December 18, 2018 (Google Translation) – The Naval Museum of Madrid inaugurates today, December 18, the temporary exhibition “175 years are nothing (1843-2018): Anniversary of the Naval Museum”.
With this exhibition the institution celebrates with its visitors a very special anniversary, they are 175 years of history that will bring the chronology of the Naval Museum to the public.
Patio B will host a selection of some of the first pieces that became part of the museum’s collections in the s. XIX Ship models, scientific instruments, documents, textiles, objects of ethnography, porcelain or paintings will guide visitors through the history of the institution. Photographs of the old venues and assemblies of the museum rooms and graphic information will complete the exhibition.
The visiting hours will be the usual, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday, except for the days 24, 25 and 31 of December and 1 and 6 of January, dates in which the museum will remain closed for days. festive Access to the exhibition is through the monumental staircase of the General Headquarters of the Armada, Calle Montalbán, 2.