Museo Municipal de Arte Contemporáneo
Antiguo Cuartel del Conde Duque
This grand former barracks dominates Conde Duque on the western fringe of Malasaña with its imposing facade stretching 228m down the...
This playground in the Plaza de las Comendadoras gets busy after school and on weekends.
Palacio de Liria
This 18th-century mansion, rebuilt after a fire in 1936, nestles amid the modern architecture just north of Plaza de España as a...
El Café Sin Nombre
The 'Café With No Name' is one of Conde Duque's many well-kept secrets. With its exposed brickwork and wooden beams, it's a classy,...
Peggy Sue’s American Diner
American-style burgers have developed something of a cult following in Madrid in recent years and this place has been at the forefront...
Calle del Conde Duque 9-11 · interesting places nearby
Museo Municipal de Arte Contemporáneo information
Closed for major renovation works at the time of research, this rich collection of modern Spanish art includes mostly paintings and graphic art with a smattering of photography, sculpture and drawings. Highlights include Eduardo Arroyo and Basque sculptor Jorge Oteiza. Running throughout the collection are creative interpretations of Madrid’s cityscape – avant-garde splodges and almost old-fashioned visions of modern Madrid side by side, among them a typically fantastical representation of the Cibeles fountain by one-time icon of la movida madrileña (the Madrid scene), Ouka Leele.
The museum is inside the Antiguo Cuartel del Conde Duque.