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Found this place by accident but I'm a dweeb for Toulouse-Lautrec so wandered in. Building very modern and fresh and clean. Entry to exhibition was only 5 euros (in Uk would have been £15) and put my bags in the locker area.
Exhibition was great...More
Caixa Forum is located in a nice building near the Prado Museum. We saw the Walt Disney exhibition, which included many movies and cartoons that reminded me of my childhood. It was interesting to see the history of this great man and the building of...More
Ah........we were "lucky ducks".....as the day we arrived was the opening of the PHARAOH exhibition. For 4 euro each , these 2 seniors got their money's worth. There were lots of school groups and it was noisy, but the exhibit was phenomenal...and we have seen...More
There are two good reasons to visit Caixa Forum now. The one is their exhibition of ancient Egypt, it is loaned from the British Museum. Exhibition is not big but it is very well organized and gives a lot of information. But the very stable...More
Had a really nice lunch in the restaurant here but staff were not friendly. Ordered in our ‘poor Spanish’ and normally it’s appreciated you are at least attempting the language, but staff were surly and unwelcoming. However the food was excellent and very good value.
There are two great exhibits there now, totally unrelated. The exhibit on Egyptian history is on loan from the British Museum. It is well organized and actually kind of fun to go through. The Disney exhibit is a great journey through the history of translating...More
At the entrance to the exhibition centre is a fabulous living wall. So well kept and always looking good, especially on a bright sunny day like it was when we saw it. Gets you on the right mid before you even go in.