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The Museo del Prado without borders


Even though the Prado is closed due to the current global sanitary crisis caused by COVID-19, now more than ever, the Museum goes beyond borders and offers the greatness of its collection through the internet. So that we can all enjoy a space where we can find emotions, stories and life.

When all of this is over we would love it if you came to visit the Prado. In the meantime, our employees welcome you in different languages and invite you to join an online tour:


El Prado contigo


April 2020

Wed 8


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Explore The Collection

Explore The Collection
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The search box of the collection enables you to explore more than 18000 works. In more than 5000, you can see find enlarged explanatory texts, with an enriched context that includes Wikipedia data. 

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Click to browse the Timeline

The works and artists in the Museum will also be shown in the form of a multi-layered Timeline that can be personalised by users and which includes, for example, events taking place at the time Velázquez was painting Las Meninas, philosophers and scientists who were contemporaries of Goya or the wars that took place during Rubens’s lifetime.

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Voces del Prado

Voces del Prado
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Spoken history through the experience of the people who have devoted their day to day to the institution.

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Digital Archive

Digital Archive
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The Documentary Department is involved in facilitating access to the informaton. That is why the file description of older files is an essential resource to study the collection.

It offers more than 13000 registers that help study the history of the Museo del Prado and its collection. And therefore also the Spanish historical culture of the XIXth and XXth centuries.

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