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Your Ultimate Guide To Discovering The Prado Museum Exhibitions in Madrid | 2023

Prado Museum is one of the greatest galleries in the world that houses an entire collection of Spanish paintings dated from the 11th-18th centuries, with additional masterpieces by European artists.

 Every year, flocks of people attend the numerous Prado exhibitions that are held at the museum. We are here to tell you exactly why! Get an insight into the kind of exhibitions held, why it’s worth your time and so much more.

Why you should attend a Prado Museum exhibition?

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  • Prado Exhibitions are a hard miss! The museum’s exhibition area was increased by more than 50%, where now, you can see four rooms for temporary exhibitions, a large entrance hall, an auditorium seating more than 400 people, storage facilities, and workshops for the restoration of artworks.
  • Get ready to immerse yourself in the art and culture of the city by exploring the history of European art and the stories behind some of the works that are on display at the exhibitions.
  • Discover various collections of art by some of the most important artists of that era – El Greco, Goya, and Velazquez, to name a few.

Prado Museum exhibitions 2023

Get indulged in the vast collection of artworks, ranging from the Renaissance period all the way to the era of Picasso all at the Prado Exhibitions in 2023.

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Spanish Masterpieces from The Frick Collection

Current Exhibition

The Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid is currently hosting an exhibition of Spanish Masterpieces from The Frick Collection until July 2nd. The Frick Collection is one of New York’s great art museums and this exhibition features a group of 9 celebrated works by Velázquez, El Greco, Murillo, and Goya. These paintings have made an exceptional journey to Spain thanks to the support of the Comunidad de Madrid

Location: Room 16A of the Museo Nacional del Prad

Date: 07 March 2023 - 02 July 2023

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Portraits by Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923)

Current Exhibition

The Prado Museum is paying tribute to Spanish painter Joaquín Sorolla with an exhibition that brings together a selection of his portraits held by the museum. The exhibition is located in Room 60 of the Villanueva Building, which is devoted to the presentation of 19th Century Collections. The exhibition is completed with some artworks that are part of the Permanent Collection in Room 60A and 62A.  

Location: Room 60 at the Villanueva building

Date: 21 December 2022 - 18 June 2023

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How do i attend a Prado Museum exhibition?

To attend a Prado exhibition, you need to book an entry ticket to the museum. Some exhibitions require you to reserve a spot online in advance. All the current Prado exhibitions are free to visit.




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Frequently asked questions about Prado Museum exhibitions

Q. Are there any Prado Museum exhibitions in 2023?

A. Yes, there are three main exhibitions scheduled for the rest of this year at the Prado Museum.

Q. What Prado Museum exhibitions are taking place in 2023?

A. History of the Museo del Prado and its Buildings , Goya, San Bernardino de Siena, and Annibale Carracci - The frescoes of the Herrera chapel.

Q. Can I attend the Prado Museum exhibitions?

A. Yes, you can save a spot for yourself at the Prado exhibitions. There’s no separate fee for the exhibitions so all you have to do is book an entrance ticket online. Additionally, some of the exhibitions require you to reserve a seat in advance.

Q. Are the Prado Museum exhibitions free?

A. Entry to the museum is  free between 6 PM and 8 PM from Monday to Saturday and between 5 PM and 7 PM on Sundays. Some temporary exhibits can be accessed upon entry.

Q. How long are the Prado Museum exhibitions?

A. The Prado exhibitions can last between 1 to 2 hours. Some temporary exhibits are on display for a significant period so you can take your time exploring them.

Q. Are the Prado Museum exhibitions worth it?

A. Visiting the Prado exhibitions in Madrid is worth an experience. You will discover a lot of exhibits with the most comprehensive collection of artworks from well-known artists across Europe.

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