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Museo Cerralbo

Calle Ventura Rodriguez 17, 28008 Madrid, Spain
+34 915 47 36 46
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Great Value

Only 3€ for a 19th century house with a rich variety of collections, including some big names, for... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
chef102249
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Beijing, China
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Beautiful house and collection

I visited after seeing this house on TV and wasn't disappointed. The collection of paintings and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mojitoargos
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London, United Kingdom
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Calle Ventura Rodriguez 17, 28008 Madrid, Spain
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Only 3€ for a 19th century house with a rich variety of collections, including some big names, for example Zurbaran, Murillo and Greco. The luxury living style is also interesting too. The staff are very nice and helpful too.

Thank chef102249
Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited after seeing this house on TV and wasn't disappointed. The collection of paintings and artifacts by one rich man is astonishing. Note that you have to leave all bags, including handbags, in a locker so if you need glasses wear clothes with pockets!

Thank Mojitoargos
Reviewed 1 week ago

Both the home itself and the family history made this an excellent stop. It is easily accessible by metro. Beautiful paintings, a decor the rivals the royal palace at times, and built by a man who played a part in Spanish history.

Thank Carl S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderful experience in this fascinating museum and welcoming buzzy time in Madrid. One exception spoilt our day here. A lady in the ticket office was rude and officious.Unfortunately my Spanish is poor. I asked how much were the tickets (we are a couple in our...More

Thank 2Rubyava1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a real treasure and one of the highlights of our trip to Madrid. Situated in a large house it has some beautiful rooms decorated in a variety of styles and colours. These range from cosy sitting rooms to a huge mirror lined ballroom....More

Thank Rockeee
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visiting Museo Cerralbo is a must-see attraction in Madrid. It is beautiful, luxurious and breathtaking. I would recommend using the guided recordings so that you have a better understanding of the history and contents descriptions.

Thank SMAO64
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First time visit and I just loved it! It was a guided tour of what was a private house and still kept in the same condition as it was when the owner built it. Lovely history to it and amazing collections inside. Well worth a...More

Thank Amelia M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is near the templo debod & far more interesting. 3 euro entry, this is a magnificent collection that the Marquis of Cerralbo collected over his lifetime. There are free lockers for large bags. Each room does have an information chart in both English &...More

1  Thank dalton1skiing
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Like the Burrell in Glasgow or the Guggenheim in New York, this place reflects one person's tastes and travels. Eclectic doesn't begin to cover it. Becoming increasingly well known, and deservedly so. Don't wait, just go!

1  Thank David M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The former home of the Marquis de Cerralbo which gives a very good view into life of a wealthy Spanish aristocrat. Art, furniture, porcelain, armour - an amazing collection filling each beautiful decorated room. A small museum but definitely worth a visit if you appreciate...More

1  Thank lahLondon2015
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Arguelles
Just south of the sprawling campus of the Complutense
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collegiate vibe. The main street, Calle Princesa, is
filled with twenty-somethings rushing between classes
and errands, meeting up with classmates, and grabbing
cheap beers and cheap eats. This is a prime shopping
spot where the major Spanish clothing and department
store chains are less busy than their downtown
...More
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Pam G
Will this museum be open next Tuesday 2nd May as I understand it is a public holiday in Spain?
29 April 2017|
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Response from _tonibeat | Reviewed this property |
Sure it will be opened...
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a_berthel
Do you need to buy tickets in advance? Thanks!
5 September 2016|
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Response from Sandiamane | Property representative |
There isn't already this possibility but we're working hard to have ticket internet office. Thanks!
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WanderersOfTravel
How much is admission? I looked on the site, but the price tab was blank. Thanks
8 November 2015|
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Response from zu m | Reviewed this property |
Admission fee 3€. Free on Sunday , Saturday 2pm,.
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