Opening hours / Prices and discounts

Opening hours

1 March-31 October:

Wednesday to Sunday

  • 10:00-14:00
  • 16:00-19:00

1 November-28 February:

Wednesday to Friday

  • 10:00-14:00

Saturdays and Sundays

  • 10:00-14:00
  • 16:00-19:00

Easter week and public holidays:

  • 10:00-14:00
  • 16:00-19:00

Closed on the following dates:

  • 1 and 6 January
  • 30 November
  • 24, 25 & 31 December

 

Admission prices and discounts (*)

(including VAT)

General: 3 €

Groups: 2 €

More than 5 people

With discount: 1.50 €

  • Members of Hirukide (The Federation of Associations of Large Families of the Basque Country)
  • Schoolchildren 
  • Pensioners 
  • Users of Nekatur (Association of Agro-tourism and Rural Guesthouses of the Basque Country)
  • Members of Eusko Ikaskuntza (scientific and cultural organisation)
  • Members of Bastero

Free admission:

  • On Thursdays
  • For members of ICOM
  • For children aged under 12 

Guided tours: 1 €

Combined tickets

The Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa offers combined tickets that admit holders to all three of its museums:

Combined ticket: 7 €

  • Zumalakarregi Museum (Ormaiztegi), a benchmark organisation for the study of the Basque Country in the 19th century, based at Iriarte Erdikoa, a typical Basque farmhouse dating back to the 18th century.
  • The Shipping Museum [Untzi Museoa-Museo Naval] in Donostia-San Sebastián, dedicated to Basque maritime history and heritage, based on the city’s harbour front in the 18th century Consulado [Merchants’ Guild] tower-house.

Guided tours are included with advanced bookings. Tickets can be purchased at any of the three museums, and have no expiry date. Alternatively, a combined ticket for only the two inland museums can be purchased.

Combined ticket: 5 €

  • The Igartubeiti Farmhouse Museum (Ezkio-Itsaso), a building dating from the 16th and 17th centuries that shows the history and development of Basque farmhouses.
  • Zumalakarregi Museum (Ormaiztegi), a benchmark organisation for the study of the Basque Country in the 19th century, based at Iriarte Erdikoa, a typical Basque farmhouse dating back to the 18th century.

Guided tours are included with advanced bookings. Tickets can be purchased at either of the two museums, and have no expiry date.