The Museum of San Isidro. The Origins of Madrid reopen all its permanent exhibition rooms from 6 April. The museum has been modernized to meet the new demands of the public. This museum is not very well known, but it is always worth knowing and discovering new cultural centers. Also, it is a good plan for Easter.
The permanent exhibition of The Museum of San Isidro. The Origins of Madridis organized in three areas: Before Madrid, Mayrit: Madrid and San Isidro. The reforms that have been carried out have affected the first two. The expositions have been improved in different aspects: the expository discourse is clearer and periods of the Madrid histories that were little treated have been completed. In addition, the resources used with new technologies have been improved. With all these new reforms has made the visits more attractive, enjoyable and didactic.
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The Museum of San Isidro. The origins of Madrid occupy the site of the palace of the counts of Paredes and was built during the first half of the sixteenth century by the family of the Lujanes. From the middle of the seventeenth century to the middle of the nineteenth century the owners were the counts of Paredes. The palace was abandoned and after a long period of decay, the whole was demolished and rebuilt on the year 1974.
The permanent exhibition presents a careful selection of the origin and development of the town of Madrid until the establishment of the Court. The exhibition is dedicated to Madrid’s archeology and history of the city from Prehistory to the transfer of the Court in 1561. The museum also carries out a temporary exhibition called The Piece of the Month. This April presents the Gothic cloister of the Jeronimos. On Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 there will be an experimental Archeology workshop for families with children from 5 to 12 years old (a previous registration must be made).
The Museum of San Isidro. The origins of Madrid open from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays from 9:30 to 20 hours. From July 1 to September 15 vary their schedules. Access is free. What do you think this plan for Easter?