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Skip The Line Ticket for the Prado Museum

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Discover Spanish and European masterpieces on display at the Prado, one of the world's most beautiful museums. With your skip-the-line ticket, bypass the long queues and start enjoying your visit without delay.


  • Discover the world's largest collection of Spanish works of art
  • Admire the paintings of Rembrandt, Dürer, Velázquez and Goya
  • Explore the Prado’s many rooms and its more than 1000 sculptures
  • Museum access is free for children and anyone under the age of 25 with a valid ID card
  • Instant confirmation of your reservation
  • Skip the Line Access
  • Free for people under 18
  • See famous paintings from Goya or Raphael
  • Food and beverages
  • Hotel / Airport pick-up/drop-off
  • audio-guide (optional)
  • Description

    Inaugurated almost two hundred years ago, the Prado Museum is one of Madrid's most emblematic institutions. The bulk of its collection is made up of European paintings dating from the fourteenth century up to the beginning of the nineteenth century, with masterpieces by renowned artists such as Raphael, Rembrandt, Goya and Poussin.

    The building, designed by the architect Juan de Villanueva in 1785, also houses some 6400 drawings and more than 1000 sculptures. Only 1300 works are however on permanent display, with the other works in the collection often on loan to partner institutions.
    Take advantage of our skip-the-line ticket to quickly enter the museum. You'll be saving a considerable amount of time much better spent exploring the many galleries of this neo-classical building.
    The Prado, one of the largest art galleries in the world, exhibits several world-famous masterpieces, including the Dos de mayo and Tres de mayo by Goya, Las Meninas by Velázquez and the Madonna of the Rose (Madonna della Rosa) by the Italian artist Raphael.


    How to get your tickets?

    Step 1 - Go to the Prado Museum


    Good to know

    It is possible to rent an audio guide for €3.50 for the duration of your visit.
    Audio guides are available in English, Spanish, French, Italian and German for nearly 250 works of art, and in Russian, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese for a selection of 50 masterpieces.
    Children under the age of 18, students aged 19 to 25 and teachers accompanying groups of students all benefit from free access to the museum.
    Final admissions for the day take place thirty minutes before the actual closing of the museum.

    Cancellation policy

    All ticket sales are definitive and unfortunately no refunds can be given.



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    Excellent experience; good service, efficient organization and no waiting in line. Worth every penny.

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