Welcome to Spain's premier art museum. Standing alongside the likes of the Louvre, the Vatican Museums, and the Met, the Prado Museum in central Madrid is home to some of the most iconic artworks in human history. Marvel at art from Spanish masters like Velázquez and Goya, and international stars like Titian, Rembrandt, El Greco, Rubens, and Bosch...
- * Prado Museum tickets
- * Dedicated entrance to the permanent collection via Jerónimos entrance
- * Timeslot access to the regularly rotating exhibitions (if available)
- * Free access on Mon-Sat 18:00-20:00; Sun & holidays 17:00-19:00 (entry to temporary exhibitions isn't included) * Free for under-18s, students 18-25 & disabled visitors + 1 carer * The museum opens 10:00 - 14:00 on holidays * Last admission 30 minutes before closing * Free Prado tickets for under-18s, students 18-25 & disabled visitors + 1 carer; reduced tickets for seniors 65+ available onsite * Groups of more than 7 people have to contact the museum directly * Enter via the Jerónimos entrance, located on the left side of the box office. This entrance is also indicated by a sign outside the museum * Show your Prado Museum ticket on your smartphone to the staff at the entrance * Keep your Prado ticket ready during your visit * To book a timeslot for the temporary exhibition, go to the box office (lines 1 and 2). Access is free with this ticket, but exhibitions can sell out, so book upon arrival * Lockers available to store bags larger than 40x40cm
- It is the traveler's sole responsibility to have all the necessary documentation up to date, so research in advance everything that is required at the destination of your activity.
Remember that with a pandemic, the documentation required may vary from place to place. Confirm what local authorities may require: proof of full vaccination, negative PCR test, and more. Find out what are the requirements of your destination and the location of the activity.
Oh, and don't forget to wear a mask, clean your hands often, and try to maintain social distance.