It is located in the Prince's Garden and offers the chance to recreate the maritime travels of Charles IV and Ferdinand VII of Spain.
It has one of the most spectacular collections of recreational crafts belonging to the Spanish monarchs, and also includes paintings of the Spanish fleet in the 19th century, as well as a range of navigation instruments.
Museum of the Royal Barges
Calle de la Reina s/n, (dentro del Jardín del Príncipe)
28300 Aranjuez, Madrid (Madrid Region)
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