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Prado National Museum

Prado National Museum

The Prado National Museum is one of the oldest cultural institutions in Madrid.
See some paintings from the Prado.

It houses world-renowned art collections, pictorial art, sculptures, and relics. One of the most outstanding is the collection of Francisco de Goya, because it is the most complete in existence and due to the great historical importance of the painter.

Calle Ruiz de Alarcón 23
Madrid 28014, Spain
Near Avenida de la Castellana, Plaza Cibeles, Parque del Retiro.
Telephone +34 91 330 2800
Fax 902 10 70 77 (Visitor Services)
Opening Hours
Comments on the opening hours Entry is allowed up to half an hour before closing.
Closing days January 1, May 1, and December 25.
Entrance fee 14 € (general)
Location coordinates
Latitude: 40.4137496896901
Longitude: -3.69304307672121
Year of foundation 1819
Area 41.995 m²
Institution information See on Wikipedia
Also known as Prado Museum

  • On the map:
  • Official logo:

    Museum Logo.

  • Building facade:

    Facade of the Museo Nacional del Prado.

Paintings in the Prado Museum: