Museo de Navarra


The Museo de Navarra is a wonderful museum located inside the former Hospital of Our Lady of Mercy. Trace the history of Navarra chronologically from the top of the building to the bottom over 4 floors. In the basement you'll find exhibits from prehistory including Roman architectural remains and the restored Mosaic of Theseus and the Minotaur. On the next 2 floors, medieval art, Gothic sculptures, and artworks from the Baroque era and 19th century fill the rooms. The top floor is reserved for artworks from the 20th century including a Francisco de Goya portrait and a section of contemporary works by Navarra artists. 


Places to visit nearby

Pamplona in Navarra is an historical city, most famous for the San Fermin bullfighting festival every July, which was the setting for Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises.

Estella in Navarra is a town of great monumental and religious heritage on the Camino de Santiago.

Tolosa, in Pais Vasco (the Basque Country), is a brilliant destination for food lovers that is surrounded by the beauty of Green Spain and full of remarkable architecture.

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