Madrid
Wheelchair Accessible

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Madrid Wheelchair Accessible

Royal Palace of Madrid Fast-Access Ticket

1. Royal Palace of Madrid Fast-Access Ticket

Enjoy fast access to the Royal Palace of Madrid, the official residence of Spanish royalty. Enter through an express security check and explore one of the world’s largest palaces. Wander the corridors that have witnessed centuries of Spanish history. Admire the architecture and decoration of the salon rooms, including frescoes by famous artists. Enter the private apartments of monarchs, visit the throne room, and stroll through the banquet halls. Witness the Hall of Mirrors from the reign of Charles IV. See artworks by painters such as Caravaggio, Juan de Flandes, Francisco de Goya, and Velázquez. Visit the Royal Armory and discover its exhibits of porcelain, watches, furniture, silverware, and more. Explore the heritage of Spain’s monarchy at the Royal Palace.

Madrid: Royal Palace Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

2. Madrid: Royal Palace Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

Embark on a guided 2-hour tour of Madrid's Royal Palace. Admire art pieces by Giordano and Goya while exploring the palace at a peaceful time of day alongside an expert guide with in-depth knowledge about the home to Spanish Royals past and present.  Start at the Opera Metro Station in Plaza de Isabel II, home to the Teatro Royal, where you will meet your guide. After a picturesque walk through Plaza de Oriente, enjoy skip-the-line privileges before entering the palace. Relish visits to the Throne Room, Banquet Hall, and Private Royal apartments. Be amazed as to how these rooms are brought to life in an engaging and fascinating way by your professional guide. Marvel at exclusive works of art by Giordano and Goya, as well as historical articles such as historic tapestries, suits of armor, and ornate swords. Take in in the building's 19th-century design and beautiful floral layout, which serves as an excellent backdrop for memorable photos. After the guided visit, feel free to take a relaxing stroll on your own through the Royal Gardens and visit other highlights such as the Royal Armory and Pharmacy.

Madrid: Skip-the-Line Reina Sofía Museum Entrance Ticket

3. Madrid: Skip-the-Line Reina Sofía Museum Entrance Ticket

The museum represents an intersection of spaces, objects and times: a place where narratives are woven together and stories told, rendering every intersection meaningful as it leads off in one direction or another, turning it into an intense experience of discovery and knowledge. This is why everything that is exhibited, in all its strangeness, all its questions, has to actually touch the visitor’s everyday reality, bringing about a genuine learning experience. The Museo Reina Sofia’s presentation of its collection posits a multi-narrative journey, which adopts a definite standpoint and not only keeps the mystery inherent in art alive, but also strengthens resistance towards the single, fixed reading. Traditional genres coexist side by side with photography, film, sound and dance. With your full-day ticket, you will have access to more than 21,000 works currently on display in the main building.

Madrid: Territorio Atleti Museum & Wanda Metropolitano Tour

4. Madrid: Territorio Atleti Museum & Wanda Metropolitano Tour

Discover the "Atleti Territory", one of the most modern stadiums in the world. Discover the long history of the club, as well as the signature values that identify "los atléticos". You will be immersed in Atlético’s history, which is deeply rooted in Madrid but with a great following from fans all around the world. You will also understand how all the team's successes are based on their values of humility, teamwork and sacrifice. This is a unique space in which many historical artifacts coexist with an immersive experience that goes through Atlético’s history. Interactive screens, binoculars, large projectors, interactive phone booths, virtual reality and interactive games will make all visitors become first-person protagonists in Atlético de Madrid's story. You will discover every corner of the stadium on a guided tour. You will visit the press room where the players and coach talk to the media about the game. You will also access unique areas such as the players' dressing room. Imagine the roar of 68,000 fans as you make your way through the same tunnel the players use to walk onto the pitch.  Be amazed by the design of the roof that shelters the stands, and get a look at the extraordinary building from the outside. See the massive flag that honors the fans, and visit the Walk of Legends, a tribute to players who have played at least 100 official matches. End at the gift store, where you can pick up a souvenir of your unique experience.

Madrid: Museum of Illusions Ticket

5. Madrid: Museum of Illusions Ticket

Discover the Museum of Illusions, Madrid, and explore a mysterious world of illusions. Once inside, encounter funny and amazing tricks which aim to teach you about vision, perception, and the human brain. Every illusion is designed to surprise you, showing you that sometimes things are not always as they first seem. Enjoy this experience with your parents, your partner, your grandparents, or friends. The museum is a unique place filled with incredible attractions, where madness and fun are guaranteed. Make sure your phone is fully charged, and take photos which will blow your friends' minds back home.

