The Museo del Romanticism is located in the heart of Malasaña in an ancient building in the central calle San Mateo. Due to the characteristics of the place itself, the capacity is quite limited so, despite not being one of the most visited museums, we recommend you schedule your visit in advance. The embryo of this museum was conceived in 1921 with an exhibition of more than 80 paintings from the collection of the Marquis de la Vega Inclan. After this impromptu start, many artists and different institutions started intermittently donating pieces for their exhibition. So now it features a broad spectrum of everything related to Spanish romanticism and takes the spectator on a journey through this movement until the nineteenth century. The palace opens its doors from Tuesdays to Sundays and admission is 3 euros. And there is a spectacular painting by Goya called San Gregorio Magno that you will have never seen before.
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