Ene.National Energy Museum has put into effect a guided visit service that will tour the spaces of the first installation opened to the public: a thermal power plant constructed between the years 1920 and 1930.
Visitors will be able to access a guided visit in two ways:
Without a reservation (weekends and holidays)
The service can be requested at the entrance of the Museum and the visits will begin when a group of at least 5 persons is formed. The price is €5 per person, and the visit will last approximately one hour. Pensioners, minors, and unemployed persons pay half the normal price (€2.50). The following times for tours have been established:
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: 11:00 am, 12:30 pm, 4:30 pm, and 5:30 pm.
With a reservation
Guided visits for groups will have a fee of €5 per person, with the duration of the tour being approximately one hour.
For cultural groups such as associations, professional colleges, institutions, foundations, and graduate schools, the fee will be €3 per person.
Ene.Museum also envisions group visits that do not require an accompanying guide. In this case, they should also be arranged by telephone and the maximum time inside the museum building will be an hour and a half. These groups will also need to follow the instructions of museum personnel. In this case, the price will be €1.50 per person.
Lastly, Ene.Museum has developed a programme of guided visits directed toward firms and institutions that desire to offer their clients and employees an opportunity to get to know Ene.National Energy Museum in a special way. Visits can be concluded with a glass of wine, cocktail, lunch, or dinner in one of the spaces that the museum rents out (see Rental of Spaces). This type of visit will occur when the Museum is not open to the public.
Winter Schedule (from October to April): From Wednesday to Monday (except Tuesday) from 7:00 pm onward
Summer Schedule (from May to September): from Wednesday to Monday (except Tuesday) from 9:00 pm onward
Documentation to present during the visit
Proof of reservation that the museum will send by e-mail as confirmation of the group’s reservation.
A card of accreditation. To be presented by groups or associations that must certify a certain condition (schools, pensioners, disabled under 18 years old, etc.) in order to qualify for a reduced charge.
This will be presented on the day of the visit at the reception area of the museum. The accreditation must have the following pieces of information:
- VAT number of the institution
- Number of members of the group
- Name of the person responsible for the group
- Contact details
- Name of the course (for educational institutions)
Visits of School/University Groups
Ene.National Energy Museum has designed different kinds of activities appropriate for each educational level from pre-school through university. The activities offer the possibility of utilizing the institution’s own tools and teaching resources.