Museo Nacional Del Teatro, Almagro

(4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Museo Nacional Del Teatro is located in Almagro. Make Museo Nacional Del Teatro a centerpiece of your Almagro vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Almagro trip builder.
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Reviews
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  • 3 euro the entry on Saturday morning although we were told it was free in the afternoon, we were alone throughout the visit. In a country like ours with the richness and antiquity of the theatre only sees a tiny shows in its 3 plants. You could give a lot more than Yes. Well structured explanatory video, models of theatres for times with some many of them disappeared as old corrals of comedies of Madrid, photos and costumes and dresses of actors classics. Missing more interactivity. I would put a room to dressing up and going a stage. Who don't you like to be Don Juan Tenorio or Doña Inés for a moment?. See some live minirepresentacion? In the end will I have much imagination.
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  • It is interesting to make the visit, there are exhibitions of photographs as costumes that have been used in important works of theatre, are not allowed to take photographs and it is something they do not understand, because there is nothing that will damage, what is curious is the number of people who are watching this Museum, rather speaking between them, because according to IBA visiting rooms , you were aware of what would cook or where they go, that if I caught my attention, because the visit is worthwhile, but exaggerated the surveillance.
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  • It makes you travel through the entire history of the theater, our theater course. From the classic until the 20th century. Interesting and very careful. I have observed that enough people works in this museum. I think that they could dedicate to staff to make a guided tour. It is worth to see documents, scripts of artworks, costumes and models of theatres. I recommend visiting it.
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  • Recommended Museum and must-see. The collection is very comprehensive and helpful staff.
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  • A pleasant visit in Almagro. A journey through the history of very entertaining theatre.
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  • Very attractive Museum for its content spread over three floors, pity that the staff working in the same is not at the level and got a tour that began in a very attractive way to evolve and became a very unpleasant and uncomfortable moment.
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  • Interesting visit
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  • The best of Almagro = there are two main reasons to go to Almagro and the first is the fact that the people lives by and for the theatre. This is the only National Museum of theatre in Spain and has a very interesting and very valuable collection of the history of theatre in our country. I think that a wise move was transferred to Almagro. It has a number of models, photographs, sculptures, costumes, scripts, paintings, videos and all kinds of objects and documents. From the Greco-Roman period (with information on the Roman theatres of our country) to the theater of the 21st century. Perhaps what most interested me was a room dedicated to the main assemblies of the tenorio, models, photos of the scenery, actors, functions, posters, etc., etc. If you are a fan of the theatre you spend two or three hours; If you're not sure you care by some of the details of the Museum.
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