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Art gallery & ExhibitionLandmark

Prado Museum Ticket (Fast-Track)

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  • Mobile voucherMobile voucher
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really good. They say the average stay time is 3 hours. I think you need at least 4 hours to see all the works. If you come to Madrid, you must come!!!

Highlights

Spain's Iconic Art Museum
Join Prado Museum

The Prado Museum is the most important art museum in Spain, exhibiting art pieces collected by the Spanish Royal Family since the 15th century. It is recognized as one of the top three art museums in the world and has been named the best museum by National Geographic. Inside, visitors can admire over 1,500 works, including Velázquez's 'Las Meninas' and 'The Surrender of Breda'.

The museum is home to masterpieces created by famous artists of the Renaissance golden age, such as Raphael and Botticelli.

Program

Things you must to go is
Prado Museum

The Prado Museum is one of the top three museums you must visit during your trip to Madrid. It houses over 1,500 pieces of art, including works by world-renowned artists such as Goya, known for his masterpieces "The Family of Charles IV," "The Nude Maja," and "The Clothed Maja," as well as Velázquez's "Las Meninas" and "The Surrender of Breda." You can also enjoy works by iconic Renaissance artists like Raphael and Botticelli.

Apart from the extensive collection, the building itself is a work of art worth exploring leisurely. You can experience it now at a discounted price on WAUG.


Let's introduce how the Prado Museum is structured!

The Prado Museum is a two-story building with three entrances on the first floor, each dedicated to a different artist. The center entrance leads to the Velázquez exhibit, while the Goya and Murillo entrances can be found on either side.

Here's a guide to each floor:

1st floor: 
On the first floor, you'll find Renaissance, Spanish, Flemish, and other types of paintings. Some of the main art pieces to see include El Greco's "Holy Trinity," Murillo's "Adoration of the Shepherds," Bosch's "Garden of Delights," and Weyden's "Jesus' Descent from the Cross."

2nd floor:
On the second floor, you can take a closer look at Spanish paintings and also see some French paintings. Some of the main art pieces on this floor include Velázquez's "The Maids of Honours," as well as Goya's "The Clothed Maja" and "The Naked Maja."


Look out for special collections,
Prado Museum

The Prado Museum in Madrid is known for its impressive collection of art pieces and sculptures, considered among Europe's best. In particular, the Spanish artists' paintings are the most renowned, making up the largest portion of the collection.

Visitors can admire historical Spanish painters such as Bermejo, Berrugete, El Greco, Murillo, Velázquez, Goya, Lopez, and Sorolla masterpieces.


A must-see is the Velázquez and Goya collection! 

If you're planning to visit the Prado Museum, don't miss out on the artworks of two outstanding artists - Velázquez and Goya. The museum displays around 50 pieces of Velázquez's artwork, including The Maids and The Triumph of Bacchus. Additionally, Spain's royals gave about 140 pieces of Goya's artwork.

Two of Goya's must-see artworks are "The Clothed Maja" and "The Naked Maja," which are essentially the same pose, with one having clothes on and the other undressed. Goya was a profoundly philosophical artist who questioned human nature; his works are significant.


Lots of additional facilities offer

While visiting the Prado Museum, you can explore other facilities besides exhibition rooms, such as a café, restaurant, library, souvenir shop, conference hall, and more. Among all these facilities, the café at the Prado Museum is a must-visit place. Take a break from touring around the museum and enjoy a cup of coffee while soaking in the beautiful ambiance of the café.


Go Skip-the-line entry to
Madrid’s three major art museums

With the Paseo del Arte Card, you can visit three major art museums, the Prado, Reina Sofía, and Thyssen. How about going on a Madrid trip to an art gallery? It's easy and free with this card! Let's go for it now.  

Paseo del Arte Card (Prado, Reina  Sofía and Thyssen) 


Avoid being by yourself, 
joining the tour! 

The vastness of the Prado Museum's collection may cause visitors to overlook certain aspects, which is why we highly recommend taking a guided tour.

Art Major Reina's Art Walk Pass :
Visitors can enjoy a small guided tour of paintings and learn about their historical background through easy explanations.

Introduction

What's Included

  • Prado Museum Admission Ticket
  • Entrance to the permanent collection at the Thyssen Museum
  • Entrance to the permanent collection and some of the temporary exhibitions at the Prado Museum
  • Entrance to the permanent collection and some of the temporary exhibitions at the Reina Sofía Center

What's Not Included

  • Temporary exhibition at the Thyssen Museum
  • Guided tour
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

How To UseHow To Use

  • You will receive a voucher via email or the WAUG app. 
  • Show your mobile voucher to the staff at the entrance. 
  • Not on the regular line, enter via the  Jerónimos entrance on the box office's left side.
  • The voucher is valid only on the selected date. 

Address :
Museo Nacional del Prado
Paseo del Prado, s/n, 28014, Madrid
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Hours :

1. Monday - Saturday  
10:00 AM - 08:00 PM

2. Sunday & Public Holidays
10:00 AM - 07:00 PM

3. Closed days
January 1st, May 1st, December 25th

4. January 6th, December 24th, December 31st
10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

5. Free Admission Hours
Monday - Saturday (06:00 PM - 08:00 PM), Sunday & Public Holidays (05:00 PM - 07:00 PM)
(Only permanent exhibition is for free, the temporary admission is at a 50% discount)

Last Admission is 30 minutes before closing.
Hours vary by season, so please check the official website for details here. 

Location

Paseo del Prado, s/n, 28014, Madrid

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What to RememberWhat to Remember

  • Free access on Mon-Sat 18:00-20:00; Sun & holidays 17:00-19:00 (entry to temporary exhibitions isn't included)
  • 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.
  • Temporary exhibitions may be subject to capacity constrictions. We recommend to visit the temporary exhibitions before the general collection to make sure you get a spot. 
  • Free Prado tickets for under-18s, students 18-25 & disabled visitors + 1 carer; reduced tickets for seniors 65+ available onsite (Valid ID required). 
  • Groups of more than 7 people have to contact the museum directly. 
  • No-shows or late arrivals cannot be changed or refunded.
  • Re-entry is not allowed.
  • The voucher is valid only on the selected date. 
  • Your booking is not confirmed till you receive the voucher. 
  • We recommend to register for travel insurance for travelers abroad. 

Cancellation and Refund

Reservations for this product cannot be refunded or changed after purchase.
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