Het Mint Museum in Madrid is een van de meest populaire toeristische attracties in de stad. Het museum bevindt zich in de voormalige koninklijke munt van Spanje, die werd opgericht in de 16e eeuw. Het museum herbergt een verzameling van meer dan 4.000 munten en medailles, evenals een bibliotheek met meer dan 2.000 boeken over numismatiek. Het museum is open voor het publiek van maandag tot vrijdag van 9.00 tot 15.00 uur.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
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Beautiful place, you have to visit it repeatedly because it is a wealth of history
A good museum, with pieces from all over Europe, and some from outside Europe. When I was there, there was also a temporary exhibition of coins from Africa. There are coins from ancient times in Greece to current coins in Spain, ordered by date and with a large number of them to be able to compare them. There is also some stamps, paper money and stamps.
I found the history and evolution of the Currency extraordinary, very interesting, I recommend it, I went on a Saturday morning, admission is free.
The collection of coins is huge, in addition to the machines used to make them, banknotes, medals and stamps. You learn quite a bit from the origin of currency to the modern age. When I went there was an incredible temporary exhibition of the medals that Manolo Prieto has made. Admission is free and it is open almost all day, although on weekends it closes at 2:00 p.m. It can be seen completely in less than two hours at a normal pace, an hour more if you read absolutely everything.
It was very pleasant to visit this museum in Madrid, I recommend it to everyone, the visiting hours are open and admission is free.
Magnificent museum and a fantastic and extensive history of currency from its origins to the present day. The audiovisuals and the free downloadable audio guide for mobiles are a great support during the visit. 100% recommendable. A very little known museum and one of the best without a doubt. Quite a pleasantly unexpected surprise.
The museum is located in a majestic building, it is located on the third floor of it. It is accessed after the security controls, you can go up either by stairs or by elevator. On the third floor a person with a wheelchair can move without problems. The route to follow is well signposted. We are received by a security staff or guide who very kindly tells us how to go around it, they also give us a game for the kids to play with the elements of the museum and thus be more entertaining. Then if you solve the game they give you a giant chocolate coin to the kids. In the museum you can see how coins and medals were designed until a few decades ago. machinery and history. Then you can see an impressive collection of coins from Spain and around the world, their history and how they were made. Very interesting, I recommend going first thing in the morning to give yourself time to enjoy everything.
If you are fond of numismatics, this should be a must see. And if you are not, I also recommend it, because this museum is a part of our history. If you have ever been to the Wizink Center, you may have wondered about that imposing and almost windowless building that is right next to it. Well this is it; but of course, what we can visit, the part of the museum, is a very small area of it. Obviously, the rooms where the little money is made remain hidden from the sight of curious people...
Very nice place, they have the history of the currency, doorbell, etc. Games for the little ones.
I am a coin collector and seeing this museum is a pleasure that I would spend the whole day. But I consider that it is a museum that has little impact. I think they do not give it the importance that currency has as a historical archive throughout history. We know how to date and understand historical social and political movements through coins. They do not give it the importance so that new generations can learn about the wonderful world of Numismatics.
Spectacular collection of coins. In addition, at the exit there is a coffee vending machine that for 0.40 euros makes you a pretty tasty coffee.
Great museum! I went with my children and the game of deciphering the mystery as a family has been amazing, a fun, playful and unique experience. Super recommended!!!!
The entrance to the exhibition is free with your passport, you download a guided tour in your language, and at the end you can buy a "souvenir" a coin that you make yourself after a good blow. Throughout the visit you take about an hour and a half, and it is very interesting.
Very interesting to visit, very large in one day you cannot see the whole
I did not know it and the truth was quite surprising, very curious and interesting, I recommend it.
It is free, i love
Very interesting. You need at least two hours to see everything. Great videos
Very nice, I recommend it but to go slowly, because if you want to see everything in detail it will take you at least 2 to 3 hours. Lots of history and very interesting.
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Well a very cool place, it has many exhibitions and coins from all centuries and history. It also has a large collection of stamps and lotteries. A very entertaining place with very friendly staff.
A great museum surprise. It has an incredible collection of coins and bills. They also have stamps, medals, and associated machinery. An incredible experience for the children with the investigation of the case of disappearance of a museum piece, they enjoyed it very much. Congratulations to the promoter of the idea. They want to repeat. The research materials were terrific. I encourage you to have more materials like this. Fully recommended and especially for children.
A great unknown in the museums in Madrid. The entry is completely free. The museum is located in the Coin and Stamp Factory, on its third floor. The tour is extensive, with 12 exhibition halls ranging from the appearance of the first coins to the present day. It also has an exhibition dedicated to stamps. Highly recommended.
Great exhibition for fans of numismatics, they have an impressive exhibition of ancient Greek, Roman coins ... Free, few people and I think you can go seeing the Museum with an audio guide through your smartphone
I'm here after watching money heist
Worth spending a couple of hours one morning for free
amazing place to visit, the staff is great and helpful. The museum looks great with a very easy navigation and the collection is amazing from the beginning of times to the most recent and unusual bills, you shall find it all in this amazing place. the best part is that you don't have to pay to visit this building and it near the metro station.
I like it.!
free money/coin museum rich and very well designed. good gift shop
If I stay with you if I'm choosing wrong I don't care at all. All my time my life is going on
This was surprisingly awesome, and the staff were lovely. We ended up going two days in a row - highly recommended (they have audio tours in English too)
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Nice, but all the information is in Spanish...
The museum dates from the eighteenth century and its origins are closely linked with Tomás Francisco Prieto, General Engraver of the Mint of King Carlos III. He was Director of Engraving at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando and in 1771 founded a School of Engraving. At this school were the craftsmen who would later to work at the Royal Mint of Spain and its colonies.
Very nice museum with a lot to see!
It's a great place to know the history of the Spain
Good place to visit
Temporary exhibition and permanent coin and notes museum. Free access. Those are shots from Mitsuo Miura exhibition.
Money Heist, good show