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Anden 0 Chamberi Metro Madrid Museum

What is Anden 0?:

Anden 0 is showcase of an old Madrid Metro station as it looked in the 1960s.

Where is Anden 0?:

In the old Chamberi metro station, at Plaza Chamberi. The station was closed in the 1960s and left unused until the recent opening of Anden 0.

What Can You See at Anden 0?:

The Anden 0 showcase is quite small but still worth the trip. Upon entering, you are presented with the old ticket booth and turnstile.

You can then walk down to the old platform, where there are big video displays of historic Madrid and some interesting old advertisements.

Are There Guided Tours at Anden 0?:

Yes, there are guided tours, but they are only in Spanish.

When is Anden 0 Open?:

Tuesday-Friday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Mondays closed

How Much is Anden 0?:

It's free!

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