Exhibitions in Madrid

  • The museum has reopened to the public with a unique exhibition which sees its most iconic artworks displayed together for the first time (Prado Museum - Central Gallery. Till 13 September).

  • Reencuentro



The 23rd edition of PHotoESPAÑA features exhibitions and digital projects in museums and art centres (Various locations. 25 Jun-31 Oct).

A review of the careers of the French and Swiss sculptors, leading to an interesting dialogue between both artists (Mapfre Foundation. Recoletos Exhibition Hall. 2 Jun-23 Aug).

For the first time in Spain, an exhibition on the 17th-century Dutch painter's work as a portraitist (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 6 Jun-30 Aug).

An opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of vampires by learning about their different facets from different artistic practices (CaixaForum Madrid. 1 Jun-6 Sept).

The exhibition centres on the feminist actress and video-maker Delphine Seyrig (Reina Sofia Museum - Sabatini Building, 3rd floor. Till 27 July).

Monographic exhibition that offers an extensive review of the career of one of the most prestigious artists on the international scene (Espacio Telefónica Foundation. 26 Jun-10 Jan).

The New York artist pays tribute to the oceans, their fauna and flora, their biodiversity and their delicate ecology (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 6 Jun-13 Sept).

Retrospective dedicated to the work of the Italian artist, linked to arte povera and the search for the mythical (Velázquez Palace. 6 Jun-30 Aug).

A retrospective on the drawings and sculptures created by the famous French artist (Fundación Canal. 16 Jun-16 Aug).

An exhibition that portrays a global image of the career of the Spanish fashion designer and artist (Canal de Isabel II of the Region of Madrid Exhibition Hall. 9 Jun-26 Jul).

A selection of the most outstanding drawings by one of the most internationally recognised Spanish painters (Sorolla Museum. Till 30 August).

A project that shows the inseparable way in which palace and religious life are united (Royal Palace. Till 15 September).


Make your way up to the observation deck of the former transmissions tower and enjoy a stunning view of the city.

Take in the city's top sights on board our hop on hop off bus, equipped with audio guides in 14 languages.

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On Sunday 21 June, the three-month state of emergency declared in response to the coronavirus pandemic came to an end. The borders have now been reopened to visitors arriving from Schengen countries and the UK, and people are allowed to travel freely around the country.

Since Saturday, 4 July 2020 (Friday night to Saturday morning) borders will effectively be reopened for residents of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.


  • Madrid's excellent transport system allows you to get around the city quickly and safely by bus, metro, train or taxi.

    Getting around Madrid
  • Take a peek at our selection of the most important events taking place in Madrid and start planning your next visit!

    Madrid Events Calendar
  • René Magritte. La Clef des champs, 1936. Óleo sobre lienzo. 80 x 60 cm © VEGAP, Madrid
  • Rembrandt, Vampires, Rodin-Giacometti, Richard Learoyd, Delibes, Katz, Magritte, PHotoEspaña...

    Unmissable exhibitions in 2020
  • Piet Mondrian, Composición con rojo, negro, amarillo y gris, 1921. Óleo sobre lienzo, 39,5 x 35 cm, Kunstmuseum Den Haag © Mondrian // Holtzman Trust