St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts, Madrid
About St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts, Madrid
St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Alcala, 13, 28014 Madrid, Spain (Centro)
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
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15th-20th century paintings adorn this museum and art gallery, which is also HQ to the Madrid Academy of Art. The neo-classical building is beautiful enough, and the works of the masters within even more so. The place really doesn’t need to advertise itself; boasting alumni such as Pablo Picasso, Goya, Salvador Dalí, Antonio López García, Juan Luna, Oscar de la Renta and Fernando Botero means that those who need to know about, know about it. There are 400 paintings, 600 sculptures, and 15,000 drawings from Spanish, Italian and Flemish artists; and enough decorative arts (tapestries, silver, ceramics, porcelain, clocks, furniture and medals) to keep you occupied for hours.
St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts Information
- Timing of the temporary exhibition will vary on holiday period. Check the official website for the updated timings.
St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts Ticket Prices
- General: 8 EURO
- Guests (with ID): 4 EURO ( for seniors over 65 years; students over 25 years; international student card holder; groups between 15 to 25 people; Members of the FEAM).
- Free admission (with ID): children under 18; college students between 18 and 25; legal person unemployed; museum professionals; journalists; teachers and many more.
- Check the official website to know more about free admission and reduced ticket prices.
St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts Opening and Closing Hours
- Temporary exhibition is closed on: 1st and 6th January; 1st and 30th May; 24th, 25th and 31st December.
How To reach St. Fernando Royal Academy Of Fine Arts by Public Transport
- Metro Line 1, 2, 3 stop Puerta del Sol
- Trains C3 and C4 stop Puerta del Sol
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went to visit during free wednesday, not many people though so it was an enjoyable and quiet visit. Has 3 floors. Might take you 2-3 hours to see everything. The building itself is beautiful too!!!
Substantially more lightly visited than the 'big three' art museums of Madrid, the Real Academia is well-worth a visit. Free the 1st Wednesday of the month, and even then is lightly trafficked. Expect to spend between three and four hours to fully appreciate the collection. Would also be well-worth the admission charge. The collection is particularly strong in 17th through 19th century art.
This museum is hardly ever visited. It has a mix of minor artists and the greats like Goya, el Greco and Sorolla amongst others..
Painting and sculpture are the main attraction in this lovely museum .It has three floors so you better have some time . You can also see the hall of the Spanish Academy .
This is a place to visit. Ot will take 2 to 3h the visit. 8 euros for general entrance. In this museum you are alowed to take photos.
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