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Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales
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Fundacion Juan March
Art Museums, Concerts
Casa Museo Lope de Vega
History Museums, Speciality Museums
Museo de la Catedral de la Almudena
History Museums, Churches & Cathedrals
Naval Museum
History Museums, Speciality Museums
Museo Arqueologico Nacional
Art Museums, History Museums
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#1 of 119 Museums in Madrid
The Prado is one of the great art museums, with must-see Velasquez, Rubens, Tiziano and Bosch collections, and many pieces by other great artists, including Caravaggio.
I haven't visit many museums but from my small experiences this is one of the best!!! Great art paintings from some of the most important artists in the world!!! Very big you need more than 6 hours to explore it w...
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#2 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Whenever in Madrid, go and visit Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, one of the best museums in the world, with fantastic art collection, seasonable displays and a great environment.
Located very closely to the Prado and Reina Sofia museums, this is also a must see! Personally, it was the one I enjoyed the most as it has a wide range of art and an impressive collection of brilliant pieces from...
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#3 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Definitely worth the visit when you are in Madrid other than the wonderful Prado, Reina Sophia and Thiessen museums.
48 hour Madrid Card costs 60€ and gets you into all art museums and all other museums, royal palace, cable cars and tour of bernabeu stadium.
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#4 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Always coming back to this amazing museums which hosts today an amazing collection of modern and contemporary art as well as the best program in the world of temporary exhibitions .
Depending on plans for which museums you are going to see, consider the 2 visit pass to Prado, the Paseo del Arte 3 museum pass (Prado, Reina Sofia, Thyssen), or the annual membership card for national museums (mu...
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#5 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Unlike the cool grandeur of the big museums, the Museo Sorolla is homey, warm, and turn of the century with a beautiful private garden and a great tour through the house.
... in the museum works a lot too in different activities as concerts, guided visits and other activities that permit the Madrilians and foreigners enjoy one of the most peaceful and delicious museums in Madrid.
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#6 of 119 Museums in Madrid
One of the best museums I've ever visited, with a great diversified collection, showcasing amazing prehistoric finds alongside some of humanity's greatest works, with a beautiful emphasis on the Roman culture
In the shadow of the three famous museums (The Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection and the Reina Sofia Museum) people may miss this excellent exhibition with several outstanding pieces, historic artifacts, sc...
#7 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Having visited the Prado and Reina Sofia, both world class museums, I wanted to sample some smaller museums in Madrid which is crowded (happily) with fine museums, I chose the Cerralbo and was most pleased with th...
What a gem of a museum, more than just a collection of dusty old relics like some museums, this place is just as the previous owner left it when he died, full of centuries of priceless artifacts collected by the o...
#8 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Wonderfully preserved house and museum
Fascinating House Museum
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#9 of 119 Museums in Madrid
In many museums we skip the "fussy" stuff like jewelry, medals, coins, porcelain and crystal, but in this one we looked at every bit of it to get a better understanding of the collector himself, and the house he l...
One of five house museums in Madrid, this one is located in a lovely neighborhood.
#10 of 119 Museums in Madrid
The Naval Museum of Spain hosts a fantastic collection of maritime replicas and objects typically missed by those who visit Prado and Thyssen Museums.
Largest and most impressive collection of naval artifacts, models, murals, etc that we have ever seen,a nd we have been to a lot of maritime museums.
#11 of 119 Museums in Madrid
This museum has a few dinosaur related displays, but its strength is in fossils from older eras: lots of trilobites, crinoids, brachiopods, carboniferous plants, etc. Plus as other reviews say, the building itself...
A fabulous museum in a beautiful building but don't forget your passport!
#12 of 119 Museums in Madrid
I love this museum and am so glad I found the recommendations on TripAdvisor as it is a bit out of the way, away from all the main art museums in Madrid.
One of five house museums in Madrid, this museum is full of charming period rooms and art of the 19th century.
#13 of 119 Museums in Madrid
This is fourth of the best museums in Madrid and has an excellent collection.
The museum is well laid out, quiet, and full of beautiful art with works by Cano, Zurbaran, Titian, Rubens, Murillo, Rivera, Bassano, Van Dyck, El Greco, Sorolla, etc.
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#14 of 119 Museums in Madrid
A really good art center near the two biggest museums cities of Madrid (Prado and Queen Sofia), Caja Fórum it's a contemporary art center, where you can see exhibitions of Spanish newest and coolest artists.
Small free contemporary art museum just steps from the Prado was our favorite of all Madrid's fabulous art venues.
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#15 of 119 Museums in Madrid
One of the best aviation museums I've visited in Europe
I visit loads of aircraft museums and this is probably the best in Europe.
#17 of 119 Museums in Madrid
An elegant conversion of a historic building, the history and construction of which is well illustrated in the museum.
Interesting museum with free entry
#18 of 119 Museums in Madrid
It is an impressive place for lovers of good design when it comes to museums or contemporary art spaces.
If your interested in the history of bullfighting the museum which is free is worth a visit.
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#19 of 119 Museums in Madrid
The visit to the museum begins with the two chambers of the Cathedral;: the Chapterhouse and the Sacristy, both decorated with original mosaics by the Slovenian priest Fr.
I highly recommend this museum; wear comfortable shoes because there is lots of climbing and walking.
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#20 of 119 Museums in Madrid
It is the first time a large exhibition organized by the Auschwitz-Birkenau State museum travels outside of Auschwitz.
I have been to Auschwitz and indeed several other museums that were camps but this still had lots of exhiibits, information and personal memories of survivors and indeed those that didn't survive that had my atten...
#21 of 119 Museums in Madrid
I would recommend this museum if you had plenty of time to visit Madrid, as it is something different to the regular places offered.
The entrance to the museum itself is a silver circular entrance with stairs and a lift.
#22 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Hidden museum in a convent
Metro: Sol or Opera We missed the museum at 1pm as it was already full capacity for the day.
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#23 of 119 Museums in Madrid
This ancient building has a fabulous facade, with a modern interior that houses one of the best local history museums I have visited.
A few of the artists are: Juan de la Corte, Lorenzo de Quirós, Manuel de la Cruz y Cano, Francisco de Goya, Raimundo de Madrazo and Enrique Martínez Cubells The museum also has sculptures, architectural drawings o...
#25 of 119 Museums in Madrid
There is lots of trains and train history in this museum It's an ideal place to visit if you have a family or with a Train enthusiast like my Husband.
Excellent railway museum.
#26 of 119 Museums in Madrid
The Museum of America in Madrid is a National museum that holds artistic, archaeological and ethnographic collections from the whole American continent, ranging from the Paleolithic period to the present day.
The exhibits themselves are modern and well presented, and the museum building is spacious and has great architecture.
#27 of 119 Museums in Madrid
Having been to all the famous museums and galleries in Madrid on previous occasions, it was wonderful to find this costume museum.
One of the best museums for fashion lovers!
#28 of 119 Museums in Madrid
William Morris was one of the prime leaders of the Arts and Crafts Movement in England and the Juan March Museum had many of his designs in fabrics, wallpapers, and furniture.
The Fundación Juan March is not one of the most well-known museums/art centers in Madrid, even among locals.
#29 of 119 Museums in Madrid
(second to the naval museum!)
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