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Museums in Valencia's Historic Centre

Museums in Valencia's Historic Centre


Right at the heart of the city is where you'll find exemplary pieces of Gothic, modern and contemporary art, by taking a tour of our museums.

Built in the middle of the 15th century, the Valencia Silk Museum is the best place to discover the art of silk, thanks to the extensive heritage conserved with two unique working looms, a silkworm nursery and the Salón de la Fama with original 18th century ceramic paving.

All the most ground-breaking art projects have a place here in this spectacular building, exemplary of the cloak of cutting edge architecture draped over the city.

Transport yourself back to the time of the Romans or the Moors in this museum. Thanks to its state-of-the-art technology, you can explore the remains of various settlements of different civilisations in Valencia since the year 138 B.C.

Once a Moorish storeroom for wheat, today this area is a unique exhibition hall. If for nothing else, a look at the murals alluding to the introduction of wheat into the city is well worth a visit.

An extensive display of both Spanish and international ceramics, alongside collections of decorative art all await you in the Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas, a building of great architectural interest and the finest example of Baroque-style design in Spain.

The second largest artwork collection in Spain, after the Prado. Here you’ll find pieces by artists such as Sorolla, Goya and Zuloaga.

A first-rate museum and provider of culture relating to modernity, where you can enjoy the very best in photography, illustration and poster exhibitions. A place where our journey through history meets the Enlightenment and takes us up to cutting-edge science and architecture of today.

Dedicated to the life and works of the Patron Saint of Valencia, who belonged to the Dominican Order.

At the heart of the Viveros Gardens lies this museum, where you can find out more about how our region's landscapes and ecosystems have evolved over time, as well as seeing the fascinating display of South American palaeontology from the last quaternary.

Learn about the history of Valencia, Spain and the rest of the globe through the biggest private collection of tin figures in the world. Consisting of some one million pieces, the collection is housed in a former palace near the cathedral of Valencia.

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