Thyssen-Bornemisza MuseumPaseo del Prado, 8, Madrid
Tel: +34 917 91 13 70
5.0 Stars written by Paul Luff
I was lucky enough to visit when the admission was free. I thought that I would have to pay €5 or more and it would have been well worth it. There is so much to see that if you're interested in all works of art, you'll need a day here. If you are selective (say impressionism or cubism), then 2 to 4 hours may be enough. Plenty of staff to help, every exhibit has a description (including English) and you can take as many photographs and videos as you want (no flash/spot).
5.0 Stars written by Kyle Hincz
I really like this museum. It has a large selection of modern art pieces. Expressionists, impressionists it has it all. Probably not as big as Prado or RS but I found this to be a benefit, as it's more manageable to see everything in a couple of hours. On Mondays you can just wander in with no tickets or queueing. Look out for the Kandinsky sketches and the Dali's
5.0 Stars written by Iustin Raducanu
Great museum. It is well kept, renovated, has the necessary facilities and has different artworks to not bore anyone. The museum admission is cheap, but you can get in for free on Mondays! The bar is nice and the service is quick. The museum itself is very nice and easy to get around it (not a maze like prado). Artworks had explanations, titles and art types, and very few of them were out for renovation.
5.0 Stars written by R.T. Bosch
Top world class..even more interesting vs. Prado!
Lay out is very well done. From 1330 on third floor to 1990 on first floor. All big dutch painters..Rembrandt degas..Jongkind...was mind opening! Must see on bucket list.
5.0 Stars written by Jacob Badin
A beautiful museum. Lots of different artists work are portrayed here and it is a very large so expect to spend a bit of time here. The museum is a part of the Golden triangle and is closely located to the Prado museum.