The Robot Museum

The Robot Museum was founded in 2013 with the idea of bringing all members of the public into real and direct contract with the exciting world of entertainment robots.

A project brought to fruition by Daniel Bayón (CEO of Juguetrónica, SL), The Robot Museum is a unique space in Europe that offers a unique experience, where you can discover the past, present and future of robotics in a fun and inspiring way. You’ll be able to admire everything from the award-winning NOA humanoid robot to replicas of the famous Star Wars androids and EMROS, the world's smallest robot.

The Robot Museum also boasts the largest collection of robot dogs in Europe, and the second largest in the world. Not only are most of these robots on display, but visitors can also see them in action and interact with many of them.

The entrance fee to the centre includes a guided tour by specialized guides of approximately 45 minutes in length, in which theoretical information is alternated with live demonstrations. Visits can be in Spanish or English, and can only be made with a guide.


museum robot 1
museum robot 2

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Serrano, 61
Tourist area: 
Barrio de Salamanca
Opening Times: 

Monday to Friday: 4pm (English only), 5pm and 8pm

Saturday: 4:15pm, 5:15pm, 6:15pm, 7:15pm, 8:15pm

Tipo información turística: 
(+34) 91 447 88 08
Núñez de Balboa (L5, L9)
Rubén Darío (L5)
9 ,19, 51

General rate: € 5 .

Children (5 - 14 years): € 3 .

Students: € 4

Discount pack (Mon - Fri): € 7 (2 adults + 2 children under 14)

Free of charge: Children under 5 years of age, unemployed and people with functional diversity.