Sorolla Museum

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In 1929, the widow of Joaquín Sorolla y Batida (1863-1923) donated to the Spanish state the studio-house built in Madrid by the Valencian painter between 1910 and 1911. It preserves the best collection of the artist’s paintings as well as numerous other works and objects of interest, including sculptures, ceramics, furniture and jewellery. It is a unique example of an early 20th century bourgeois house.

Facilities:

  • Historic building
Museums and Monuments

Museums and Monuments

Sorolla Museum

Address:

  • Paseo del General Martínez Campos, 37

Tel:

  • 91 310 15 84

Timetable:

  • (rangodias)Sunday(rangohoras): 10:00 - 15:00
  • (rangodias)Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday(rangohoras): 09:30 - 20:00

Closed:

  • (rangodias)Monday(rangohoras)
  • (rangofechas unDia)1 January
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  • (rangofechas unDia)1 May
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  • (rangofechas )24 December - 25 December:
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  • (rangofechas unDia)31 December
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Bus:

  • 27, 14, 45, 147, 5, 16, 61, 7, 40

Underground:

  • Iglesia, Rubén Darío, Gregorio Marañón

Opening and closing times subject to change

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