Here’s some good news! This year the Prado Museum has decided to resume its initiative “El Prado de noche” (the Prado at night), a project aimed at promoting visits from all types of audiences to its galleries. This includes special evenings accompanied by live music in the museum’s halls or guided tours on specific themes and works.

But most importantly, it offers free access on the first Saturday of each month!

On the first Saturday of each month, we can visit the Prado Museum completely free from 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm.

An evening visit to the Prado could be the unique experience you are looking for. Due to limited capacity and crowds, it’s best to go early and be patient. Entrance is through the “Puerta de los Jerónimos.” Unfortunately, since it’s a free option, advance booking isn’t available.

The Prado Museum is one of the largest and most esteemed art museums in Europe.

This “deal” adds up to the traditional “free hours” which are from Monday to Saturday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Sundays and holidays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Of course, you can always visit the Prado Museum at the time that suits you best by buying tickets online at https://entradas.museodelprado.es/

Goya, Bosch, Velázquez, Rubens, Titian, El Greco, Raphael… Who’s Your Muse?”

In the Prado Museum you will have the chance to stand in front of Francisco de Goya’s most forward-thinking and unsettling works: “Pinturas Negras” or Black Paintings. Created by Goya during the latter years of his life, these dark and enigmatic works represent a departure from his earlier style and a plunge into the depths of his own psyche and are a bridge into contemporary art.

Make time to contemplate “The Garden of Earthly Delights” by Hieronymus Bosch, one of the most breathtaking and enigmatic works in art history. Step into the rooms of the the Prado Museum, where Bosch’s mesmerizing works hold sway. Immerse yourself in a captivating display of Flemish artistry amidst Bosch’s surreal wonders. Each stroke of the paintings tell a story, from Jan van Eyck’s intricate “The Arnolfini Portrait” to Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s vibrant landscapes. The Flemish paintings in this sanctuary of art speak directly to your soul, leaving an indelible impression long after you’ve left the gallery.

If you require assistance in organizing your visit to the the Prado Museum or any other attraction, arranging a private tour of the city, or planning your travels throughout Madrid and Spain, feel free to reach out. We can schedule a call for a travel consultation or even arrange to meet in person and tour around!