La Neomudejar is my favourite underground museum in Madrid. Period. There is no other like it in the whole town.
A 5 minutes walk from Atoche Renfe station and I arrive at its entrance. Graffiti, stencils and artwork created by national artists such as Por Favor, Jimena Aragones or Laguna626. Take some minutes to photograph the sculptures recycled from scratch materials.
Nestor or Fran will welcome you, they are my friends. You will also be able to purchase some books and pieces of art before you take a look at La Neo’s architecture.
This building dates from the XIX century. ADIF (The national Spanish railway company) once hosted its factory here. Roofing structures were brought from France, and railway tracks are still occupying a place here.
There are different workshops and exhibitions going on at La Neomudejar, so check their website before you visit the place and if you are a visual artist check their open-residencies in case you would be interested in working at La Neomudejar.
Guided visits are available upon request here, so don’t miss the opportunity to discover what I consider is the most fascinating museum in Madrid.