School Groups

School Groups

School Groups

  • School Rates:
    €6 per student
    Minimum 10 students
    Monday to Friday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
    Profesores acompañantes gratis

Book your group

Submit your request for the day and time you wish to schedule the school visit, and the reservations team will confirm the visit within 24 to 48 hours.

If you have any doubts or questions, remember to include them in the 'Message' section of the form.


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Educational Program

The support of the German Embassy, History Channel, and the Axel Springer Foundation has enabled 5,500 students to visit the exhibition for free.

FaQ Schools

How can I make a reservation for my school group?
You can request your group visit through this booking form with your desired day and time.
Can I have a guided tour for my school group?
Absolutely! The visit is designed to be accompanied by individual audio guides, providing essential insights that will guide your students through the tour. This will help them understand and engage with the material in a specific and didactic manner.
What's the recommended age for this exhibition?
Our exhibition is designed to be accessible to all visitors, regardless of their prior knowledge of the subject. However, it's especially ideal for students in the 3rd and 4th years of high school and those in upper secondary education (Bachillerato).
What is the minimum number of students for a group reservation?
You will need at least 10 students (excluding teachers) to make a group reservation.
How can I make the payment for the visit?
When you make your reservation, you can choose to make an advance payment via bank transfer.
What days are available for school visits?
School visits can be scheduled from Monday to Friday between 10 am and 4 pm.

The Berlin Wall. A World Divided will trace the escalation of this conflict by showcasing the experiences lived on each side of the wall, with over 300 original objects, videos, and testimonies from direct witnesses of Berlin divided in the context of the Cold War.

Fundación Canal
Sala de exposiciones Castellana 214
Paseo de la Castellana, 214
28038 Madrid