Opening hours

Sunday from 10:00 to 15:00, Monday from 10:00 to 16.30, Tuesdays: closed. Wednesday from 10:00 to 16:30, Thursday from 10:00 to 16:30, Friday from 10:00 to 16:30, Saturday from 10:00 to 16:30, The Museo Lázaro Galdiano will remain closed on January 1 and 6, March 28 and 29, May 1 and 15, August 15, November 1, and December 24, 25 and 31, 2013. For more information, please call 00-34-91-561-6084, and ask for extension 101.

Admission Fees, per person

Visitors: €6.00 

Afternoon guided visits: €8.00 (with reservation only).

Discounted entrance fee: €3.00 (at entrance and upon showing valid ID):
Person over 60.
Students with valid student pass.
Family groups: one adult and three children. One adult and two children, one of whom is disabled, if they are part of a Large Family.
Disabled visitors.
Groups over 10 persons who have scheduled a visit.

Free admission:
On opening from 15:30 until 16:30. On Sundays, from 14:00 until 15:00.
All children under 12 years of age accompanied by an adult.
All persons who are unemployed.
All teachers.
Visitors who are members of organizations (such as ICOM, professional associations and teaching centers) that have signed agreements with the Fundación Lázaro Galdiano granting free admission to the Museum.


Serrano, 122. 28006 Madrid
Telephone: +34 91 561 60 84

Line 5: Rubén Darío stop (Castellana exit). Lines 7 and 10: Gregorio Marañón stop. Lines 5 and 9: Núñez de Balboa stop (Velázquez exit). Lines 6, 7 and 9: Avenida de América stop (Pedro de Valdivia exit).

Along Serrano Street, lines 9, 16, 19, 51. Along María de Molina Street, line 12. Along Paseo de la Castellana, lines 7, 14, 27, 40, 145 and 150. Along Diego de León Street, line 61.

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Lázaro Galdiano Museum

The Museum of Lázaro Galdiano (Spanish: Museo Lázaro Galdiano) is a museum located in Madrid, Spain. It houses the art collection of José Lázaro Galdiano.

The palatial building was constructed in 1903 as the residence of Lázaro Galdiano and his wife and is set within grounds that also hold the library containing Galdiano’s important collection of incunabula and manuscripts. The conversion to a museum has respected the original interiors, which feature elaborate baroque painted ceilings commissioned by Galdiano; and the building was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1962.




The Museum contains important collections of important works of from the prehistoric period to the nineteenth century, with a focus on Iberian work. Major categories include jewelery, small bronzes, both ecclesiastical and domestic silver, ceramics, carved ivory, and numismatics. Objects come not only from Iberia, but from major centers of medieval artistry including Limoges and Egypt. While the Renaissance is especially well represented, the collection features important early medieval objects including Visigothic work, and works crafted by Iberia’s ancient Celtic culture.

The painting collection includes work by:

  • Bosch (St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness),
  • Goya (Witches’ Sabbath and other works)
  • George Romney
  • El Greco
  • Joshua Reynolds
  • Velázquez
  • Zurbarán

The museum shows a total of four thousand eight hundred and twenty pieces spread over four floors of the building following a simple scheme, supplemented with texts and living plant, which identifies and enjoy the quality and variety of the collection.

Where to sleep?

Near of the Museum

Where to eat?

Near of the Museum