Centro De Exposiciones Arte Canal, Madrid
About Centro De Exposiciones Arte Canal, Madrid
Centro De Exposiciones Arte Canal, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 214, 28046 Madrid, Spain
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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The Canal Art Exhibition Centre is popular for its ‘larger-than-life’ exhibits that make for one of the most immersive art experiences in the city . Whether you want to board the Titanic, see Cleopatra at her regal best or take a stroll in the gardens, the centre is perfect if you are looking for art that you can live and breathe!
The luxurious décor and highly detailed exhibits are the reasons locals as well as tourists flock to the place all year round.
Centro De Exposiciones Arte Canal Ticket Prices
- Prices are dependant on the exhibition. For admission prices of trending exhibitions, visit the official website.
- The general range of prices is Euros 5 per person.
How To reach Centro De Exposiciones Arte Canal by Public Transport
- By Metro: Cuzco
- By Bus: Juzgados
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Centro De Exposiciones Arte Canal, Madrid Reviews - Write a Review
With no opening hours or days listed on their website, we had an entirely wasted journey only to be met by a rude security guard. Their doors were open but we were not permitted entry. Being used to English (always free) museums that are almost always open, we were unimpressed.
Visited for the Cleopatra exhibition. Was well designed space and interesting exhibition. As I don't speak any Spanish, the audio guide in English was very helpful.
This collection was the sole reason for our visit to Madrid, it's a long way from Manchester in a car but well worth the visit. The ticket prices were very reasonable and I was able to book online in advance. I am a huge Alonso fan, but I decided to visit when all my family could go, so we waited till the Easter holidays. I was a little concerned that my husband and daughters wouldn't enjoy it as much as me but thankfully they did. There were numerous exhibits to interest all the family. My daughters enjoyed the interactive track and the ps3 simulator. It was very amusing to see my 5 year old try and reach the pedals, but she did it and loved every minute. The collection is extensive and I particularly found interesting comparing the development of the cars throughout the years. I was surprised to see that even the steering wheels were in every car. There were workshops for the children as well, even though we didn't participate and displays regarding all aspects of F1, from tyres to the calendar. It is well put together for a private collection, every bit just as good as the F1 section at the Ferrari museum in Maranello. I really hope Fernando makes it a permanent exhibit and keeps adding to it. Definitely worth a visit before it ends.
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