A neoclassical building declared a Site of Cultural Interest
The Spanish Royal Academy of Pharmacy is an academic institute whose purpose is to further research and studies on pharmaceutical sciences and their related fields. It is located in a building in Chueca that was constructed in 1830 in sections that follow the curved path of the street.
It is a neoclassical-style building with a symmetrical layout, to which a triangular pediment on the main cornice and a second entrance way have been added. It has several spaces for filming, including modern meeting rooms and traditional neoclassical halls, with adjacent areas and offices also available.
The museum is particularly noteworthy and has several collections, items, documents and all types of materials related to the history of pharmacy in Spain. There are also several roof terraces with views of the centre of the city.
Conditions and availability
Available every day except Thursdays from 7 p.m. onwards.
Night and weekend shoots are possible at extra cost.
Rates are adapted to each project.
Assignment subject to acceptance of the project.
Features and facilities
Difficult access for vehicles.
Access at street level for entry of material with room for unloading.
They have extra spaces for production.
Auxiliary spaces available
Yellow room – First floor corridors – Entrance hall – Yellow room – Mirror room – Red room – Rest room – President’s office – Pharmacy Museum – Meeting room – Japanese prints room – Governing Board room – Third floor roof terrace – Upper roof terrace – Ground floor corridors – Assembly hall – Coffee room – Main staircase – Entrance hall – Library – Librarian’s office – Secretary’s office
Can we help you?