Monday to Saturday, from 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Sundays from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.
Last performance 1 hour and 15 minutes before closing.

The average time to visit Sorolla through the light is 1 hour.
Access to the exhibition is organized in passes every 15 minutes.
It is recommended to arrive on time. Access outside the hours indicated at the entrance is not guaranteed.


Monday to Wednesday:
  • General admission: 12€.
  • Children (0 to 5 years old): free of charge
  • Reduced admission: 10€.
  • Groups + 10: 10€.
Thursday and Friday:
  • General admission: 14€.
  • Children (0 to 5 years old): free of charge
  • Reduced admission: 12€.
  • Groups + 10: 12€.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays:
  • General admission: 16€.
  • Children (0 to 5 years old): free of charge
  • Reduced admission: 14€.
  • Groups + 10: 14€.
For group bookings and school groups, please contact us:
  • * Reduced admission: children between 6 and 11 years old, students (up to 25 years old), over 65 years old, members of large families, Youth Card holders and people with disabilities.
  • Free and reduced tickets require accreditation with the corresponding valid and updated official document, at the ticket office on the day of the visit.
  • **These prices do not include management fees (1€ per ticket). In the case of free tickets, there is no additional cost.
  • Online purchase is recommended to guarantee your visit.

The organization reserves the right to cancel visits without prior notice, provided it is due to unforeseen circumstances of force majeure or unforeseen official events. In these cases, Light Art Exhibitions will reimburse the price of the ticket, and the user/customer waives any other type of claim.


Royal Palace of Madrid
Calle de Bailén, s/n
28071 Madrid

Access will be through the Santiago Arch.

How to get there?

Public transportation
  • Metro: Ópera (lines 2, 5 and Ramal Ópera-Príncipe Pío)
  • Bus: 3, 25, 39, 148.
  • Suburban: Príncipe Pío
  • Bicimad: Station 36 (Plaza de Ramales, 1)

Important note

Sorolla through light contains bright lights that may cause discomfort to people with photosensitive epilepsy.
In our sensory rooms, the sound experience can be intense for people who are sensitive to loud sounds.
If this is the case, we recommend that you use suitable noise reduction devices.