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Museo Reina Sofía

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  • Group with General admission

    • General admission (Collection + temporary exhibitions): €8 per person.
  • Group width Reduced admission

    Associations, foundations and cultural institutions.

    • General admission (Collection + temporary exhibitions): €5 per person
  • Group with Free admission

    School pupils and teachers, university students and professors, or groups of people with disabilities.
    Free admission.

  • Groups with a discount voucher

    Company groups with a signed Agreement with the Museo Reina Sofía. For further information, please contact: serviciocomercial@museoreinasofia.es

     

  • Groups must be a minimum of 8 and maximum of 30 people (guide or teacher included). If this is your first group visit to the Museo, please carefully read the following documentation:

    Group access conditions
    [text available in Spanish]
    FAQ for Groups
    [text available in Spanish]

  • Groups from 9 to 10am

    Visit the Collection or temporary exhibitions before the Museum opens to general public. Groups of between 10 and 30 people, €40 per person.

    Conditions for groups from 9 to 10 am

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About Museo Reina Sofía

The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía houses a large collection of national and international art, from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Guernica, by Pablo Picasso, is the nucleus of a collection of works by the artist, and other prominent figures such as Maria Blanchard, Louise Bourgeois, Georges Braque, Marcel Broodthaers, Trisha Brown, Alexander Calder, Salvador Dalí, Robert And Sonia Delaunay, Esther Ferrer, Juan Gris, Yves Klein, René Magritte, Joan Miró, Antoni Muntadas, Gerhard Richter, Richard Serra and Mira Schendel, among others.

The museum has three locations: the main one, an old hospital built by the architects Hermosilla and Sabatini, inaugurated as a Museum in 1992 and extended in 2005 by Jean Nouvel; and the Palacios of Velázquez and Cristal in Parque del Retiro.