Visiting Madrid, everyone will tell you to visit The Museo del Prado, The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía to see all the art from classic artists from all the world. What most don’t know is that there are many more museums in Madrid besides those three.
For the fans of art, there is the Sorolla Museum located near the number 5 metro line Ruben Dario. The museum was originally the home of the artist Joaquin Sorolla. In the 60’s, Madrid converted his house into a museum to exhibit his artwork from his life. It’s 3 euros for general admission. Click here for more information
Another art museum is The National Museum of Romantism. Its another house converted into a museum from the eighteenth century. The museum is the home of many paintings and furniture from the romantic era including artists like Francisco Goya, Federico De Madrozo and Antonio Esquivel. Along with art, you can enjoy food at Cafe De Jardin, a classic cafe they have inside. Admission is 3 euros. Click here for more information
If art doesn’t really fancy your interest, you could visit the Incio Mueseo Naval near the Prado and the Thyssen. It’s one of the most biggest Navy museums in the world. It’s home of nautical sciences and artifacts from the reign of Isabella & Ferdinand’s Spanish navy. Admission is free. Click here for more information
If you happen to be near the Parque de Buen Retiro, visit the Museo Nacional de Antropología located in the back entry of the park toward Atocha. It has many different artifacts from all over the world focusing on the human anatomy and cultural anthropology. The admission is 3 euros. Click here for more information
With Madrid being so big and known for its expensive art, don’t break your bank and see the other museums the city has. It may be your best experience.