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LOWER PRIMARY (3-8 YEARS)
- General Visit: Explore the architecture and reveal the meaning of the temple to the student.

- Nature and Technology Visit: Based on the general visit but with emphasis on seeking out natural motifs.

- Symbolic and Spiritual Visit: Explore the religious side of the basilica and the symbols it contains.

UPPER PRIMARY (8-12 YEARS)
- General Visit: Explore the architecture and reveal the meaning of the temple to the student via the iconography, geometry, etc.

- Nature and Technology Visit: Based on the general visit but looking in more depth at the use of and experimentation with natural elements.

- History and Society Visit: Based on the general visit but also exploring the historical context of the temple's construction spanning three centuries.

- Symbolic and Spiritual Visit: Explore the meaning of the Sagrada Familia via its religious iconography and the connection between Gaudí, nature and Christianity.
COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION (12-16 YEARS)
- General Visit: Based on the analysis of Gaudí's aims by discovering architectural and symbolic elements, leading to experiencing the exceptionality of the space and the application of specialised vocabulary.

- Nature and Technology Visit: Based on the general visit but with a deeper study of the natural motifs and the connection between Gaudí's work, natural forms and geometry.

- History and Society Visit: Based on the general visit but situating the temple in the historical context of its construction spanning three centuries. Aimed at groups who would like to complement what they have learned about Gaudí and Modernisme in the classroom.

- Symbolic and Spiritual Visit: Analysis of Gaudí's aims to represent the message of the Gospels and Church liturgy with architectural, iconographic and decorative elements.

- Visits for Foreign Students: An introduction to the iconography of the temple and its historical context in the city of Barcelona.
Visits are available in Catalan, Spanish, English or French.