Museo Del Romanticismo, Madrid

4.3
#11 of 92 in Museums in Madrid
Museo Del Romanticismo dedicates its collections to artwork largely from the 19th century and features a huge array of pieces, including furniture and paintings, especially portraits of notables, such as Queen Isabel II. The museum is privately owned, so its atmosphere is cozy and quirky. Most of the displays have explanations, but consider hiring a guide if you’d like additional information. Finish your visit with a cup of tea from the cafe in the garden. Using our custom trip planner, Madrid attractions like Museo Del Romanticismo can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • It is a very "intervene" house, and the display of artefacts and furniture seemed to be overwhelmed, I really can tell if that was a house from the Romanticism Period. Besides that, what was...  more »
  • This museum is set in a house built in 1776 and is decorated and contains a huge collection of paintings and furniture from the Romantic period which occurred in the middle of the 19th century. You...  more »
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  • One of the most beautiful museums I have visited so far. Not only that the exhibits are interesting, you can even feel the atmosphere of the palace almost as if you actually traveled back in time. The staff is very nice and friendly here and you can see that they actually enjoy what they do. I also appreciate the nice guide you can borrow and read. I'm not a fan of those audio guides for mass tourists. Plus, the entry is free for students which is amazing. And if it isn't enough, you can end your visit in a lovely calm garden with s coffee.
  • An enjoyable place with lots of interesting items, but the staff are a bit overbearing—we were studying some of the objects because we were fascinated, and a staff came up to us to say not to touch, but we were not touching anything! I saw another group experienced this treatment as well while they were looking at something a bit too intensely I guess. Unless someone was actually touching something, I suggest the staff to be a little more relaxed please.

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