A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration, Madrid
About A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration, Madrid
A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Calle Amaniel, 29, 28015 Madrid, Spain
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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Embraced in a building built in 1900, the ABC Museum of Drawing and Illustration is a cultural venue with 2 exhibition rooms. One of the rooms is used a publication storeroom, laboratory, warehouse and also has a a small café.
The ABC museum itself showcases the best of comics, animation and illusion spirited with modern art. The use of spaces and shapes is the highlight of the museum that is sure to leave you awe-struck and inspired.
A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration Ticket Prices
- Admission is Free of cost.
Group tour prices:
- Groups 5-9 people: Euros 30
- Groups 10-14 people: Euros 50
- Groups 15-19 people: Euros 70
- Groups 20-24 people: Euros 80
- Groups 25-30 people: Euros 100
For other prices, visit the official website.
A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration Opening and Closing Hours
- Tuesday to Saturday: 11.00 am to 7.00 pm
- Sunday: 10.00 am to 1.00 pm
- For other timings, visit the official website.
How To reach A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration by Public Transport
- By Metro: Ventura Rodriguez
- By Bus: Conde Duque - Centro Cultural.
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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A B C Museum Of Drawing And Illustration, Madrid Reviews - Write a Review
Not so much a museum as it is a book store. Which by itself is amazing. It is the largest selection of design books I've seen in one place. Very interesting stuff from all over the world with beautiful design. The building is also fantastic. The metal panel facade is striking and the underlit floor modules are really cool looking at night. They gate off the courtyard when it gets dark though. The museum is not exceptionally inspiring, but you should still go up to the second level to walk through the connector.
It is a small museum about grafic art. The book shop is amazing as well. It is worth a 30 minutes visit and it is for free!
Quite small (2 main exhibit spaces) but excellent, with a good bookshop. Helpful staff who speak English.
Nice and quiet place to visit. Also has a great book store with collector's editions kid's books.
Cute little museum in a neighbourhood full of life and cafes and bars. FREE entry, donation based. Nice gift shop with lots of books and trinkets. Would recommend! Only takes about an hour max to see it all, completely in Spanish though!
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