The Museum will be closed from the 3rd June due to a change of exhibition.

Practical information


Individual entrance to the museum

3 €

Group fee. 5 people or more

2 €

Reduced fee. Members of large families, students, over 65 years of age

1,5 €


Thursday (except holidays)

18th may - International Museum Day

Final days Exhibition: 31st May to 2nd June 2024



  • Children up to 14 years of age
  • Youth card
  • Members ICOM
  • People with disabilities and their companion.
  • Unemployed people
  • Personas perceptoras de RGI, AGI o PNC

Guided tours on request

Guided tours for schools

2,5 € per person

Guided tours for general fee groups and collectives (except schools) and people with reduced fee

+1 € per person


Tuesday to saturday

10:00-14:00 / 16:00-19:00

Sundays and public holidays


From 15th June to 15th September: 11:00-14:00 to 16:00-19:00


A partir del 3 de junio el Museo permanecerá cerrado por cambio de exposición.


Mondays the Museum will be closed.

A partir del 3 de junio el Museo permanecerá cerrado por cambio de exposición

1st, 6th and 20th January and 25th December
24th and 31st December: 10:00h - 14:00h.



Shop and bookstore: Opening hours of the Museum.

Payment methods: card and cash.

Baby changing table.

Wheelchair loan service.


Euskal Itsas Museoa - Museo Marítimo Vasco. Kaiko pasealekua, 24 - 20003 Donostia (Gipuzkoa).



Private vehicles

The Euskal Itsas Museoa is located in the Port of San Sebastián, a pedestrian area where access by private vehicle is not permitted.

Nearby are the Boulevard and Okendo car parks, as well as the OTA parking area on Paseo Nuevo.



The Museum is connected to the city's bike lane. There is bicycle parking next to the building


Public transport

The museum is a few minutes' walk from the bus stops and taxi ranks on Paseo del Boulevard.

Just for you

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Personalized visits inside and outside the Museum.
Actividades, ventajas y tarifas.

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Study, consult and participate. Count on our team to complete your work.

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Come and discover the museum as a family, we offer resources and activities for adults and children to enjoy.

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Our educational offer offers activities for all educational levels. And if you any further information.

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As part of our commitment to universal accessibility, we are constantly working to open the museum and its programmes to one and all. Our Accessibility Plan includes the gradual implementation of accessibility measures and a range of visits adapted to users' different needs.

Physical accessibility



The museum makes a wheelchair available to visitors, which can be requested at the reception.

Access and interior movement

The museum has an exterior access ramp to the building and is entirely accessible to people with wheelchairs.


There is an internal elevator to access floors 1 and 2 with visual and audible stop indication. From the cabin you can communicate with the outside world via voice message.


The museum has two adapted toilets on the first floor. One of them has a baby changing table.

Visual and audio accessibility



It has a beep type acoustic signal upon arrival at the different stops and when the door opens.
The lighting level in the cabin is adequate.


The museum has a magnetic loop for people with hearing aids or cochlear implants at the public service desk. In addition, individual magnetic loops for use can be requested at the reception to improve the quality of the guided tour.

Guide dogs

Los perros guía que acompañan a personas ciegas, perros de servicio y perros de aviso, son bienvenidos al museo. Se dispone de cuencos de agua en la planta baja.


Accessibility kit that contains various technical aids to facilitate reading for people with vision difficulties.

Cognitive accessibility


The museum organizes visits and experiences adapted to the needs of all people. To find out about the visit options and available programs, it is recommended to call by phone at: 943 43 00 51 and/or contact by email:

Other services

The museum has an accompaniment service for any visitors who wish to make use of it.

Rest areas are available on routes through the museum.


We are part of GERTU KULTURA, a network where we offer, along with other cultural programmers in Gipuzkoa, cultural activities at affordable prices for people in vulnerable situations. We encourage you to consult in the following link our activities: Museo Marítimo Vasco - Gertu Kultura.

The museum's Accessibility program has been promoted by K6 Gestión Cultural in collaboration with Elkartu (Federación Coordinadora de Personas con Discapacidad Física de Gipuzkoa) and other social entities.


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