We're keen to raise interest in the culture of insurance and for this reason we've devoted part of our facilities at number 14 Calle Bárbara de Braganza in Madrid to the Insurance Museum.
Its rooms display an extensive collection of pieces related to the history of the insurance business from the 18th century through to the present day: old plaques which identified the buildings that were insured against the risk of fire by a particular company, old insurance ordinances, policies, advertising posters and brochures.
To facilitate access for everyone who is interested in our collection, we offer a virtual tour that includes all the pieces in the museum's collection, including those displayed in the permanent exhibition rooms (600 items) and others that cannot be exhibited. In all, approximately 1,300 items can be viewed from wherever you are by just logging on to our site.
For group tours of the Museum, please reserve in advance by calling the following number: 91 602 52 21.