The National Ceramics Museum is located in what used to be the palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas. You’ll love it as soon as you see its façade.
Through its several floors, you’ll discover a very opulent way of living, as well as being able to check out an impressive ceramics collection.
El Carmen is one of Valencia’s chic districts, ideal for a night out. But it also features one of the most beautiful buildings-museums.
This cultural center is located in a building that used to be an old convent, so the building itself is a piece of art and history.
It’s not all about historic buildings and archaeological findings, right? If you’re looking for something more recent, check out Valencia’s Museum of Modern Art.
Still, in every corner of Valencia you’ll find history! So we must mention that the MuVIM features remains of an old Islamic tower.
Check out Valencia’s way of life, now and then, in the city’s Ethnology Museum.
If you don’t visit on a Sunday (free entrance), your ticket will allow you to visit 3 museums for the price of 1! The aforementioned MuVIM, this one and…
Go way back and discover the story of the Iberians at Valencia’s Prehistory Museum.
This one and the Ethnology Museum are connected, both located inside “La Bene”, a beautiful, historic building which also offers free concerts.
Unleash your inner archaeologist with a visit to the Almoina, an underground museum that will leave a mark on you.
This building, featuring amazing archaeological findings, is also part of the Cathedral Complex, and located next to the Cathedral and the Basilica.
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