Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid

Almost across the Prado Museum and very close to the National Art Centre Reina Sofía you will find the new Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. The museum was renovated by Rafael Moneo and represents an essential part of the art triangle en Madrid.

With the presence of the collection Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, the most important private art collection in the world until 1993 when the Spanish state acquired it for 350 million dollars, only a few cities can offer a similar or more attractive offer to any art lover.

One of the most important characteristics of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum is its complementary character with respect to the collections of Prado Museum (antique paintings) and the National Art Centre Reína Sofia (modern paintings). It completes the offer with movements and styles such as the Italian and Dutch “primitive” school, German renaissance, Dutch paintings from the 17th century, impressionism, German expressionism, Russian constructivism, geometric abstraction and pop. And what is more, it dedicates two rooms to paintings from North America from the 21st century, mostly unknown in Europe.

Please find here helpful information about the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. This includes opening hours, how to get there, prices and ticket sales, group visits, audio guides, information for disabled visitors, cafeteria and restaurant, shop and library, checkroom, and other services.

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am until 7 pm.

Monday closed

Ticket counter closes at 6.30 pm.

The museum remains closed on 1st of January, 1st of May and 25th of December.

On the 24th and 31st of December the Museum opens from 10 am until 3 pm.

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How to get thyssen museum :

Directions

THYSSEN-BORNEMISZA MUSEUM, Madrid

Palacio de Villahermosa

Paseo del Prado, 8 – 28014 Madrid – SPAIN

Tel.:(+34) 91 369 01 51

Fax: (+34) 91 420 27 80

Mail: mtb@museothyssen.org

Area Map:

big map

Public Transport

Metro: Banco de España. You can also have a look at, or download Madrid’s metro map. Underground Madrid
Buses: 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 20, 27, 34, 7, 45, 51, 52, 53, 74, 146 and 150.  Bus line Madrid
Trains: Atocha and Recoletos Stations.

Public Parking at Plaza de las Cortes.

Prices and ticket sales:

Ticket office at the museum.

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am until 6.30 pm.

Internet: The museum offers the possibility to buy tickets online at the following providers:

Group tickets available

Audio guides available

Information for disabled visitors:

Elevators, telephones and bathrooms especial designed for disabled people are available.

Wheel chairs are available at the checkroom.

Brochures and signage in Braille.

Restaurant:

A wide offer of drinks, sandwiches, pastries and á la carte dishes.

Tel.: (+34) 914 292 732

Shop and library:

Here you can find books and publications, postcards, posters, T-shirts and a variety of souvenirs related to the art collection.

Checkroom:

All objects such as umbrellas, backpacks, cases and big bags must be stored at the checkroom.

Wheel chairs and portable chairs are available.

For security reasons, objects which cannot pass through the scanning device cannot be stored.

For hygienic reasons animals, food and drinks, and plants cannot be stored.

Other services:

Cash machine, public telephones, nursing room.