Location: Madrid Availability: year round Duration: 1 and half hours. Capacity: maximum limit 700 people.
LISTEN TO THE SILENCE,
within closed doors
The Prado Museum, exclusively for you only
As the sun sets over Madrid, the doors to one of the most visited museums in the world close, and the public leaves the masterpieces of the 17th and 18th centuries to sleep in peace. But that’s when you enter the scene.
In complete privacy and with all the halls empty, an expert guide is there to show you, and you alone, all the details that few can ever hear in this sanctuary of European art.
You’ll find out about all the kings of Spain and their relationship to the works on display: Goya and Carlos IV, Hieronymus Bosch and other Flemish artists and Felipe II, Velázquez and Rubens and Felipe IV. And Murillo, and El Greco, and Raphael, and more, much more.
Just imagine: you alone, standing next to The Garden of Earthly Delights, or Saturn Devouring His Son, or Las Meninas… Or seeing so many other of famous works on display here.
Deciding exactly where you want to go. It depends on you only. And if you want, after the visit you can enjoy a magnificent cocktail or have dinner in the museum itself, in the Sala de las Musas or the Vestibule of St. Jeronimo. All you have to do is ask.
The inspiration of the masters is waiting for you, alone.