- This ticket includes both skip the line access to the museum and entry to the regularly rotating exhibitions
- 1500 paintings in beautiful surroundings, including works by Spanish luminaries such as Goya and Velázquez
- Rated by National Geographic as one of the top ten museums in the world
Based on the former Spanish Royal Collection, the Prado is a beautiful old castle with more than a thousand fascinating works on display. From Spanish masters like Velázquez and Goya, to works by Titian, Rembrandt, El Greco, Rubens and more, this is a must-see for the art lover. And with this skip-the-line ticket you'll get right in - to both the Permanent and Temporary Exhibitions!
Welcome to one of the world's premier art galleries. The more than 7000 paintings held in the Museo del Prado’s collection (although only around 1500 are currently on display) are a penetrating look at the celebrated history of Spanish art.
The collection includes a large number of paintings by Spanish Golden Age golden boy Velázquez, and an overview of the somber, sometimes darkly psychological, works of Goya - widely considered to be the most important Spanish artist of his era.
And it's not just Spanish art - Prado has works by a number of Flemish masters: Peter Paul Rubens, Pieter Bruegel, and Anton Van Dyck. And their collection also includes the remarkable Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch, a weird-as-heck - and thoroughly wonderful - triptych. Full of hallucinatory images of hedonism, it's thought to perhaps be a warning against the temptations of pleasure-seeking but, on the other hand... he makes it all look so good.
With one of the world's finest collections of European art from the 12th century to the early 19th century, housed in a splendid castle, the Museo del Prado is one of the most visited art museums in the world. When you're there, you'll know why.
Make sure to give yourself plenty of time, and go at a relaxed pace; there is so much to see here that it can be overwhelming if you try to race through. Instead, slow down and spend as long as you can - this is Spain, there's no need to rush.
Paseo del Prado, s/n, 28014
- Skip the line entry to the permanent collection via Jerónimos entrance
- Timeslot access to the regularly rotating exhibitions
Free access to the Permanent Collection
- Monday to Saturday: 18:00- 20:00
- Sundays and holidays: 17:00 - 19:00
NOTE: These are often the busiest times, and entrance to temporary exhibitions is not included.
- Keep the voucher with you at all times
- Photos and videos aren't allowed
- Lockers to store bags and backpacks are available
- You must book a timeslot for the temporary exhibitions. Use Line 1 or 2 at the Box Office. Go early, as the exhibition can sell out!
Under-18s can enter this venue for free, but must pick up tickets at the onsite box office. Lines can form during peak hours and - unfortunately - it's not possible to skip them.
Go in the morning for more chance of peace and quiet. The museum is worth an extended visit, so plan to grab lunch at the excellent Café Prado, then carry on exploring the exhibits. Convenient and delicious.
excellent museum, great experience,
It worked well. Very efficient.
It was a great idea to buy the tickets Skip the line. We were the first at the entrence at 9:50.
If you're an art lover this place is a must see!! One of the best art collection over the centuries. Truly amazing.
So many beautiful art pieces to see. We spent 7 hours and couldn't cover every floor. We highly recommend this world famous must see museum.
It's very convenient. If there are some sign boards at the entrance of the museum it is much easier for me.
Once we found out about the skip the line option it was a go for us. Please make this option visible to the massive lines of people so they can take advantage of this wonderful service.
Fantastic array of legendary art works. Enough for many days perusing and reading. We also enjoyed the services of Ignatius, who for 50 euros took us on a personal adventure tour of several specific artists that particularly interested my wife. His 1.5 hour tour extended into 2 informative hours.
loved my visit though wish I had planned for the Bosch Exhibition too