Royal Collections Gallery in Madrid. Guided Tour

Let yourself be guided by Expert Guides in the Gallery

Visit the Gallery of the Royal Collections accompanied by a Certified Level Guide.

Personalization, quality, and professionalism set us apart

Entrance Royal Collections Gallery in Madrid

Guided tours of the Gallery of the Royal Collections are one of the most anticipated activities for the Tour Time team, as it represents Spain’s most significant museum project in decades.

Enjoy the Gallery of the Royal Collections with an Accredited Official Guide.

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What is the price of the visit?

Private groups: €170 (1 to 4 people)
Additional: €40/person from the fifth person onwards. Inquire about discounts for groups of six or more.
Children up to 6 years old: Free
Reduced Price: €29* (Children aged 6 to 12 and individuals with special needs). *The reduction applies as long as it does not affect the base price of €170.

Note: Check for possible price variations on weekends and holidays for private groups.

What are private groups? These are family or friend groups of up to 15 people. The visit is private in the sense that no unrelated individuals join the group.
Inquire about special prices for corporate groups or collectives.

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Where is the meeting point?

    • Plaza de la Armería (general entrance)
    • Cuesta de la Vega (group and temporary exhibitions entrance)
    • Calle Bailén 8, 28013, Madrid (Check the map below).

Schedule: The guide will coordinate the starting time with you. Please indicate your preferences in the information form.

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How long does the visit last?

Guided tours of the Royal Collections Galleries last 2 hours and 30 minutes to cover the main works. Afterward, you can stay in the museum as long as you want. The schedule is tailored to your needs, and the guide will coordinate it with you before the visit.

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¿What does this visit include?

    • Language: English, Spanish.
    • Guided tour of floors -1 and -2 (Exhibition of the Habsburgs and Bourbons). The client can stay afterward to visit floor -3 for an unlimited time.
    • Personalized treatment. We adapt to each client.
    • Regular and/or exclusive Tour Time guides.
    • Itinerary adapted to see the most important works in the museum.
    • In-depth explanations and anecdotes.
    • Assistance and accompaniment from the Tour Time team.
    • See infographic below.
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Information about services not included:

Not included (Tickets to the Royal Collections Gallery): Tickets to the Royal Collections Gallery are not included in the visit price.

Gallery entrance prices: General admission: €14 and Reduced admission: €7. You can purchase your tickets on the same day at the museum or reserve them through Tour Time at no additional cost to avoid queues. If you want us to buy them, indicate it in the contact form. Attendance increases on weekends, so book as soon as possible to have it organized.

You have an airport pick-up service or any other point in Madrid, with prior reservation.

Fill out the form to book or inquire about the visit with an accredited guide.

You have a pick up service from the airport or any other point in Madrid, prior reservation

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Tour guided by:

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Eva - Official tourist guide Num 292
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Leticia - Official tourist guide Num 598

Find out about the guided tour of the Royal Collection Gallery..

Fill in the form for reservation or find out about the visit with an accredited guide. Indicate if you want to buy the tickets to the Royal Collection Gallery through Tour Time..

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FAQ:

    • How to make the reservation? Fill in the form indicating day and time, number of people, etc… We will contact you to discuss details, so you will not have any doubts.
    • Is a minimum number of participants required? The published price is for a minimum of three people, but we also customize for one person. Check the price by filling out the information form.
    • Form of payment: Bank Transfer,  cash, Bizum. 
    • What are radio guides? They are a wireless guiding system that allows easy communication between the guide and the visitor. It is the most practical and advisable method for communication so that you don’t miss any details. Do not confuse with Audioguide (in this case, there is no physical person interacting with the visitor).
    • What is an open group? If you come alone or as a couple, you can join other people to form a group.
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Cancellation:

  • If you have paid in advance for the tour reservation, you can cancel up to 24 hours before for a full refund.
  • If canceled with less notice, arrives late, or does not show up, there will be no entitlement to a refund.

About the visit to the Royal Collections Gallery:

If you are looking for a unique way to experience Spanish history and culture, a visit to the Royal Collections Gallery is something you can’t miss. This impressive museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the kings of Spain through a collection of artworks, weapons, jewelry, and other historical objects.

It covers an area of 40,000 m2 spread across 7 floors, with 9,000 m2 dedicated to exhibitions, showcasing the diversity and richness of the Royal Collections.

Some of the highlights of the collection include:

Paintings showed in the Royal Collection Gallery in Madrid

The painting collection of the Royal Collections Gallery is one of the most impressive in Spain. It includes works by artists such as Goya, Velázquez, Rubens, or El Bosco, among others.

Jewelry

The jewelry collection of the Royal Collections Gallery is breathtaking. It includes some of the most valuable and rare pieces of the Spanish Crown, such as the Tiara of Queen Victoria Eugenia and the pearl necklace of Queen Isabel II.

Weapons

The weapons collection of the Royal Collections Gallery is one of the most extensive in the world. It includes weapons of all kinds, from swords to pistols and cannons.

Tapestries

The gallery’s tapestries are considered one of the most important collections in the world, as they are unique pieces dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries. The tapestries of the Royal Collections Gallery are made with a special weaving technique called “high warp,” which allows for the creation of detailed and colorful images. Each tapestry tells a different story and represents a scene from the lives of the kings of Spain. These tapestries have been recently restored to maintain their beauty and historical value.

Many of the 650 pieces that will be displayed in the museum will be in constant rotation, with a cultural and educational goal to showcase the richness and quality of our heritage.

A curiosity about the Royal Collections Gallery:

The idea of building the Royal Collections Gallery was born during the Second Republic and was resumed in 1998 when its construction was approved.

After several delays, Madrid will be able to boast a new museum, and you could visit it. The Tour Time team will be delighted to show it to you on a guided tour led by professionals who love Madrid and its history.

Video: What is the Royal Collections Gallery like?

Video recorded on the first day of the open sessions of the Royal Collections Gallery. Tour Time was the first company to organize a visit to the Galleries. 

Infographic Royal Collection Gallery in Madrid - TourTime
Infographic Royal Collection Gallery in Madrid - TourTime