Sweet Space Museum, el museo más dulce de Madrid.

Sweet Space Museum, the sweetest gallery in Madrid

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If you ask your children if they want to go to a museum with you on a Saturday afternoon, they will probably say no (especially if they are teenagers or pre-teens).
But if you propose to go to the sweetest museum in Madrid, where they will be among works of art that simulate clouds, lollipops and sweets, where they will be given sweets in each room and on top of that they will take very, very cool photos, surely the answer will be very different.

What is Sweet Space Museum?

As they say on their website: «SWEET SPACE is an interactive adventure, a journey into the imagination where we join the traditional concept of art, space and sweets to create a unique place full of innovative experiences and lots of fun! A tour is divided into thematic rooms full of colour, with exhibitions by different artists inspiring imagination, creativity, connection and of course, a touch of sweetness!”
With such a description, who can resist visiting it?

Our visit to Sweet Space:

This museum, so original and different, is located in the exclusive ABC Serrano Shopping Centre. The entrance alone draws your attention because of the colours and the original decor, and well, to the astronauts who receive you. By the way, all the staff were very nice and friendly throughout our visit.

There are seven rooms with original works of art and decor, ideal for taking photos and perfect for kids to enjoy. Africa was thrilled by each one of them, she didn’t know which she liked the most. The last two rooms are larger, so although the museum may seem small, it isn’t, you have plenty of space and sets to take a lot of photos and have a great time.

You enter in groups according to a reserved time but once inside we were practically alone in each room.

There are seven rooms and there is a lot to see so I haven’t been able to choose fewer photos to put in the blog…

Artists and collaborations:

Special mention for the artists, because although it is an immersive, fun and original space, we can’t forget that it’s a museum with works of art by such well-known artists as Agatha Ruiz de la Prada. You will also see (and play with) the works of Inés Valls, Okuda San Miguel, Ivanna Gautier, Antonyo Marest, Felipao or Álvaro Linares and other young artists who collaborate with Cerquone Gallery.
For more information, I recommend that you visit the section dedicated to them on the Sweet Space website.

They also collaborate with Pops ´n Bops and you can try their delicious ice creams at the Sweet Space Ice Cream Laboratory.

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Africa posing, so happy… but not because of the photos, but for being in the Pops ‘n Bops Ice Cream Laboratory

Practical information:

Price: General admission is €18, children from 4 to 12 years €12, and under 4 free.
The price is rather high but they have different discounts, reduced admission for students at €8, family package for 2 adults + 2 children at €50, couples at €34, also on Wednesdays they have a 25% promotion which works out at €13.50/ €9 adults/children, on Sundays the adult ticket is €12 and on Saturdays children up to 5 years old do not pay. So, choose the day that suits you best and book your tickets.
Opening hours: Wednesday to Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Duration: It took us an hour to visit it plus about 15 minutes to enter. They recommend between an hour and an hour and a half at the museum, and you have to arrive about 15 minutes before the reserved time.
Where to eat: There are plenty of restaurants, cafes and fast-food chains near the museum. We ate at Honest Greens because I really wanted to try it and there is one five- minute walk from the Sweet Space.
Location: This is the location on Google Maps.
Parking: The Serrano 41 Telpark carpark is 500 metres from the museum.
Top tips: Don’t forget your mobile or camera because you will be dying to take pictures and don’t leave your best smile at home because you’re going to blow it on Instagram.
And don’t go on a full stomach because in each room the guide/astronaut accompanies the explanation with a sweet; imagine that.

I want to thank Sweet Space Museum for their collaboration with the blog by letting us visit the museum for free, and also the whole team which, as I mentioned, were super friendly at all times 🙂

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I want to thank Sweet Space Museum for their collaboration with the blog by letting us visit the museum for free, and also the whole team which, as I mentioned, were super friendly at all times 🙂

If you are interested in more things to do as a family in Madrid, keep browsing the blog to find other super fun activities, don’t miss our climbing day with kids in Madrid or our visit to Parque Europa en Torrejón de Ardoz.
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  1. Me parece un súper plan para ir con los peques!, gracias a vuestra información y reportaje fotográfico vamos a acudir sin dudarlo.
    Seguid publicando planes para compartir con niños, para la gente que tenemos poco tiempo nos viene fenomenal vuestro blog!!.
    Hasta la próxima!.

    1. Hola Maria, efectivamente el código da error. Ahora sale por 9€ pero no por 5€. Lo hemos consultado directamente con Sweet Space Museum, en cuanto tengamos la info lo actualizaremos en el post. Gracias!

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