Madrid

Things to Do & Attractions in Madrid

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Madrid Rio

Madrid Rio is the name given to the 820-hectare area running along the banks of the Manzanares river in Madrid. Unveiled in 2008, 1.5 km from Puerta del Sol, ...  Read more

Madrid Wax Museum (Museo de Cera)

With two levels of more than 400 wax statues of historic figures, the Madrid Wax Museum is an excellent introduction to periods of history and those who ...  Read more

Madrid Zoo Aquarium

Trade the hubbub of Madrid’s busy center for a different kind of Spanish-capital adventure: the Madrid Zoo Aquarium. It is here, out in the city’s largest ...  Read more

Mapfre Foundation (Fundación Mapfre)

Mapfre Foundation — a private charitable organization headquartered in Madrid — has been hosting cultural exhibitions within a beautiful nineteenth century ...  Read more

Mercado de San Miguel

While in the heart of Madrid’s tourist center, get closer to the culinary side of the Spanish capital and its history by visiting Mercado de San Miguel. ...  Read more

Museo del Aire

Detailing the history of aviation in Spain, the Museo del Aire allows visitors to explore seven hangars and six galleries in both indoor and outdoor spaces. ...  Read more

Museum of Costume

Housed in a stylish modern building, the Museum of Costume (‘traje’ in Spanish) traces the history of fashion over six centuries utilizing more than 150,000 ...  Read more

Museum of Lázaro Galdiano

The Prado and the Reina Sofia are must-see museums when in Madrid, but the often overlooked Museum of Lázaro Galdiano has been called “the best kept art ...  Read more

Museum of Natural Sciences

Featuring unique exhibits in zoology, paleontology, evolution, biodiversity and geology, this is a wonderful place to get a sense of our natural world while ...  Read more

Museum of Public Art

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 31 Reviews

Madrid is full of beautiful museums with both classic and modern art on display, but the outdoor Museum of Public Art showcases another side of the Spanish ...  Read more

Museum of Romanticism (Museo del Romanticismo)

You can return to the age of the Romantics in Spain via this impressive 18th-century palace-turned-museum. Functioning both as a look at 19th century daily ...  Read more

Museum of Royal Feluccas

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Spain has always been known for its naval history and accomplishments, from military to exploration. The Royal Museum of Feluccas showcases several large ...  Read more

Museum of the Americas

4 star rating: Recommended 75 Reviews

The Museum of the Americas ringing together pieces of history and culture from across the American continents, including collections of prehistoric, colonial, ...  Read more

National Anthropology Museum

As the first anthology museum opened in Spain, the National Anthropology Museum has led the way in preserving and bringing in items from all over the world to ...  Read more

National Museum of Decorative Arts

With more than 60 rooms on five floors of a historic palace, the National Museum of Decorative Arts houses some of the finest furniture, decorative arts, ...  Read more

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