Cerralbo Museum (Museo Cerralbo) Tours and Tickets
Housed in the palatial former home of the 17th Marquis of Cerralbo, Enrique de Aguilera y Gamboa, the Cerralbo Museum is one of Madrid’s most opulent collections of furniture, statues, and other 19th century artifacts.
Calle de Ventura Rodríguez, 15-17, 28008 Madrid
Tours and Activities to Experience Cerralbo Museum (Museo Cerralbo)
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Immerse yourself in the medieval majesty of Toledo, a UNESCO-listed site replete with historical monuments, and Segovia on a full-day tour from Madrid. With a knowledgeable guide, witness the arresting landmarks of each city while discovering fascinating historical facts. Admire the Primada Cathedral in Toledo, marvel at the ancient aqueduct and regal Alcazar in Segovia, and gain valuable insight into the history and culture of each city from your expert guide. Enjoy the convenience of comfortable round-trip transportation on this tour.
Experience the fever of flamenco dancing during a show in one of Spain’s most esteemed ‘tablaos’ (flamenco venues) in Madrid. Select a show time convenient for you, then venture to the beating heart of Madrid’s Old Town to experience an evening of music and dance. Enjoy a welcome drink or upgrade to include a 3-, 4-, or 5-course feast of Spanish specialties. Then take in a passionate performance from some of Spain’s top dancers.
A hop-on hop-off Madrid sightseeing tour by open-top double-decker bus is the perfect introduction to this incredible city. Select a 1- or 2-day ticket that lets you board and disembark at any of the stops along two interconnecting routes, so you can explore city sights at your own pace. Hear onboard audio commentary and check out Madrid’s many plazas, museums, and theaters with the provided map and guidebook.
Explore two of Spain's oldest cities on a day trip from Madrid without the hassle of renting a car or figuring out train and bus services. This guided tour takes you to Avila and Segovia, two cities that are so rich in history and architecture that they are known as Spain's Heritage of Mankind cities.
Enjoy in a few hours one of the most popular points in Madrid, the Royal Palace. Visit the biggest palace in all Europe and have the opportunity to include a guided tour during approximately an hour to see the most important rooms of the former residence.
Flamenco is synonymous with Spanish culture but, for visitors, it can be hard to cut through the tourist traps to find an authentic performance. This show at the Centro Cultural Flamenco, Madrid offers an intimate and unforgettable experience of traditional flamenco.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Cerralbo Museum (Museo Cerralbo) hours of operation?
Cerralbo Museum (Museo Cerralbo) hours of operation: Tue-Sat: 9:30am - 3pm. Thu 5pm - 8pm. Sun and holidays 10am - 3pm. Closed on Mondays and most holidays.. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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