you’ll find a series of recommendations to help you enjoy your visit.


It’s necessary to arrive 10 minutes before your visit time, since the activity may be cut short if it begins late.

Meeting point

For all types of visit, the meeting point is located in the museum reception. The team leader just needs to come in and the visit will then begin.


Backpacks and luggage must be left in the lockers provided by the museum’s reception team.


Wi-Fi is available in all rooms of the museum.

Food & Drinks

Entrance with food or drinks is not allowed.

Teaching staff

Teaching staff are responsible for the safety and control of the group throughout the visit.


Running, making noise and touching exhibited material in the museum are not permitted.

Special needs

If any student has special requirements, these must be communicated in advance.

Access with animals

Access to the museum with animals is not permitted, with the exception of guide dogs.


The museum is fully accessible and has wheelchairs available for visitors who may require them.


Camera use is allowed within the rooms of the museum.


There is a parking zone for coaches at Passeig Olímpic, 16.

Visit the museum

We have loads of educational activities available for you here.

Please bear in mind that advance reservation is required for all school groups visiting the museum.