Museo de la Rioja

Museum in Logroño

Logrono Museo De La Rioja (Palacio De Espartero)
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The Museo de la Rioja sits the 18th century Palacio de Espartero. The museum is divided into various sections, displays multiple historical objects from pre-history to pre-Roman eras, through to Roman times, the Middle Ages and finally the modern day. Artefacts include the old tablets from the famous San Millán monasteries, ancient arrowheads, and collections of swords and spears, as well as Roman coins. Through the beautiful artefacts that are accompanied by visual aids, the museum provides visitors with extensive information about Rioja history all the way from the stone age to the 19th century.




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Visiting Museo de la Rioja


Sun: 10am – 2pm; Tue – Sat: 10am – 2pm, 4pm – 9pm (closed on Mon)

Address: Museo de La Rioja Calle San Agustín, 23 26001 Logroño La Rioja Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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