Museum Of Navarre

Museum in Pamplona

Museu De Navarra, Capella
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The Museum of Navarra is the art museum of Navarre, located  in Pamplona, Spain. The Museo de Navarra is housed in an old pilgrims’ hospital that dates to 1556. Navarre is a fascinating part of Spain with a long, complex history. The Museum of Navarre has a stunning collection of remarkable art work from the pre historic period. The building of the museum comprises of four floors that tell the historic story of  the art of Navarre from Prehistory in thebasement to the art of the 20th century on the 4th floor. The museum of Navarre is a unique blend of Roman are and medieval art from the 1st-century Roman mosaic depicting the Triumph of Bacchus, Romanesque capitals from the cathedral’s cloister, medieval jewels, an 11th-century ivory chest, and a portrait of Marquis of San Adrián by Goya.

The museum is closed on Mondays and takes a three-hour siesta most days between 2pm and 5pm.

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Visiting Museum Of Navarre


9.30am-2pm & 5-7pm Tue-Sat, 11am-2pm Sun


Saturday afternoon: €1 Sunday: free entry Other days: €2

Address: Calle Cuesta de Santo Domingo, Pamplona
Duration: 20 minutes

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