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Tips for Visiting Museo Reina Sofía

Make the most of your Museo Reina Sofía tickets by budgeting at least 2-3 hours for the entire experience. With both permanent and rotating exhibits, there’s plenty to explore.

Depending on the season, you can also participate in a variety of activities at Museo Reina Sofia, like lectures, dances, performances, and cinema showings.

General admission tickets to Museo Reina Sofía cost around €12. There are plenty of options for free and discounted admission for children (under 18), seniors (older than 65), and students (with appropriate credentials).

Yes – photographs may be taken, but make sure you have the flash turned off. However, to help ensure a quality visitor experience for all, photography and video are not allowed in the Guernica area.

Tripods and selfie sticks (or any other type of camera stand) are not allowed in any of the exhibits at Museo Reina Sofía.

Your ticket to Museo Reina Sofía is your gateway to the world’s most famous artists, including Pablo Picasso’s famed Guernica, as well as multiple notable works by Spanish masters Salvador Dalí, Juan Gris, and Antoni Tàpies.

Want to get more out of your Museo Reina Sofía tickets? Book a private tour for individual parties or corporate groups.

With a private tour, guests receive a comprehensive experience emphasizing the masterpieces of modern and contemporary art with an expert guide.

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Raluca,  Romania Romania
16 Nov 2023
Great experience! Enrique was a wonderful guide. He explained to us the political context in which the works of art were created.
Museo Reina Sofía: Skip The Line & Guided Tour
Derek ,  Australia Australia
05 Nov 2023
It felt really good to walk past the long line of people queing to buy tickets and go straight to the separate entry door for an immediate entry.
Museo Reina Sofía
24 Nov 2023
Modern museum with multiple floors to experience. There were a few rooms we couldn’t enter because we didn’t have a special ticket for new collections. Other than that we could see most of the artwork.
Modern museum with multiple floors to experience. There were a few rooms we couldn’t enter because we didn’t have a special ticket for new collections. Other than that we could see most of the artwork.
Museo Reina Sofía

About: Museo Reina Sofía

Remodeled and converted into a museum in 1992, this 18th century hospital holds Madrid’s premier collection of contemporary art, including Picasso’s Guernica, which is arguably Spain’s single-most famous artwork. The Museo Reina Sofía also holds works by the other 20th-century titans of Spanish art, Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró.

Museo Reina Sofía
Friday 10:00 - 21:00
Saturday 10:00 - 21:00
Sunday 10:00 - 19:00
Monday 10:00 - 21:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:00 - 21:00
Thursday 10:00 - 21:00
Museo Reina Sofía
52, Calle de Santa Isabel, 28012, Madrid
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