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Museo Sorolla

Paseo General Martinez Campos 37, 28010 Madrid, Spain
+34 913 10 15 84
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The Sorolla Museum preserves the original atmosphere of both home and study of the painter Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, 1923). It houses the richest collection of his works, colourful paintings irradiating light and vitality. It is one of the more complete and best preserved artist homes remaining in Europe. The garden, also designed by himself, is a beautiful oasis in the city.
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“his life” (39 reviews)
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Paseo General Martinez Campos 37, 28010 Madrid, Spain
+34 913 10 15 84
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Reviewed 4 March 2015

A beautiful home and garden, studio and museum tribute to Sorolla. I would like to have had dinner with him and his family in the charming dining room with borders painted by him and including his family. Such beautiful soulful painting. This place let's you...More

3  Thank Sandra K
Reviewed 3 March 2015

I like the guided visit. The rooms and the paintings and the sculptures (his sister's) are very nice. The house is mantained as it was. The Garden is nice. It is not crwded.

2  Thank CR1946
Reviewed 26 February 2015

If you like realism and landscapes, the Sorolla museum is a wonderful, manageable museum. Unlike the huge size of the famous museums in Madrid like Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen, this museum is a small museum which is actually the house Sorolla used to live...More

2  Thank Laura B
Reviewed 24 February 2015

It is a beautiful place with charming museum. The paintings of Sorolla are absolutely amazing. If you love impressionists this is a place to go.

1  Thank AgaTheBlueTiger
Reviewed 24 February 2015

We went here on the last day of our five day trip to Madrid and it was a great way to end what was essentially a cultural feast. Unlike the, most-visited large, museums, the Sorolla is based in,what was , the artist's home and what...More

1  Thank swalker_12
Reviewed 23 February 2015

This was an interesting excursion a little way out from the centre, but was easy to get to. As others have said, it's a nice change from the huge galleries for which Madrid is famous, and the way it is presented is lovely, with the...More

2  Thank Carpentr
Reviewed 22 February 2015

The city of Madrid offers some of the best art museums in the world. On a grand scale there are collections like the Prado,the Sophia and the Thyssen (all worth visiting without a doubt). On a smaller and more personal scale, there are little jewels...More

Thank sandyinspain
Reviewed 21 February 2015

I can't even remember how much we paid to get into the museum (3 euros each?) but it is great value to see this wonderful artists house and paintings in a part of Madrid you would not expect to have such a treasure. You will...More

1  Thank Thelockes
Reviewed 20 February 2015

I really loved the little garden outside of the museum. The gallery with pictures from the Sorolla musical was also a big highlight!

Thank Natttsss
Reviewed 18 February 2015

It's a very small and charming museum. The Sorolla spirit is everywhere. There are not tons of paintings from him but a good representation of his style and art.

Thank Jaware
Multi-story residential buildings decorated with
ornate balconies line the traditional, quiet, and
pretty streets of Chamberí. Humble storefronts and
neighbourhood taverns are scattered across the lower
levels down every block, and here and there, there's a
cluster of tables on the sidewalk. It isn't ever
crowded, but people are always out, poking into the
tiny bakeries, hardware stores, and tobacco shops, or
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3 May 2017|
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Response from MuseoSorolla | Property representative |
Hola! You can find all the transport information at our website! You can take metro lines 1(Iglesias), 5 (Rubén Dario) or 7 and 10 (Gregorio Marañón). Buses: 5, 61, 16 stop Museum Sorolla our by taxi Best regards
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11 November 2016|
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Response from rosário a | Reviewed this property |
I think it´s open till 9 p.m.
9 September 2016|
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Response from felises | Reviewed this property |
I believe we went on Sunday and it was free. You will have to check the website.