Madrid: Las Ventas Bullring and Museum Tour

6. Madrid: Las Ventas Bullring and Museum Tour

With over 80 years of history, the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas is one of Madrid's most important monuments. Tour Spain's largest bullring, experiencing how it feels to be the bullfighter, the bull, and amongst the onlooking crowds enveloped by the immense Neo-Mudéjar structure. Designed by José Espeliú, the Plaza de Toros was built in 1929 to accommodate the rising status of the country's national passion, and attracted some of the best bullfighters in history as well as celebrated personalities and luminaries into the stands. Fans included Ernest Hemingway, Ava Gardner, Pablo Picasso, Jean Cocteau, Greta Garbo, Orson Welles, and Sophia Loren. At under an hour, the tour provides an easy fit into even the busiest of holiday schedules, and offers a fascinating overview into one of Madrid's cultural and social pillars.

Madrid: "Emociones" Live Flamenco Performance

7. Madrid: "Emociones" Live Flamenco Performance

Experience the thrill of flamenco with a live performance in the world’s first flamenco theater. See the theater’s latest piece, “Emociones,” recognized by UNESCO as part of the “intangible cultural heritage of humanity.” Be mesmerized by the dancer’s power and control. Feel the intensity from the first guitar note and be swept up by the duets, traditional songs, and guitar solos. Sit up close to the performers and see the seams of their traditional long-tailed gowns. Enjoy the passion of flamenco in an authentic theater that serves not only as a venue, but also as a meeting place for lovers of flamenco, and those who want to delve into Andalucian culture.

Madrid: Palacio de Liria Tour

8. Madrid: Palacio de Liria Tour

Marvel at this neoclassical building, one of the most important private residences of Madrid. Learn about the history of one of Spain’s most distinguished lineages through documents, pictures, sculptures, tapestries, and other works. As you roam the halls, feel the traces of centuries past and get to know not only the history of one of Spain’s most well-known families but also some of the major events in the history of Spain and the world. Explore this collection of historical items and art which has been collected over the course of more than 500 years. Take in the paintings of great masters like Goya, Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán, El Greco, Ribera, Rubens, Titian, Palma Vecchio, Jan Brueghel the Elder, Madrazo, and Winterhalter.

Royal Palace of Madrid Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

9. Royal Palace of Madrid Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

Explore the Royal Palace of Madrid (Palacio Real de Madrid) with a licensed guide, and discover the former official residence of the Spanish Royal Family with your direct entry access. Also known as the "Palacio de Oriente" due to its close proximity to Plaza de Oriente on the east side of the palace, today the building is used exclusively for receptions, ceremonies, and official events. The Palace has an extensive collection of upholstery, porcelain, antique clocks, armor and works of art including paintings by Goya and Velázquez. You can also stroll through some of the private rooms where royalty lived, the throne room and the royal dining rooms, as well as the mirror room of Charles IV's reign. Admire the rich ornamentations of official rooms, each one revealing its own personality. Visiting the Royal Throne room, the Gala Dinner room and the Royal Chapel.

Madrid: Flamenco Show at Tablao Las Carboneras

10. Madrid: Flamenco Show at Tablao Las Carboneras

Tablao Las Carboneras is located in the most traditional part of Madrid, the Madrid of the Austrias, in the basement of the old palace of the Count of Miranda. The idea for the venue was to re-create the old cabaret style in a tablao and restaurant that combines tradition with the best of contemporary flamenco performances. The Tablao/restaurant combines live entertainment with a high-quality selection of Spanish dishes and also features regular shows by renowned artists such as José Maldonado, Candy Román, Ari Alexis Patacuás, Juan Herrera, Shin Yamasawa, Diego Agudo Pinilla, Isabel Fischer, and Ana Palma. You’re sure to enjoy the hour-long flamenco show that features 8 performers, as you sip your favorite drink. Choose the dinner option to complete your tablao experience.

Frequently asked questions about Madrid Wheelchair Accessible

What are other things to do than Wheelchair Accessible that are worth visiting in Madrid?

Which Madrid Wheelchair Accessible are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?

Other Sightseeing Options in Madrid

Want to discover all there is to do in Madrid? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Madrid

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 6,732 reviews

Very interesting explanations that led me to enjoy cubism and surrealism quite a bit more than I used to. The guide also did a great job of putting art works in their historical context, and also offered alternative interpretations aside from the ones she was presenting as her own. I am amazed at how well she handled a bilingual group and alternated between Spanish and English, and didn't feel that we got less information than I would have expected in a monolingual group (she did speak fast and with enthusiasm, and the tour was a bit longer than expected, which are all good things). When I saw that I was in the English-speaking minority I had worried that we would get hurried comments, but this was not the case, and when she was speaking Spanish I took those opportunities to look at other paintings or review those we saw.

Overall a great experience. Meeting up with the guide, Jose, was easy, he was extremely knowledgeable about the palace, the royal family and the artifacts in the palace. Would highly recommend this tour and guide.

Guided tour with a great Person.... And an exceptional dance evening, with real professionals and very generous tapas (do not nibble before as I did, I'm sorry, I couldn't take full advantage of it)

The guide was knowledgeable and effective at making it a good experience for everyone on the tour. She answered all questions effectively and made everyone feel comfortable with asking them. Great tour !!!

It was great You need to write somewhere that you need to switch the tickets in the ticket box of the museum itself