National Museum Of Romanticism, Madrid
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National Museum Of Romanticism, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle San Mateo, 13, 28004 Madrid, Spain
Ticket Price: 3 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 08:30 pm Details
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Sometimes a snowball starts rolling and kicks off an avalanche. Here, an impromptu exhibition of 80 painting in 1921 led to numerous famed artists donating their works into what has becomes Madrid’s greatest Romantic treasure. The collection of over 20000 items (paintings, furniture, porcelain, books, photos) has allowed for significant research and educational activities to be carried out. Check out the website for a detailed calendar of activities. A surprising side effect of this collection is that it offers a unique ort of insight into the lives of bygone era. Also, reserve your visit ahead of time – only 100 people are allowed to be in the building at a time. The most famous painting here is Goya’s San Gregorio Magno, Papa . Also be sure to check out the store and the Garden café, which has an excellent selection of coffee and home-made cakes (access to them is free of the museum).
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National Museum Of Romanticism Information
- Flashless photography.
- Silent mobile.
- Deposit bags.
- Guide dogs only.
- No smokes, foods or drinks.
National Museum Of Romanticism Ticket Prices
- Admissions Saturday at 2:00 pm.
- On Sundays.
- On holidays like - April 18 (World Heritage Day); May 18(International Museum Day); October 12 (National Holiday of Spain); December 6 (Day of the Spanish Constitution)
- Entry is Free for children under 18 years
- Members of ICOM, APME, ANABAD, AEM and EGF
- Members of the Board of the Museum of Romanticism.
- Members of the Friends of the Museum of Romanticism.
- Donor cultural property attached to the Museum and Museum Volunteers.
- Citizens Union, Latin America and foreign residents in Spain: Over 65 years; Pensioners.
- People with disabilities.
- Holders of the Youth Card or equivalent document.
- Undergraduates, workers unemployed, large families, teachers & official tourist guides.
- Personnel assigned to museum institutions.
- Children under 18, seniors above 65 and university students: Free admission
Reduced price: 1.5EURO
How To reach National Museum Of Romanticism by Public Transport
- Subway: Alonso Martinez, lines 4, 5 and 10.
- Court, lines 1 and 10.
- Bus: Lines 3, 37, 40 and 149.
- RENFE: Recoletos, lines C2, C7, C8 and C10.
- Public Parking at Barcelo Street, No. 2.
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I totally recommend you to visit it :) it's not the most typical museum, so it's perfect if you want to do something different but cultural at the same time. It's very very cheap, even free for students younger than 25. And it's very well located, in the heart of one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Madrid.
Beautiful museum with paintings and objects from the era in the various restored rooms of this “typical” 18th-century villa. The garden is a lovely garden place for a romantic glass of wine or tea and cakes. it also has wonderful temporary contemporary installations like Juan Millás’ “A grove of trees from a point of view” (until January 2018).
Neat little museum, but the staff at the front desk/tickets/information don't speak any English and were incredibly rude to me. Yes, I realize it's not an English speaking country but if you're going to work at a tourist attraction, you should have a passing knowledge of a few different languages because guess what? You're going to have to interact with tourists from other countries. I am a pretty seasoned traveler and I have NEVER encountered anything like the behavior from these people, all over a misunderstanding about one euro. Enter at your own risk or skip altogether and visit "The Big Three" (Prado, Thyssen, Reina Sofia) or the Royal Palace where you will be treated as a welcome guest and not subjected to an employee shouting at you in Spanish, stomping, and flailing her arms around making a spectacle of herself in front of other visitors because I don't have one euro to lock up my very small bag - which no other museum in any other part of Madrid or the world has ever insisted I lock up before. In contrast, the employees actually inside the exhibit were extremely pleasant and helpful.
Beautiful museum packed with old and nice objects. Well done and fair prize.
Fantastic! Staff were so pleasant and helpful. Lots of interesting artifacts to see. Loved it.
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