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Museo Lázaro Galdiano Admission Ticket

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  • 608rhodas
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    Do not miss this museum: maybe off the beaten path but what a delight
    This museum should be on everyone's list when visiting Madrid. An amazing collection of fabulous variety and quality and a beautiful building that gives a sense of luxury life in Madrid.
    Written January 2, 2024
  • Teabag
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    Immaculate artefacts in a beautiful house
    This was a highlight of our visit. For only 4 euros entry (senior citizens) we spent a couple of hours being blown away by the paintings, jewellery, furniture and other artefacts dating from Visigothic and Roman times up to the mid 20th century. The collector obviously only bought articles which were in immaculate condition. It’s a wonderful collection displayed in his former home with beautiful painted ceilings in an upmarket area of Madrid. It was nice to get away from the busy city centre and walk along the broad streets stopping for a coffee in some of the attractive cafes such as the cocktail and tapas one directly opposite the museum.
    Written October 18, 2023
  • Coastal66237003160
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    Unreliable opening hours on website
    Arrived to find completely closed despite the fact I had checked the website for hours and this was not a day it was supposed to be closed.
    Written October 12, 2023
  • Emily A
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    They have The Witches Sabbath!
    Covid is currently restricting life in all its facets, not least of these the art world, and yes, it has touched the magnificent Galdiano. But should you yearn for great art, lovely old home decor, and a tranquil place to get away, then get over to northern Serrano district to the Galdiano. I went in the morning on the weekend, always good to beat the queue. And was able to spend some time in the Goya room where the collection of the Witches Sabbat paintings hang. Personally, I just love Goya. They also have The Third of May 1808, another must see of all art. You may also get a tour or spend time in the gardens. All good ideas.
    Written July 14, 2021
  • FactotumDellaCitta
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    Interesting museum with an eclectic collection
    Lázaro Galdiano was a publisher who was active during the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries. He was an avid collector of, well, everything - paintings, coins, textiles, jewelry, arms, and furniture, to name some of his interests. Highlights of his collection are housed in this museum, which is his former mansion.
    Written November 30, 2020
  • SPAINDOCTOR
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    Bello
    Lovely museum many good portraits It is located in Serrano street near USA embassy It deserves a visit It has 4 floors
    Written October 10, 2020
  • FJGonzalezG
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    Incredible private collection
    The Lázaro Galdiano is a wonderful museum and very much worth the visit, if you have the time. It is smaller, and therefore, more manageable than the national museums. Half a day should do the trick. Like the Phillips or the Barnes, it reflects the tastes of a successful businessman, collector and intellectual, and it is housed in his mansion in Barrio de Salamanca. The permanent collection contains classical works of art from Goya, El Greco, Zurbarán, José de Rivera, and Hieronymus Bosch, as well as bronze figures, ceramics, glassware, textiles, medals and weapons. Not content with displaying the classical collection, during our visit the museum included works by living Spanish artist Javier Viver, some of which he juxtaposed with classical works to provide a wonderfully new and illuminating context. Viver’s work included a gigantic (20 ft. tall) salt statue of Lot’s wife, as well as strategically placed photos from the Psychiatric Hospital of St. Pátriére. One of the ceilings has a fresco with references to Goya’s Clothed Maja, as well as some of the works in the museum. Also outstanding, were Hieronymus Bosch’s St. John the Baptist in Meditation, Goya’s Witches’ Sabbath, and a painting of late 18th century king Carlos IV by Agustín Esteve y Marqués, in which Carlos IV bears an uncanny resemblance to Juan Carlos, the father of the current king.
    Written April 27, 2020
  • josephine545
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    the museum is a wonderful collection of art
    The museum is beautiful. It has a wonderful collection of paintings. The ballroom is interesting. The rooms are nicely decorated.
    Written March 16, 2020
  • dkevan2020
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    Three in one: A Palace , a Museum and a Beautiful Garden.
    This lovely palace contains a marvellous museum full of works of art and precious objects. The result of a life as a collector, it is a perfect size for a visit. There is an important collection of Goyas but many other styles and epochs are represented. And you can finish off with a sroll around the grounds and maybe sit in the shade of a mature tree.Incidentally I go here often because I live very near.
    Written March 4, 2020
  • sheepygold
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    A feast for the eyes. Do not miss!
