Things to do in Reina Sofía Museum
Also known as the Museo Reina Sofia, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía of Madrid is dedicated to late 19th and 20th century art.
Initially hosted in the former General Hospital of Madrid building, the national art center is now located in the so-called Golden Triangle of Art (together with the Museo del Prado and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza), and was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel.
Following the building extension and 2005 inauguration, the museum collection includes masterpieces by the most important Spanish and international artists, such as Picasso ("Guernica") and Dalí, but also Joan Miró, Juan Gris, Lucio Fontana, Ives Klein, Max Ernst, Robert Delaunay, Yves Tanguy, Georges Braque and many others, for a total of 18,000 items. Discover the highlights of the museum thanks to a well-curated itinerary, recently rearranged.
The Reina Sofia Museum also hosts a free-access library of more than 100,000 books, most of them focusing on art. Along with the permanent collections, discover the many temporary exhibitions and public activities that contribute to making the National Museum also a space for research and reflection.
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Reina Sofia Museum small-group tour with local expert guide
Don't miss the chance to skip the line and explore one of the most popular museums in Spain with a fully dedicated guide!
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Skip-the-line tickets to the Reina Sofía Museum
Book your tickets for Madrid's Reina Sofía museum for a great day of 19th and 20th-century art appreciation.
Reina Sofía Museum skip-the-line tickets and audio guide
Marvel at creations by Picasso and Dalí, but also Joan Miró, Juan Gris, Lucio Fontana, Ives Klein, Max Ernst, Robert Delaunay, Yves Tanguy, Georges Braque and many more.
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Reina Sofía Museum skip-the-line semi-private tour
Discover the Reina Sofía Museum, home to one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world.
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