Museo Sorolla

Paseo General Martinez Campos 37, Madrid


Sorolla Museum is located in Spanish capital and represents the works of famous Spanish impressionist artist Joaquin Sorolla.

Artist’s house serves as premises for the museum. Enrique Maria Repulles redesigned the house to serve as a museum. It became a Cultural Attraction in 1962. The main rooms still look the way they did during Sorolla’s life, with all the furniture and stuff, including his personal studio. Other rooms serve as galleries exhibiting Sorolla's paintings. The second floor rooms house special exhibitions. The museum also has a garden designed by the artist himself.

General ticket costs just 3 euros. The museum works from Tuesday to Saturday 9.30am to 8pm and from 10am to 3pm on Sundays and public holidays.

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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    10:00 - 15:00

  • Tue

    09:30 - 20:00

  • Wed

    09:30 - 20:00

  • Thu

    09:30 - 20:00

  • Fri

    09:30 - 20:00

  • Sat

    09:30 - 20:00

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  • Sofia Faye

    - 23 August 2018 -

    For English speakers- this is a must see museum. It's gorgeous inside and out, with the garden and all, and it's truly worth seeing the stunning paintings. Plus, they've got all the guides in English too. Et français aussi.

  • Brooks Coleman

    - 22 August 2018 -

    A wonderful museum full of the artist's paintings as well as his own personal collection of furniture and sculptures. Definitely worth a visit!

  • Trevor Pitcher

    - 06 August 2018 -

    Wonderful house where Joaquin Sorolla lived and painted. Full of original furniture and his paintings. We'll worth a visit especially if you've never heard of him. Like me!

  • Tony Ruiz

    - 03 August 2018 -

    The museum was amazing! A great place to review an impressionist / naturalist painter. The house was colorful, light, and Airy. He was a master of light and painting in different shades of white. From his paintings, it is clear that he adored his family.

  • Gabriela Aslı Rino Nesin

    - 12 July 2018 -

    Beautiful museum, small and manageable in and hour or two. Very cheap entry too. Strongly recommend it

  • César Orille Museums & Gyms

    - 25 June 2018 -

    This unique museum is the house were the painter Sorolla lived with his family. The house garden is lovely. The museum is not very large, the admission is 3€.

  • Albert Ko

    - 18 June 2018 -

    The hidden gem of Madrid museums. The combination of history, architecture, culture, and fine art is great. It's also free on Sunday... And the gardens are beautiful and shaded. Nice place for a short rest from the hot sun.

  • Carlye Beyer

    - 04 June 2018 -

    Nice small museum, and beautiful outdoor gardens. The upstairs was closed when I went by the downstairs of the house has lots of paintings by Sorolla with great information about them on cards in each room. The museum is free after 2 on Saturdays and on Sundays.

  • Jeffery Davis

    - 31 May 2018 -

    This is a very unique museum. It houses many beautiful works by the exceptiona Spanish artist Sorolla. Art is displayed in his actual home within the actual rooms that he and his family lived in. His personal collectables are spread throughout the home and all of these are also displayed with very good tast. His studio is also intact. The audio guide is excellent and an absolute asset to your visit. This is a rare opportunity to see the way a great artist lived with everything perfectly preserved in an exceptional and beautiful home and lovely small gardens and water features.

  • Miguel Martínez

    - 13 May 2018 -

    Great place to spend a couple hours, very close to Madrid Downtown. Great for art lovers, but a little crowded sometimes, the garden outside is gorgeous

Museo Sorolla tours

Guided Tour Sorolla Museum of Madrid

Visit the collection of one of the best conserved houses in Europe on this 1 hour 30 minutes guided tour. Get to know the workshop and last home to the painter Joaquín Sorolla, along with its temporary exhibits.

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