Museo Lazaro Galdiano, Madrid
About Museo Lazaro Galdiano, Madrid
Museo Lazaro Galdiano, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle de Serrano, 122, 28006 Madrid, Spain
Ticket Price: 6 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
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Every time I hear about an art gallery that became famous for the simple reason that it was one long dead man’s good taste that brought it about, celebrity seems like an easy thing to achieve. Hah! Good taste takes time to develop, as this terrific collection exemplifies. Lazaro Galdiano filled this palace of his with priceless manuscripts, objects from all over the world (Ireland, Egypt, Rennaisance) such as welery, small bronzes, both ecclesiastical and domestic silver, ceramics, carved ivory, and numismatics. Let’s not even get started on his paintings. This private art collection is widely acknowledged to be one of the best and most tastefully curated in the world. And the jewels! Oh, the jewels!
Museo Lazaro Galdiano Information
- October tours by reservation only.
- For group visits, prior appointment is required.
Museo Lazaro Galdiano Ticket Prices
- Free Admission from 3:30pm to 4:30pm hours and Sundays from 2:00pm to 3:00pm hours.
- Children under 12 accompanied by an adult.
- Citizens legal unemployment.
- EUR 8 for afternoon tours.
- Reduced tickets: 3 EURO ( for pensioners over 60; disabled visitors, families, groups of 10 people or more).
Museo Lazaro Galdiano Opening and Closing Hours
- Closed on Holy Thursday and Good Friday.
How To reach Museo Lazaro Galdiano by Public Transport
- Buses: C/Serrano 9, 16, 19, 51 and C / Maria de Molina - 12
- Paseo de la Castellana: 7, 14, 27, 40, 145 and 150 and C / Diego de Leon - 61
- By Metro: Line 5: Ruben Dario (exit Paseo de la Castellana)
- Lines 7 and 10: Gregorio Maranon
- Lines 5 and 9: Nunez de Balboa (exit Velazquez)
- Lines 6, 7 and 9: Avenida de America (leaving Pedro de Valdivia)
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This was good but did not have the charm of Sorolla or Cerralbo museums. Alot to get through and the textile collection is impressive. My personal preference is for a house museum that still feels like a house but its interesting to see.
Very nice. Well worth a couple of hours. Beautiful building and grounds. Staff pleasant.
Really interesting place. It's unbelievable to see what one person is able to collect during his life!! You wont find here just paintings but also sculptures, jewellery, weapons, textiles etc... I truly enjoyed my time in this mansion. The building itself is soo beautiful... I appreciated also little photos of how all the rooms looked when Mr. Galdiano lived there. In fact I secretly wished this museum wasn't about his collection... I wished I could see how Mr. Galdiano lived (furniture, items he used etc...) After visit it was also pleasure to sit in the garden. I just didn't like that you must visit the rooms in the exact order. The staff didn't let me enjoy my visit, stopped me in the middle and told me in which direction I should go. I mean... nobody cares if they see first room number 7 or 11, common... It would be ridiculous to say visitors in Museo del Prado in which order they are supposed to go too...
Great museum in the Salamanca district. No crowds and very interesting exhibitions.
Go there if you re around. It s not an option. It s a must. And it will be a shame if you could and did not. Really. It s a great collection.
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