Museo Nacional del Romanticismo, Madrid
(4.3/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
Museo Nacional del Romanticismo dedicates its collections to artwork largely from the 19th century and features a huge array of pieces, including furniture and paintings, especially portraits of notables, such as Queen Isabel II. The museum is privately owned, so its atmosphere is cozy and quirky. Most of the displays have explanations, but consider hiring a guide if you’d like additional information. Finish your visit with a cup of tea from the cafe in the garden. Add Museo Nacional del Romanticismo to your Madrid travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Madrid trip builder.
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  • This museum houses a valuable collection of works from the 18TH and 19TH. The museum recreates rightly a bourgeois House that allows visitors to be transported to the past. They also organize all kinds of events. It is inexcusable not to get close to this museum.
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  • In the Centre of Madrid, recently remodeled, it is worth the visit, away from the massification of other major museums this is quiet and full of undiscovered works, it is worth the visit
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  • The Museum is visited on the last day of my trip was the dessert in my menu traveling. all recommend
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  • Another great cozy gorgeous museum and bulding with the extra of a very quite cafeteria in a small court yard with trees and a fountain, great coffe and cakes!
  • The 4€ entrance fee is well worth your money. Even better if you get Antonio (big, friendly guy) to tell you the stories behind many of the pieces on display. Even better if you find a table at their garden coffee shop.
  • Beautiful little museum, free after 2pm on weekends. Only downside are the wardens, really make you feel uncomfortable
  • Worth checking out for the garden café alone. Quiet escape from the bustling city streets. Go early to get a bench around the fountain, or a table under tree cover. Free entry to the shop and garden café, admission to the museum was €3.
  • Free entry on Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Remember to drop by Cafe de Jarlín...