Platform 0 offers visitors to Madrid the chance to experience travel at the time of the inauguration of the Madrid metro in 1918, when many major European cities were first opening these types of public transportation. The station where Anden 0 is located has been out of service since 1966, when its location rendered in unable to expand to accommodate more passengers. Now it is home to a transportation museum that tells the history of the metro system in Madrid, including original ceramic tiled billboards, antique furniture, and hand-painted metro maps.
A visit to the abandoned station is almost like a visit back in time, complete with a vintage ticket counter and signs that evoke a sense of nostalgia. There are also various informational displays that tell the story of the metro and the history of the city.
The Madrid Metro Museum of Anden 0 is located in the Plaza de Chamberi in Madrid, Spain and is free to enter. It only open on Fridays from 11 am to 1 pm and 5 pm to 7 pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm.