The Museum for groups

The Ralli Museum does not offer guided tours. However, we invite you to enjoy a free self-guided visit of the collection of Latin American and European art housed by the Museum.

For groups of over 20 people, advance booking is recommended by calling 952 857 923 or sending an e-mail to

Our recommendation!
Ask reception for assistance to view the work “Reflejo de lo que fue, pensando lo que será” by Eduardo Soriano.


School visits

Every school year, the Ralli Museum in Marbella welcomes visits from schools and educational establishments. To continue promoting visits and the enjoyment of the Ralli Collection among children and young people, the Ralli Museum reminds you of the following:

– Access to the Museum is free.

– Just call in advance on 952 85 79 23 to book your visit.

– The Ralli Museum has large exhibition spaces to accommodate group visits as well as an outdoor courtyard where visitors can take a break and eat breakfast.*

– To enjoy the visit and these spaces to a maximum, groups should ideally contain a maximum of 30 children. They can be alternated with a new group on the same day or be divided across the different floors within the Museum.

– Students must be accompanied by teachers or responsible adults throughout the visit (3 adults per group of 25-30 children).


Personalise your visit!

The Ralli Museum does not offer guided visits, but we can provide you with material for use in class as well as in the Museum. These resources provide a guide to both the educator and the student on the art and concepts that they will find during their visit to the Ralli Collection.

We recommend focusing your visit on a specific theme within the wide range of works exhibited to give a better understanding of the concepts and gain a deeper knowledge of the collection before and during your visit.

For more information or to request material, please contact

Recommendations and rules during your visit to the Museum: 

The Museum is a place to have fun and learn but there are certain rules that have to be followed:
Do not touch the works or the walls. Do not run, skid or slide.
Do not eat inside the Museum.
You are allowed to talk! But please do so one at a time and without shouting.
Bring your camera! Take pictures of the works (without flash) or videos, so you can take the experience home.


*The Ralli Museum does not have a cafeteria and cannot provide breakfast. The school or the students are responsible for bringing breakfast if they wish.
**For a more comfortable visit, students must leave their backpacks in the Museum’s reception. Any material needed for the visit and activities should be taken out beforehand and carried at all times by an adult. Don’t worry, backpacks will be returned to students for breaks or breakfast if they are to be held in the Museum courtyard.