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Madrid Prado Museum Entrance Ticket
from US$17.39*
Madrid Prado Museum Entrance Ticket
from US$17.39*
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The Prado has one of the largest art collections in the world, and is best known for its diverse assortment of works by Velasquez, Goya and El Greco.
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Calle Ruiz de Alarcon 23, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Paseo del Prado
+34 902 10 70 77
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Reviewed today via mobile

My wife and I spent the better part of 3 hours here and had such an excellent time viewing all the paintings of the artists I had learned about in my Spanish classes. The museum has tons of masterpieces and is a great value as...More

Thank Taylor J
Reviewed today

Some of the most important works in Spanish art are here (pre 20th century) - Goya, Velasquez, El Greco....great way to escape the afternoon heat.

Thank pags-21
Reviewed today

One of the world's greatest collections of masterpieces. I won't even write a review: Bring your early morning self to the museum and stay a long while and see some of the world's most renown pieces, please. I wish I could have spent more time...More

Thank JetBoyJonas
Reviewed today

I had a chance to visit this museum with friends in late July. We saw some beautiful art and also were amused to see a very talented artist with his canvas set up and painting a copy of one of the pieces. In the past,...More

Thank Melanie M
Reviewed today

El Prado is surely a place to visit while in Madrid with great masterpieces of Spanish art. However, I had feeling that the paintings were all a bit mixed, I couldn't understand if we follow art per phases or per certain artists cause they would...More

Thank claudiapezzi16
Reviewed yesterday

This museum is very well run, it is clean and well maintained. The exhibits are very nice and they have one of the largest collections. we also went the Lourve last week and we enjoyed the Prado 10 times more!

Thank cb7210
Reviewed yesterday

If you aren't into spending all day in a museum and just want to see a few of the fantastic exhibits available here, then you can get in for free for the last 2 hours of the day. We went on a Saturday at 7...More

Thank papasteveo
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You don’t buy your entry ticket at the entrance, it is purchased around the corner. There was no queue. A labyrinthine layout. If you like your Old Masters and characterful faces looking out at you from the past this is for you.

Thank Ian H
Reviewed yesterday

Had the audio guide which was worth the investment (not expensive). Hard to get my bearings at first in the museum, but staff quite helpful.

Thank Jane M
Reviewed 2 days ago

It was a Saturday afternoon in the middle of summer and I was surprised to be able to walk straight up to the ticket counter and through the entrance. I was also surprised at the reasonable cost of Euros 15 for adults and half price...More

Thank Tom F
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Paseo del Prado
The area around the elegant Paseo del Prado boulevard
is much-visited by both locals and tourists. The
world-famous Prado, the Reina Sofia, and the
Thyssen-Bornemisza museums form a triangle of art and
culture that spans this grand and beautiful avenue. On
weekdays, the Prado Museum opens its doors for free
after-work hours, drawing a diverse and excited queue
of art lovers that wraps around the block. Palacio de
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Carly F
22 July 2018|
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Response from peter b | Reviewed this property |
There is a separate queue for prebooked tickets
17 July 2018|
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Response from Cristian H | Reviewed this property |
Yes... you can draw there. I saw various people drawing inside the museum and no one told them to stop. What I am sure you CANNOT do is bring in a stand and set things up to draw. A sketch pad is ok but an easel etc.. will... More
26 June 2018|
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Response from Linda H | Reviewed this property |
We did not have a specified hour. We went when convenient that day