Madrid, Jul 11 (EFE) .- Fourteen state museums, seven of them in Madrid, will have free admission until next September 30 on the occasion of a cultural campaign to encourage visits and promote contemplation and enjoyment of the heritage they preserve, according to has announced the General Directorate of Fine Arts.
The National Archaeological, the Anthropology, the Cerralbo, the America Museum, the Sorolla, the Decorative Arts and the Romanticism are the seven museums located in the Community of Madrid that can be visited completely free from this weekend and until next September 30, includes a statement from the General Directorate of Fine Arts.
The rest of the museums, all managed by the Subdirectorate General for State Museums, are: Casa Cervantes Museum (Valladolid), El Greco Museum (Toledo); National Museum of Underwater Archeology (Cartagena); National Museum of Roman Art (Mérida), National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts “González Martí (Valencia), Sephardic Museum (Toledo) and National Museum of Sculpture (Valladolid).
The Subdirectorate General for State Museums, in charge of managing these 14 museums, considers that this campaign will help “to encourage society to recover the cultural habit of public visits to state museums by promoting the contemplation and enjoyment of the historical heritage that they preserve. “, adds the note.