Tickets to the Reina Sofia Museum

About Reina Sofia Museum

The Reina Sofía Museum is open from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Monday and Wednesday through Saturday. It is open from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM on Sundays. The Museum is closed on Tuesdays.

The Museum is closed on January 1st and 6th, May 1st and 16th, November 9th and‌ December 24th, 25th and 31st.

The best time to visit the Reina Sofía Museum is on weekdays when it opens to avoid crowding.

Schedule up to three hours to explore the Museum.

  • Explore Madrids’s daring modern and contemporary art museum

Reina Sofía Museum was opened in 1992 to host the 20th-century Spanish art collection dating from 1881, Picasso’s birth year. There are works by Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Julio González, Alfonso Ponce de León, and other pivotal artists.

  • Be mesmerized by Salvador Dalí’s surreal fantasies

Scrutinize the suggestive Great Masturbator and the famous Enigma of Hitler painting, a reason to expel Dali from the surrealist movement.

  • Discover Pablo Picasso’s monochrome antiwar masterpiece, Guernica

After its intercontinental journey from MoMA to Museo del Prado, it is now a top draw at the Reina Sofía Museum.

  • Browse the wide sampling of Joan Miró’s abstractions and sculptures

See his primary-colored paintings that inspired the Barcelona 1992 Olympics emblem.

  • Admire the striking exterior of the Museum

Its 18th-century building and the glass-and-steel recent addition to it by the starchitect Jean Nouvel suggest the cutting-edge artworks inside.

Reina Sofía Museum is located in Madrid, Spain, at Calle de Sta. Isabel, 52. You can access it by subway to Estación del Arte and Retiro stations or by bus to Reina Sofía, Delicias – Atocha, and Prado – Atocha stations.

Reina Sofía Museum's general ticket price is €12.

The Museum offers free admission to seniors over 65 and children under 18.

Don’t miss anything while you explore the permanent collection in Reina Sofía Museum with the in-app audio tour Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid. You can get in right away and skip the line: the entry tickets are included.

What people say about Reina Sofia Museum

July 2022
Everithing perfect you have to be a lillye bit wise to download the tickets after downloading the app but with a llitle knowledge works perfect
October 2021
Nice off season visit, skip the line still came in handy. Got the handset and enjoyed the Miro sculpture in the garden, Picasso’s Geurneca, Alexander Calders sculptures, Dali and the best of the rest. Take about two hours to really enjoy. Cubist exhibit was sadly closed.

FAQ about Reina Sofia Museum

It is better to buy tickets beforehand to secure your spot. You can do it online and at the ticket offices in Reina Sofía Museum. Book the self-guided audio tour with the entry ticket included on our website to skip the lines.

You can buy the Reina Sofía Museum tickets up to 4 months ahead. We recommend booking on our website to get the self-guided audio tour too and make the most of your visit.