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Chillida Leku is devoted to the work and life of sculptor Eduardo Chillida. It consists of the "Zabalaga" farmhouse and its garden. It is a unique museum, designed itself as a great work of art. It represents an organic fusion of art and nature. The sculptures are integrated into the landscape as if they had always been part of it. In the garden, which spread over 11 hectares, beeches, oaks and magnolias stand alongside more than 40 monumental sculptures of steel and granite, positioned in perfect dialogue with the environment. Although the works appear monumental, this place is on a human scale, the scale the artist always used in his work, making human beings his yard stick.

The museum is a large open space that can be visited in different ways. There is no single route.

It has car park, a café and a shop.

General information

Barrio Jauregui, 66. Hernani 20120 Gipuzkoa.

+34 943 335 963

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April - September 10:00 - 20:00. November - February 10:00 - 18:00. March and October: 10:00 - 19:00. Closed Tuesdays. From November to February the museum also closes on Wednesdays.


  • Adult entrance: €12, and with guided tour €18
  • Entrance for children under 8 years old: Fre.
  • Entrance for under 18s, disabled and unemployed: €6, and with a guided tour €9
  • Entrance for the over 65s and students: €10, and with a guided tour €15
  • Entrance for groups of more than 10 people: €10, please get in touch for group guided tours.

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Accessibility information


  • It can be reached by adapted public transport.
  • Line BU05 of the Lurraldebus intercity bus network stops 50m from the museum. To get from the bus stop to the museum, a passage under the road must be used, accessing by stairs or by a ramp.
  • Information on lines and schedules:
  • The pedestrian route between the bus stop and the museum is accessible to wheelchair users.

Parking spaces for PRM

  • The museum has a private car park.
  • It has 2 spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility.
  • Dimensions: 3.0m by 6.0m.


  • The museum has a main entrance.
  • Automatic sliding door with a clearance of > 90cm.
  • The turning radius on the inside and outside of the door is greater than 1.50m.
  • It has turnstiles that are accessible to wheelchair users.
  • The access door is made of glass and has signalling bands.

Information point

  • Double height counter and free access area for wheelchair users.
  • You can find information and buy tickets on the website.

Adapted toilets

  • The museum has adapted toilets, one per sex, located within a block of toilets.
  • The door clearance is 90cm.
  • The turning radius is 1.50m.
  • The toilets have a fixed bar and a folding bar.

Getting around

The museum visit is accessible to wheelchair users. Please note! Steep ramps of 7%.

Please note! Steep ramps of 7%.

There are areas with uneven flooring.

Please note! Some areas of the museum are poorly lit.

The farmhouse has stairs and an elevator.

Please note! The second floor of the farmhouse is accessed by an elevator of 1.17 m deep x 86cm wide.

Please note! There are aerial obstacles on the course, such as showcases with overhangs under 2.20m in height.

Shop and café

  • The shop has a double height counter.
  • Accessible café.

Assistance dogs

Assistance dogs (guide, signal, medical alert, autism, service dogs for people with reduced mobility, etc.) are admitted free of charge, in accordance with Law 10/2007, of 29 June, on Assistance Dogs for the Care of People with Disabilities.

Physical accessibility

  • Adapted toilets.
  • Parking spaces for PRM.
  • Accessible vertical and horizontal access and circulation.

Please note! The second floor of the farmhouse is accessed by an elevator of 1.17 m deep x 86cm wide.

Visual accessibility

  • The sculptures in the garden can be touched and some can even be entered.

Hearing accessibility

  • No magnetic induction loop, sign guides, video guides or sign language tours.