Interactive visit aimed at introducing families with children aged between 7 and 12 to the world of art. It starts with the tour “The city for travelling families”: participants, accompanied by an educator, undertake a journey through the paintings in the collection, discovering different cities worldwide and learning about various themes related to the depiction of cities and travel in art Large Families Price: 8 €. Discount: 15% off and free ticket for the third child and subsequents. Accreditation required on the desk with the corresponding family card.
fThere are two workshop visits aimed at children aged from 3 to 6,
entitled Inspector Thyssen and Blue Enchantment and lasting
approximately 2 hours.
In Inspector Thyssen young children
together with adults must solve a mystery occurring in the Museum. With Blue Enchantment participants are immersed in painting in order to
stimulate their imagination through colour.
The maximum number of
tickets that can be acquired is 4, and purchases are limited to one per
day. Only 2 bookings are allowed per family per term. The price of the
activities is 8 euros per person. Large families are entitled to a 15%
discount and free tickets for the third and subsequent children. Proof
of status must be shown at the Museum’s ticket desks before the visit.
Important! Sundays there are traffic restictions on Paseo del Prado street
There are four different visits for adults with children aged from 7 to
12: White on White, Sit Down, What If We Talk about the Weather?, A Labyrinth of Paths, During 2 hours 30 minutes participants will discover various works in the Museum in a participatory manner, followed by an artistic activity that complements what they have learned in the galleries.
The maximum number of tickets that can be acquired is 4, and purchases are limited to one per day.
Only 2 bookings are allowed per family per term. The price of the activities is 8 euros per person.
Large families are entitled to a 15% discount and free tickets for the third and subsequent
children. Proof of status must be shown at the Museum’ Information desks
before the visit.
Organised in collaboration with ISEM (Fashion Business Schools-Universidad de Navarra), this course aims to analyse the presence of fashion in the work of Joaquín Sorolla, particularly in his female portraits painted between 1890 and 1920. Over the course of eight sessions, experts from the Museo del Prado, the Museo Sorolla, the Biblioteca Nacional and the Museo del Traje as well as various university academics will look at Sorolla as a chronicler of changes in fashion and style in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The course takes place between 28 February and 25 April on Wednesdays at 5.30pm in the Museum’s Auditorium
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