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Andén Cero, Estación de Chamberí

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Andén Cero - Estación de Chamberí

ABOVE: The entrance to Andén Cero is above ground on the Plaza de Chamberí.

Practical information

Getting to Andén Cero/Estación de Chamberí

The best way to get to the station is by Metro, appropriately enough. The museum is within five minutes of stops Bilbao and Iglesia, both on line 1.

From the Bilbao Metro station, walk uphill on Calle de Luchana.

From the Iglesia Metro station, walk south on Calle de Santa Engracia.

The modern entrance to the museum is easy to find on the Plaza de Chamberí. (See photo at top of page.)

Opening Hours

Tuesday-Friday: 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m.
Weekends and holidays: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Mondays: Closed.


Entry is free for everyone.

Web Links

Andén Cero
The official website has photos and videos with Spanish text.

Madrid Metro
The Metro de Madrid site has general information on the city's rapid-transit system, including a detailed map (plano), fares (billetes), hours of operation (horarios) and more in Spanish.

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