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.
- 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.
- 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.
- By Metro: Ventura Rodriguez
- By Bus: Conde Duque - Centro Cultural.
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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A very small museum that's worth a visit if you are in the neighborhood. You can finish everything within half an hour. There is no entrance fee but they do ask for a small suggested donation of €3. Go if you can.
It's pay what you think (3euros recommended which is well worth it) and features some amazing artists of various late 20th century fashion paintings/ designs and at the minute there is a what I would describe as geometric art on the first floor.
Really cool museum with interesting modern art exhibits. When I visited, I believe there were two main exhibits spread across two floors. There is also a cute library of various books with art, and I saw a hilariously dark comic book, which I enjoyed so much that I read it cover to cover. A worthwhile experience, especially being that it's free!
Amazing collection of books in the bookstore. The exhibition part is less impressive, but worth of visiting.
A pretty decent and free museum that offers quirky exhibitions. Would recommend for a nice stroll. They have very good leaflets with lots of information to understand the artists even if you don't speak Spanish.