Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Free on Mondays

The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Free on Mondays.Thanks to the generous sponsorship by MasterCard, the museum’s collections can be visited free of charge every Monday from 12.00 -16.00, no prior booking required. The bookshop/gift shop and the cafeteria will also be open during these times.Enjoy the following exhibits when the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum is ree on Mondays.

Current Exhibits

Bulgari y Roma
Ends March 5th, 2017

Bulgari y Roma shows the inspiration of ancient and modern Rome have on Maison Bulgari over the years. The Bulgari-y-Roma-en-el-Thyssenexhibition includes a selection of pieces from the Heritage Bulgari Collection. Visitors can appreciate the subtle relationships between the jewels and the paintings, engravings and Roman monuments. For example cabochons which recreate the domes, the glitter of white or yellow gold reminiscent of the splendor of baroque art scrolls.Additionally geometric designs that reflect the pure lines of the ruins.In conclusion,an elegant and luxurious homage from Bulgari to the Eternal City.

Obras maestras de Budapest. Del Renacimiento a las Vanguardias
Ends May 28th, 2017

obras_maestras_de_budapestThe exhibition is composed of 90 works from the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest and the National Gallery of Hungary.The Budapest Museum of Fine Artshas extensive collections of ancient and modern paintings, works on paper and sculpture.It was  founded in the 19th century.

Visitors can enjoy art from  artists like Durero, Rafael, Annibale Carracci, Leonardo da Vinci, Peter Paul Rubens and Spaniards like Velázquez and Murillo. Additionally,the works include a magnificent selection of works by Hungarian artists such as Károly Ferenczy and Sándor Bortnyik .This exhibition can be seen in the Museum from 18 February until the 28th of May 2017.

If you visit the museum on other days AND would like to skip the lines,then get  special tickets!

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