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This is a free resource which is underground and easy to miss and reminds me of the Barbican centre in London which was built around the same time. At the moment there is an exhibition about post civil war popular music and culture which is...More
I have been passed Plaza Colon many times and had no idea that this huge underground space existed. It is a bit like The Barbican in London with various separate exhibition spaces. At the moment one of the large spaces is being used as part...More
This center mostly rents exhibits that travel, very much like the Discovery Museum near Times Square in NYC. I have seen 3-4 exhibits here and the quality varies. Give. That most museums are free (or inexpensive) in Madrid, this museum stands out for its admissions...More
Modern Flamenco, 23 June 2016, show was Amorente, singing and dancing, great show modern artist's, percusion, guitar, all in Spanish. Very few tourists, lots of their fellow dancers, other artists.
We took taxi to and from, but it's on or near the Colon metro stop,...More
I thoroughly enjoyed this exhibition.
It is well worth the entrance fee.
Everything is well exhibited and the audio guide gives an excellent commentary on the event of the sinking of the ship.There are also interesting objets on show.
The only comment I would make...More
We went to this center specifically to see the Titanic exhibition and we liked it. It presents 200 genuine objects belonging to former Titanic travelers or the ship itself plus numerous facts about the ship.
I found it impressive that it takes you from its...More