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Visit the Madrid Stock Exchange Palace

The Stock Exchange building at number 1 Plaza de la Lealtad, inaugurated in 1893, is very much alive. Among the locations of the European Stock Exchanges that emerged in the mid-nineteenth century -practically twenty of the stock exchange buildings in Europe were built during the second half of that century- it is practically the only one of its contemporaries that continues to fulfill the function of a financial meeting place for which it was created. Except for New York, Frankfurt or some other square in Latin America, there are no longer any unique buildings that continue to justify their beginning in the stock market, even though they now fulfill the purposes of representation and academic reference of the always special financial-stock market world.

The Palace is located in a privileged setting, within the Paseo del Prado-Recoletos axis and the Retiro Park, known as "Landscape of Light", declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.



Guided Tour

All visits are free, they have an approximate duration of 60 minutes and are guided by Madrid Stock Exchange staff to clarify doubts and make the visit more dynamic and participatory.

Group visits       

  • For:
    • Schools (lower schools, secondary schools etc.)
    • Vocational training centres
    • Universities
    • Associations
  • Opening times: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10:00 h
  • Groups of 25-30 people
  • Minimum age: 16

Individual visits

  • Every Wednesday at 10:00 h.
  • Groups of 25-30 people
  • Minimum age: 16

Last January 8th we opened our agenda for guided tours of the Stock Exchange Palace. Due to the high number of requests, all the tours are now completed and there cannot be admitted more requests.

We will inform through the website and through email about the next tours period.



Virtual Tour

Wherever you are in the world, enjoy our new virtual tour of the stock exchange, an interactive experience that allows you to visit the different rooms, with access to information points and 360 panoramic images to enjoy this magnificent building and learn about its exciting history.