Turismo Madrid

 

Descubre el Palacio de Linares a través de sus visitas

Located in the well-known Plaza de Cibeles is the Linares Palace, an exquisite building, built thanks to the Marquises of Linares and that since 1992 has recovered its activity hosting the headquarters Casa de América. Now you have the opportunity to learn more about its history through guided visits, and all its secrets through dramatized visits. Are you going to miss it?

Dramatized visits

On the first Saturday of every month, you will have the opportunity to learn first-hand the secrets and mysteries hidden in the Linares Palace, thanks to the nightly dramatized visits. Accompanied, among other characters, by a mysterious steward, the housekeeper and a marquis, you will tour the palace rooms for approximately one hour. 

A different plan, in which there will be no lack of surprises, games as well as diverse and disturbing experiences that will make you live a unique evening, just as it was in the 19th century. The visits will take place in several sessions: at 6pm, 7:30pm, 9pm and 10:30pm. Get your ticket in advance and benefit from a 40% discount through the Atrápalo website or at the information point in Casa de América, Monday to Friday from 10am to 3pm and from 4pm to 8pm.

Historic Guided Visits

If you want even more, Casa de América offers you these visits in which you will be able to participate on Saturdays and Sundays at 11am, 12pm and 1pm, from the 8th of February. You can buy your ticket directly at the Information Point from Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 2.30pm and from 4.30pm to 7.30pm. 

Accompanied by specialists in History and Art, the participants will explore the different rooms of great artistic value thanks to its impressive mural paintings, the richness of its canvases and carpets, and decoration items such as lamps, bronzes or mosaics among others, which houses this palace built by architects Carlos Colubí, Adolf Ombrecht and Manuel Aníbal Álvarez, and in which worked such Francisco Pradilla, Manuel Domínguez and Alejandro Ferrant.

Image credits: Press Casa América