Art Museums in Madrid

Top 9 Art Museums

Prado Museum

See the masterpieces of Goya, Velázquez, and El Greco in Madrid's premier art gallery

4.8 (6,822 reviews)
Museo Reina Sofía

Engage with modern masterpieces, including Picasso's "Guernica", in Madrid

4.6 (3,215 reviews)
Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

Navigate through eight centuries of art in one of Madrid's essential art museums

4.7 (2,598 reviews)
Matadero Madrid

MAD, Madrid Artes Digitales, has transformed the emblematic Nave 16 of Matadero Madrid into the leading European center for the creation of immersive experiences. This revolutionary center of digital cultural development helps visitors experience art, history and culture in a unique way with 2,000 square meters or art merging with science and the most innovative technology. MAD is located in Madrid, Spain.

4.6 (385 reviews)
Fundación MAPFRE Madrid – Sala Recoletos

For more than three decades, Fundación MAPFRE has been one of the focal points of Madrid's cultural agenda for its exhibitions of Fine Arts and Photography. Its program includes painting and sculpture exhibitions focused on the great protagonists (Renoir, Van Gogh, Picasso, Degas, Chagall, etc.) and the main movements of artistic modernity (Impressionism, Avant-garde, Surrealism, etc.). The Photography exhibitions also range from the great masters of the 20th century (Atget, Evans, Winogrand, Strand...) to those who represent the best expression of artistic photography today. The Foundation is located in the Palace of the Duchess of Medina de las Torres, built between 1881 and 1884, a building very representative of architecture.

4.6 (169 reviews)
Royal Collections Gallery Madrid

The Royal Collections Gallery, originally named Galería de las Colecciones Reales is an art museum in Madrid. Dependent on Patrimonio Nacional, it is located in a new building in the gardens of the Campo del Moro park next to the Almudena Cathedral and the Royal Palace.

4.6 (216 reviews)
Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando

The Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, founded in 1752 during the reign of Ferdinand VI, is the artistic institution with the longest cultural trajectory in Spain. The Museum houses one of the best art galleries in the country, spanning five centuries and different schools. It offers a complete journey through the history of art from the Renaissance to the most current trends of the 21st century. The Academy conserves an exceptional heritage of more than 1,400 paintings, 1,300 sculptures, 15,000 drawings, around 40,000 prints and 9,000 intaglio matrices, as well as furniture, silver and goldsmith objects, porcelain and other decorative arts.

4.7 (373 reviews)
La Neomudéjar Museum

The La Neomudéjar Museum is a museum and center of avant-garde arts opened in 2013 in a historic 19th-century railway warehouse in Atocha, Madrid. The museum features both national and international artists and presents work from a number of different artistic mediums.

4.3 (11 reviews)
Museo Gran Vía 15

Museo Gran Vía 15 is located in a historic building in Madrid that showcases a variety of rotating modern art exhibitions.

4.6 (16 reviews)

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