Cultural visits for adult groups
After over 100 years serving the city, Metro de Madrid, inaugurated on 17 October 1919, is an international benchmark for public transport. The metro is part of Madrid's culture and is intimately linked to the history of the city.
Since 2008, several historical spaces have been restored and converted into museums to show the first steps of this popular means of transport.
In order to extend our current offer, we have organised guided tours for groups of adults from Monday to Thursday.
The philosophy of these meetings is to raise awareness of relevant aspects of the history of Metro de Madrid. To this end, we propose two routes through three emblematic spaces:
- Chamberí, one of the first stations on the network, now restored and converted into a museum.
- Former Pacífico Hall, extraordinarily well preserved, and the Nave de Motores, a former electrical substation that has also been converted into a museum space.
These Cultural Visits are aimed at organised groups of adults interested in learning about the history of Metro de Madrid. This segment includes:
- Madrid City Council Cultural Centres
- Community of Madrid Cultural Centres
- Universities for elderly people
- Other cultural associations
NOTE: Due to the characteristics and location of the different spaces, we cannot offer visits to people with reduced mobility.
To participate in these activities, please contact us by email: VisitasCulturales@metromadrid.es