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About Sorolla Museum, Madrid

Approaching this elegant house, you’re possessed by a sudden tranquillity. Everything just blends so perfectly into everything else. This was early 20th century painter Sorolla’s home, where he drew quite a bit of his post-impressionism work. The painting galleries are stunning – you’ll find yourself wondering why you haven’t heard of this man before. Walking through, you’ll be seeing the house decorated as it was in the days when the artists lived here. The studio is a particular favourite of tourists, and I’ll bet you’ll leave with many ideas of what your own studio might one day look like.

Sorolla Museum Information

  • Public parking at Zurbano, 68 and General Martinez Campos, 42 duplicate.
  • No pictures, food, drinks, animals or smoking.
  • Groups need to make prior reservation before visiting the museum.

Sorolla Museum Tickets Prices

Reduced Ticket (groups of 8 or more people and cultural volunteers): 1.50EURO 

Free with the Madrid Card.

Free

  • Every Sunday
  • April 18 (World Heritage Day)
  • May 18 (International Museum Day)
  • October 12 (National Holiday of Spain)
  • December 6 (Day of the Spanish Constitution)
  • Under 18 years
  • ICOM members, APME, ANABAD, AEM, EGF
  • Members of the Board of the Foundation Museo Sorolla
  • Donors Museum attached to cultural property
  • Citizens of the European Union, Latin America and foreign residents in Spain: Over 65 years; Pensioners
  • People with disabilities and companion, when it is essential for your visit.
  • Holders of the Youth Card
  • Equivalent document
  • College Students
  • People officially unemployed
  • Members of large families
  • Teachers
  • Official Tourist Guides & Persons assigned to museum institutions.

Sorolla Museum Opening and Closing Hours

Museum Peak Hours:

  • Tuesday to Fridays: 11:00am to 1:00pm
  • Saturday: 11:00am to 1:00pm & 4:00pm to 6:00pm
  • Sunday: 11:00am to 2:00pm 

How To Get To Sorolla Museum by Public Transport

  • By Bus: 5, 7, 14, 16, 27, 40, 45, 61, 147 and 150.
  • By Metro: Church (Line 1)
  • Ruben Dario (line 5)
  • Gregorio Maranon (lines 7 and 10)

Restaurants Near Sorolla Museum

  • La Parcelita
  • Starbucks
  • Jose Luis Restaurante

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Address: Paseo del General Martínez Campos, 37, 28010 Madrid, Spain

Phone: +34-913101584

Ticket Price: 3 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:30 am - 08:00 pm Details

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  • Such an incredible museum. It was once the home of the impressionist painter Joaquin Sorolla. His work is stunning and the house itself is beautiful. You walk through a garden to get to the house, and inside you can see, among other things, his studio and an exhibition with photos following Sorolla's life. It's a wonderful museum that's easy to miss, but I highly recommend it!

  • I'm not usually a fan of fine arts museums, but this one is in my barrio so I felt obliged to go. I'm sad I didn't go sooner, it really was quite a good collection of a talented painter's work. What pushes this over the edge from good to great is the simple fact that you are actually in Sorolla's family's house, and walking through the rooms where he kept his paintings. You can see how he and his family lived, because you're there. The fine arts museum of Valencia, unfortunately, can't compete. (Although you should visit all the same if you like Sorolla. It's why I decided to visit this museum in the first place!)

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  • You start by entering the well decorated garden with some fountains and lots of different trees and plants. When you are a student and you have your student ID with you, you can enter for free. Otherwise it's only €3. I really like impressionism, the way the paintings were made. The atmosphere is pleasant, I really recommend this place, even if you are not really an art lover.

  • A really interesting museum, which used to be the house of Joaquin Sorolla. Full of great painting by himself. I found his style of painting unique.

  • What's on offer here is pretty clear: you get to visit (most of) the villa where the artist and his family lived and many of his greatest paintings. For those who admire his work it's a an essential pilgrimage In 2016 there were renovation works on some stairs which meant we could only see half of it, but there is something very special about the place and seeing the works, paintings of his family, original furniture, and some of the equipment he used such as palette and brushes paints etc. The gift shop has an excellent selection of books which allow you to access photos of his entire catalogue, and it's a handy way to see other works not on display. What would be good would be to see his postcard sized studies on display, not just the grand works. For painters, and lovers of art, a great spot worth the walk. The surrounding areas feel very safe and there are one or two cafes nearby if you need to stop for a refreshment nearby. In good weather, the small manicured garden in a restful oasis with some charming sculptures.

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