Visiting the museum

Opening hours

  • 1 October to 31 May

    • Tuesday to Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM and from 4–6 PM
    • Sundays and public holidays from 10 AM to 2 PM

    1 June to 30 September

    • Tuesday to Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM and from 5–7 PM
    • Sundays and public holidays from 10 AM to 2 PM
  • Closed

    1 January, 6 January, 25 December, 26 December

Getting to the museum

Find out how to get to the museum by various means of transport.

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  • General ticket: €5

    Concession ticket: €2.50

  • First Tuesday of each month: Free

  • MORERA community members: Free


Concession tickets

    • Large or single-parent family card holders
    • Student card (national or international) holders
    • Carnet Jove (Young Person’s card) holders
    • Teacher’s card holders
    • Senior citizens (65+)
    • Groups of more than 10 people
    • Groups of students on non-guided tours accompanied by their teachers
    • Groups of university students on non-guided tours accompanied by their professors or lecturers
    • Those entering one hour before the museum closes

Free tickets

    • Children under the age of 16
    • Disability Accreditation Card (TAC) holders + companion
    • Press card holders
    • ICOM, AMC and other museum organisation card holders
    • MORERA Community members
    • Official guides of the Generalitat de Catalunya
    • First Tuesday of every month, 11 May, 18 May, Night of the Museums, 11 September and 29 September
    • Copyist painters at work
    • Unemployed people


Guided tours

Enjoy a guided tour through the different rooms of the museum. Our staff will provide an explanation of the main themes explored by the exhibition and will shine a light on some of the details and curiosities behind the works of art on display.

Arranged guided tours

The museum offers a guided tour to all types of public (every Sunday at 11.30am), but if you are a group and this schedule does not suit you, you have the possibility to arrange a visit within the opening hours opening of the Museum and according to availability.

  • Groups of up to 10 people = €125
  • From 10 to 30 people = €100
  • More than 30 (you need to make two groups at different times).

The reservation of the arranged visits must be done by emailing

Visits to the Store Room

Discover how works of art are conserved and catalogued and witness some of the restoration processes in the Store Room: our workshop where the museum’s art is cared for.

Dynamic visits

Enjoy an interactive tour of our exhibition rooms with dynamics and materials that use art as a basis for a discussion about the participants’ experiences.


Experiment with different proposals that shine a light on the exhibitions, artists and their works.

Univers Cristòfol

Itinerant educational project, decontextualized from the Museum’s exhibitions, which aims to make the artist’s life and work known everywhere and, at the same time, encourage transversal educational projects that encompass different subjects.

Special educational needs

Individuals or groups with special educational needs who want to visit the museum can contact us via email at

Guidance and external mediation

External guidance and mediation is free but can only be done during the opening hours of the Museum and after obtaining approval from the visitor service.

External guides must request a day and time to carry out their activity, which will be authorized as long as it does not affect other activities scheduled by the Museum.

Only official guides accredited by the Generalitat de Catalunya, teachers and professors from the Department of Education of the Generalitat de Catalunya, university professors, art school professors are authorized to guide and mediate inside the museum with both formal and non-formal education, Lleida Tourism guides and art curators.

Groups that come with external guides that meet these characteristics can never exceed the amount of 30 people per group. The reduced rate will be applied to the participants of these groups.

Audio guide

The MORERA’s audio guide service invites visitors to learn more about a carefully curated selection of some of the exhibition’s art and artists. The audio guide tour allows you to learn interesting facts about the collection that you wouldn’t know by simply looking at the art.

You can request an audio guide from reception or download one on your mobile phone.

Access the audio guide


  • Lockers

  • Rest areas

  • Resources for schools

  • • Terrace with viewpoint

  • Visitable Store Room

  • Lift

  • Inclusive and accessible toilets


The MORERA. Modern and Contemporary Art Museum of Lleida, in line with our strong commitment to universal accessibility, strives to ensure quality attention to audiences of different characteristics in all of our services.

One of our main objectives is to make our services and activities accessible to everyone. For this reason, the principle of accessibility underpins all aspects of our management, and we strive to apply it in all of our areas and services.

More information


Frequently asked questions

  • How can I get to the museum?

    Given its proximity to Lleida’s train station, the MORERA can be easily accessed by bus and train. There are also free and pay-per-use car parks nearby.

    How to get there
  • Is there any parking near the museum?

    Yes, there are quite a few. In the ‘how to get there’ section you will find the different free and paid options.

    How to get there
  • • Does the museum have entrances for people with reduced mobility?

    Yes, detailed information can be found in the Accessibility section.

  • Are there parking facilities for bikes and electric scooters?

    Yes, there are parking facilities on Carrer Baixada de l’Audiència and Rambla de Ferran.

  • What are the museum’s opening hours?

    You’ll find the normal and special opening hours in the Opening Hours section.

    See timetables

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