14.Museum of Romanticism, Madrid
This charming museum was founded by the Marquis of La
Vega-Inclán in 1921, who started it by donating his collec-
tion of Romantic period art Spanish state. The museum is
tain the atmosphere of Romanticism. The galleries not only
show pieces of art, but also give a faithful representation of
daily life in The Romantic Era .
The core of the collection is 86 paintings and pieces of fur-
niture initially owned by the Marquis. Other pieces were
gradually added through different donations, including
works by artists like Leonardo Alenza and Francisco Lamey-
er, as well as personal objects from such important Spanish
The collection is rich and varied, with 1,682 pieces permanently exhibited, offering a unique
portrait of this fascinating period.
Image Credit: Joaaqín Espalter's Mefistofeles. Image by Rotatebot.
When It's Free
which vary throughout the year.
914 48 10 45
Neighborhood : Tribunal.
Public Transportation: Tribunal Metro Station (Lines 1 and 10).