    This museum is small compared to the Prado for instance but still takes at least 2.5 hours to do properly. There is so much to see especially paintings spanning 5 or 6 centuries but there is wonderful furniture too as well as silverware and object d'art, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, miniature paintings, books..The house itself is stunning especially the painted ceilings. Do not miss the fourth floor which is in the attic and contains various collections of coins for instance, ivory objects, weapons, fabrics...This really is a do not miss experience.
    Written January 29, 2020
  • tom b
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    A Taxi Ride from City Center, but Should be a Trip Priority !!
    Constant Companion and I have been meaning to get to the Museo Lazaro Galdiano during each our last four trips to Madrid. However, there is so much to do and see that the taxi ride up to the museum was always deferred till next time. This visit it was a priority! The museum itself is housed in the mansion of editor, financier, and world traveler, Lazaro Galdiano. By the 1940's he was recognized as "one of the greatest patrons of culture in nineteenth century Spain". This description is not in the least an overstatement as the museum is a real visual encyclopedia of art through the 19th century! The ground floor provides some nice background on Lazaro Galdiano and what to expect in this nicely curated museum. Next floor up you are given a real feel for the family's social life and its collection of art from Spain's Golden Age. I was particularly enamored with Bosch's "Meditations of St. John the Baptist" here. The third floor displays the museum's extensive holdings of tiles, coins, porcelain, textiles, etc. Also, when we visited there was a special exhibit by Guillaume Bruere in which he created his interpretations of many of the works hanging in the museum. If you enjoy art from Spain's Golden Age and works by such acclaimed Spanish artists as El Greco and Goya as well a stunning works by the likes of Hieronymus Bosch and William Turner this is not to be missed. Make it your priority in Madrid!
    Written January 17, 2020
  • Hendrik_Demol
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    late discovery - worth a visit
    We only got there on our last day of our weekdn visit to Madrid. The Prado has the bigger collection, but this museum is easier to visit: more variety and a great overview
    Written December 29, 2019
  • jsf646
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    For its beautiful painted ceilings.
    There are two reasons for you to visit this place: for its beautiful painted ceilings; or because you are a fanatic of Christian paintings, because it is the only painting subject on three floors.
    Written October 29, 2019
  • 401lind
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    Worth the journef
    Took the metro to Ruben Dario. It’s a 10 minute walk from there. The museum is beautiful. Contains lots of paintings across three floors, plus many objets d’art. All beautifully displayed. Loved the painted ceilings too. NB no cafe, but there are cafes across the street.
    Written October 27, 2019
  • merapchak
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    Some art highlights
    A little out of the way but a good to visit for art history buffs. Bosch and Velazquez are here. Will need about 1.5 hours to see it all.
    Written September 1, 2019
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sheepygold
london5,583 contributions
We came quite late in the day so had barely 2 hours which is not enough to see all the treasures across 4 floors of the very beautiful mansion. There is so much to see it is a little mind blowing. The building itself is also amazing especially the painted ceilings in many of the rooms.
Written March 25, 2023
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JayTias
Tias38 contributions
Oct 2019
Spent a couple of hours here wandering around this magnificent collect and would not hesitate to return a second, or third, time. So much history, so many wonderful objects
Written October 13, 2019
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Porter C
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Sep 2023 • Couples
This museum captures the taste, refinement and culture of a 19th/20th century European intellectual. The on-line ticketing and slotted times are convenient and help to avoid crowds.
Written September 25, 2023
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edge46
Chatham, IL466 contributions
Nov 2019
Definitely worth a visit if in the area. The building and gardens are beautiful. The collection is not big but has a few unique items (Goya, Bosch, El Greco) and interesting collections of weapons, porcelain, books, and jewelry. Not crowded, one can take time and enjoy this little gem.
Written December 14, 2019
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Vilma B
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Jul 2019 • Family
It’s. Closed on Monday and no way to come back ... I’m sorry for my two daughters and our time and money wasted .. maybe it’s my fault but when I bought it does not say it’s closed????
Written July 11, 2019
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Eva P
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May 2019 • Solo
The museum was wonderful! However, TripAdvisor sold me a ticket for Monday, but the museum is closed on Mondays. Luckily they honored my ticket on Wednesday.
Written June 6, 2019
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