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Free Museums in Madrid - Free Entry on Sunday Afternoons

Budget Travel in Madrid: Free Museums


A list of museums in Madrid that have free entry on Sundays.

For more museums that are free on Sundays, check out Madrid Museums that are free every day of the week.

For help in deciding where to go in Madrid, see this Top Ten Free Things to Do in Madrid.

An alternative to visiting Madrid's museums on their specific free days, you could get the Madrid Card, a discount card that offers free entry to lots of Madrid's best museums and attractions.

Note that the Prado museum is no longer free all day Sunday. Instead, it is free for a limited time every day. Read more about Museums in Madrid with Free Entry Every Day.

Museo del Traje (Garment Museum)

Museum chronicling the history of Spanish fashion. Also free Saturdays.

Address: Avenida de Juan de Herrera 2, Madrid, 28040.
Metro: Ciudad Universidad

Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

The Reina Sofia is Madrid's world-famous modern art gallery - and it really does have free entry at weekends. That means you can see many works by Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso - including the latter's masterpiece, the Guernica - completely free. Also free Saturday afternoons.

Address: Santa Isabel 52, 28012 Madrid
Metro: Atocha

Museo Archeológico Nacional

An above-average archaeological museum, with its main attraction being a replica of a prehistoric cave. Also free on Saturdays.

Address: c/ Serrano 13, Madrid, Spain
Metro: Serrano/Retiro

Museo de América
It was the Spanish who 'discovered' the Americas, and this fact is commemorated in this museum. Also goes some way to examining their pre-colonial history.

Address: Avda Reyes Católicos 6, 28040, Madrid
Metro: Moncloa

Museo de Artes Decorativas
Museum of decorative arts, from Roman times to present day.

Address: C/ Montalbán, 12.
Metro: Banco de España

Museo Sorolla
The work of Joaqua Sorolla, a Valencian painter, on display in the studio where he painted them and the house where he lived.

Address: Paseo del General Martínez Campos, 37 Madrid, 28010

Museo Romántico
Museum of 18th century Spanish art.

Address: C/ Calle de San Mateo 13, 28004 Madrid
Metro: Tribunal

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