Platform 0. Chamberí Station

Chamberí station, closed since 1966, was designed by Antonio Palacios and after being abandoned for decades, the film, Barrio by Fernando Leónde Aranoa brought it back to the present in 1998, and now its bright, colourful and luminous finishes can be seen once more.

Have you ever stopped to think what the Madrid Metro was like when it all started? Thanks to the Andén 0 project, you can travel back in time and obtain quite a reliable image of the reality of those years.

Indeed, the walls, arches and advertising panels, as well as the furniture and original platforms have been fully restored.  It is possible to visit the station from the ticket booths to the platform and hence discover a 1919 station with all of its original elements: ceramic advertising panels and period furniture, accompanied by audiovisual documentation on the history of the Metro.

Geolocation
Andén 0. Estación de Chamberí
Servicios: 

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Direction

Plaza
Chamberí, s/n
28010
Tourist area: 
Chamberí
Opening Times: 

Thursdays: 10am to 1pm
Fridays: 11am to 7pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 11am to 3pm

- Special Easter Opening Times 2019, (from 10 to 16 April inclusive):

Mon - Fri: 11am – 7pm
Sat - Sun: 11am – 3pm

Closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Tipo información turística: 
Telephone: 
(+34) 91 392 06 93
Email: 
info@museosmetromadrid.es
Web: 
https://museosmetromadrid.es/museos/estacion-de-chamberi/
Metro: 
Alonso Martínez (L4, L5, L10)
Bilbao (L1, L4)
Iglesia (L1)
Quevedo (L2)
Rubén Darío (L5)
Bus: 
3, 40, 147
Price: 

Free admission