Spain, Madrid / Exhibition King’s watches, the time’s measure

Posted by Dream on Jan 4, 2012 in News | No Comments

From 25/10/2011 to 15/01/2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibition shows a valuable collection of watches made by the most famous European masters in watchmaking as as many examples of English, French, Swiss and Spanish schools. The watches are coming from the National Heritage collection. Through the fourth areas of the show, the visitor would admire about fifty items which recount the fourth reigns of the 18th century’s Spanish monarchy. Philip V adquired the first pieces at the beginning of the 18th century, a collection that his sons Fernand VI and Charles III had continued before his nephew Charles IV.

Monday-Sunday : 10h-18h

Temporary exhibition rooms of the Royal Palace of Madrid

Entrance fee : 4 €

Visit of the Royal Palace and the exhibition : 12€

Reduced rate for members of a family with more than two children, groups of 10 pupils and their teacher, seniors over 65 and living in the EU or in Latin-American countries, students under 25.

Free entrance for under 5 and disabled persons.

Good to know : entrance free on Wednesday and Thursday from 15h to 18h for people living in EU.

http://www.patrimonionacional.es/Relojes/