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How much did you miss walking through the museums halls? Now you can get excited again by viewing works of art from all periods in the museums of Valencia.

 

Bombas Gens adds an exhibition by Inma Femenía to its reopening

Bombas Gens will reopen its doors to the public on Saturday ,30th May, with all the rooms available for a tour, and a new exhibition will be added to the existing "Hiperespacios" and "Botánicas" ones: "Infraleve" by Inma Femenía.

Bombas Gens has reinvented itself and now offers visitors an interesting tour that brings together art, heritage and nature. Marked on the floor to guide the visitor's steps, the path runs through the three art exhibitions in one direction to ensure safety distances. The experience is rounded off with a visit to the garden, a view of the medieval cellar from the outside and the possibility of downloading the texts on the exhibitions to your mobile phone.

The Fundació Per Amor a l'Art Foundation's art centre is above all maintaining safety with this unique tour, which replaces paper information with digital information, reinforces the cleaning work, provides visitors with hydro-alcoholic gel and gloves, and reminds them of the obligatory use of protective masks. Bombas Gens will be open from Friday to Sunday with special opening hours from 17:00 to 21:00.

Fine Arts Museum, Centre del Carme and Modern Art Museum (IVAM)

In the Museu de Belles Arts de València (from 10.00 to 20.00), in the Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània (from 11.00 to 21.00) and in the IVAM (from 10.00 to 19.00), all the exhibitions that were open at the time of the curfew will be extended. At IVAM, which is free of charge until the end of 2020, the exhibition 'Jorge Peris. Dark Man a lloms de l'Ocell de Foc' has been opened.

 

 

Municipal Museums

 

With these new opening hours, you can now visit the Benlliure House Museum, the Vicente Blasco Ibáñez House Museum, the Almoina Museum, the Natural Science Museum, the City Museum, the Rice Museum, the València History Museum and the Cervelló Palace:

- Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays: from 10 to 14

- Fridays and Saturdays: from 10 to 14 and from 15 to 19.

- Sundays and public holidays: from 10 to 14 o'clock.

- Mondays: closed

Admittance to all city museums will be free of charge until the introduction of contactless payment to ensure security measures. Remember that only individual and family visits are allowed, whereby a visit by one person is understood to be both a family unit and a life partnership. Until further notice, group visits, guided tours and cultural or educational activities are not allowed. Audio visual and tactile elements and lockers will not be in use. For security reasons, brochures will also be removed.

In all museums open in the city, capacity is limited to one third of the usual capacity, the wearing of a mask is compulsory and the minimum safety distance of 2 meters must be maintained throughout the visit. There are hydro-alcoholic gels for hand cleaning, and cleaning of the facilities and toilets has been stepped up.

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