Free museums in Europe

Museums are one of the most visited places by tourists anywhere in the world, so in the main cities you will find a wide variety of themes to visit the one that most attracts you. Without a doubt, on any trip you have to make some time to visit at least the most interesting museum in that city.

With this crisis, there are some museums that are losing visitors since not everyone is willing to pay to enter some of them. Due to that, in many museums in Europe you may find days in which you can enter for free, or with special hours in which you can access without having to pay for it. Take note of the best free museums in Europe :

Prado Museum – Madrid

It is the most famous museum in our country and also one of the most important in Europe, where you can find thousands of masterpieces by artists such as Rubens, Velázquez, Goya or Rembrandt. Access is free from Tuesday to Saturday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 5:00 p.m. You will not have time to see everything in so few hours but you can go for a couple of days or go directly to see what interests you the most.

Louvre Museum – Paris

It is one of the most famous museums in the world not only for its content but also for its spectacular exterior aesthetics. It is said that it would take about 8 weeks to see each and every one of the works inside, so it is practically impossible for you to do so unless you live in Paris and see a little bit every day. Access is free on the first Sunday of each month, at any time.

Museum Island – Berlin

It has 5 museums that are annexed between them, and one is the Pergamon Museum , which is one of the best museums in the world. Any of these museums on Museum Island is free on Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Vasa Museum – Stockholm

It is the most visited and interesting attraction in Sweden, one of the best maritime museums in the world and a must if you like this theme, especially Viking ships . It does not have free access but you do offer free guided tours between June and August, very interesting to better discover all the details of its interior.