Cinnaminson, New Jersey
May 11, 2003
This building also houses Prints Institute where there is a very interesting collection of Giovanni Batista Piranesi’s lithographs, and another temporary exhibit "Westmoreland: Memories of the Grand Tour" that shows the diaries, paintings and sculptures brought back from the expedition of the Westmorland, which was an English ship with 26 canons, that brought a collection of paintings and sculptures back with it from its travels through Europe. This collection was bought by Carlos III and given to the museum in 1783-84.
Telephone: 91 532 15 46.
Open: Tues-Fri 9am–7pm, Sat-Mon 9am–2:30pm.
Prices: 2.40€ – adults, 1.20€ – students, free Sat and Sun.
From journal Travels to Spain - Madrid, Part III