Museo Casa De La MonedaCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
The Museo Casa de la Moneda has a vast collection of historic artefacts including 1500 drawings and 5000 prints, a number of statues, models of sculptures that are extracted from Italian, Flemish, Spanish and French schools of the 16th and 18th centuries.
The Lottera Games collection are a rare treat for history lovers and consist of lotteries printed in Spain since the 1940’s.
- Philately and Precursors exhibit with stamp collection dating back to 1850.
- Numismatics exhibit with coins that date back to the Roman and Greek times. The exhibition also includes a medal series from Italian Renaissance artists such as Pisanello, Matthew Pasti, Sperandio, Iacopo da Trezzo, Leone or Pompeo Leoni.
- Admission is Free.
- By Metro: O'Donnell
- By Bus: Dr. Esquerdo - Jorge Juan
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Very interesting museum. Definitely worth strolling through if you are in the area and have the time. WARNING: this is NOT the place where "Money Heist" was filmed!
Super rude people. Walked through the museum and watched the videos which was cool. The whole point of the trip was to make the souvenir coin but they kick us out after 45 minutes at 2:14pm when it said it was open until 5:30pm. The two workers turned off lights and locked but but wouldn’t answer our questions on when they would be open again so we could create our souvenir coins. Just ruined a nice experience at an otherwise nice museum. Overall, rude staff - there are way better museums with friendly staff in the city.
La Casa de Papel's site is elsewhere! Look up Consejo Superior de Investigacion Cientifica on your maps app! 👍 1/2 hour by public transport from Casa de Moneda
It's a great place to know the history of the Spain
Very nice museum with a lot to see!