Love the building and the courtyard where a large calder mobile stands. Go and see Guernica, very impressive
About Queen Sofia Arts Center (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia)
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We visited on National Day, so there was no charge. The Guernica is great to view in person. Also there were many other paintings and documents related to the Spanish Civil War. Overall, a very interesting museum with a variety of modern paintings and documents.
If only to see the Guernica it si worth it, but it also has agreat colection of other Picasso and other artists, worth the visit and taking time to look at all exhibits
Again we visited on NATIONAL DAY and thanks to the King we did not have to pay. Some of the things were close to the mark and some baffled us as to why they would even be in a museum? Good job we all have...More
Having previously visited the Prado I felt the need to seem some modern Spanish art. From Picasso to Dali and beyond this was an assault on the senses - though not in a bad way. I was really overwhelmed by some of the artworks but...More
Came expressly to see Guernica by Picasso. It did not disappoint as it clearly expresses Picasso’s vision of the horrors of war especially as it affected women and children bombed in the Spanish town of Guernica. The whole wing is devoted to the
Worth it for Guernica but could skip the remainder or at least cover it in 45 min or so. Also some "modern" art upstairs which unlike 500 year old nudes is more provocative and not for young children (who were asking me some tough questions)....More
The museum is spacious and has fine displays of modern art in all forms. Guernica was a highlight of the visit. We were able to see young children being taught the significance of this masterpiece by their teachers. It is a must see.
The museum is a number of linked former palaces. It has, among other things, a collection of art from 1900-1945 which includes Guernica and other art from the Spanish civil war.
This is a huge museum with art from the 19th and 20th century. It has some paintings by Dali, Picasso and Miró, and many many other, less known artists. I enjoyed the art itself, but the museum felt a bit cluttered. The work of different...More