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MURCIA
ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
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Archaeological Museum.

The Archaeological Museum is located in the House of Culture. At the beginning it was built as Provincial Palace of Archives, Libraries and Museums, thanks to the architects Luis Moya and José Luis León. It opened its doors in 1956. It is the best museum to know the most characteristic of regional archeology.

TIME: XX Century
STYLE: Historicist

Archaeological Museum
CASA-MUSEO DEL BELÉN

CASA-MUSEO DEL BELÉN

PUENTE TOCINOS (MURCIA)

Calle Olivo esquina con Travesía Torre 2, s/n,

30006 PUENTE TOCINOS (MURCIA)

Telephone: +34 968 30 11 26

No hay que irse muy lejos para disfrutar del Belén de Puente Tocinos. Su casa-museo se ubica en la Casa Torre del pueblo, más conocida como la del Reloj. A través de este edificio se promociona y difunde la artesanía del Belén con obras y artistas locales pero de gran prestigio nacional. Cabe destacar que Puente Tocinos siempre ha sido conocida por su tradición belenística.

ÉPOCA: Casa del siglo XVIII. Museo del siglo XXI.
ESTILO:
Arquitectura popular.

Foto realizada por: José Luis Montero
ESPACIO MOLINOS DEL RÍO / SALA CABALLERIZAS
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Hydraulic Museum "Molinos del Río”.

Espacio Molinos del Río / Sala Caballerizas
FINE ARTS MUSEUM

Fine Arts Museum.

The Museum of Bellas Artes (Fine Arts) of Murcia is one of the most established institutions of our Region. Its origin is linked to the Comisión Provincial de Monumentos de Murcia (Provincial Commission of Monuments of Murcia) of 1844. Its preservation and conservation works of the patrimony of monuments, with the purpose of founding the Museo Provincial (Provincial Museum), will materialise in 1864. This year, the Museo Provincial de Pintura y Escultura (Painting and Sculpture) will be created and later on, the Section of Archaeology will be added.


The building, opened in 1910, is a work of the architect Pedro Cerdán, who uses an impeccable language to express the premises of the architectural eclecticism.

FIRST FLOOR: Room I.- Painting of the 15th and 16th centuries. Renaissance in Murcia. Room II.- The art in Murcia during the 17th century.

SECOND FLOOR: Room III.- The art of the 17th century. The painting of the Golden Age. Room IV .- Cabinet of art. Room V.- The Enlightenment and the 18th century in Murcia. The art during the eighteenth century.

THIRD FLOOR: Room VI.- From the Academic art to Eclecticism. The Great Pictorial Genres. Room VII.- Costumbrist painting. Regionalism. Room VIII.- Allegories room. Decorative Painting. The Landscape. Room of temporal expositions.

Museo de Bellas Artes de Murcia Brochure(2 Mb)
 

Fine Arts Museum
MUSEO DE LA ARCHICOFRADÍA DE LA SANGRE

MUSEO DE LA ARCHICOFRADÍA DE LA SANGRE

MURCIA

Calle Sacerdotes Hermanos Cerón, 25,

30002 MURCIA

Telephone: +34 968 344 361

Museum of "La Sangre".

Museo de la Archicofradía de la Sangre
MUSEO DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA
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MUSEO DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA

MURCIA

C/ Cartagena s/n, Pabellón 4, Antiguo Cuartel de Artillería

30002 MURCIA

Telephone: 868 88 85 61 / Fax: 868 88 85 62

Museum of the University.

Museo de la Universidad de Murcia
MUSEO DE MOROS Y CRISTIANOS DE MURCIA

MUSEO DE MOROS Y CRISTIANOS DE MURCIA

MURCIA

C/ Cartagena s/n (1º planta del Pabellón II, Antiguo Cuartel de Artillería)

30002 MURCIA

Telephone: 868 04 45 70

Las fiestas más populares de la ciudad de Murcia son las de Moros y Cristianos, de ahí que la comisión de fiestas se decidiera a crear un museo específico para poder acercar al visitante a la misma, declarada de Interés Turístico Nacional. Allí se exponen trajes de las distintas kábilas y mesnadas que desfilan anualmente en la Fiesta, así como carteles oficiales en sus más de 30 años de existencia.

ÉPOCA: Siglo XX
ESTILO: Moderno
Museo de Moros y Cristianos de Murcia
MUSEO DE SANTA CLARA
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Santa Clara Museum.

On the Islamic-Mudejar palace of the Emir of Murcia, Ibn Hud, the monastery of Santa Clara was founded, which since 1365 houses the Clarisas nuns. In this building come several centuries of history and different cultures such as Islamic, Gothic and Baroque. The museum space and the nuns coexist in total harmony.

It conserves one of the oldest Arabic pools in Spain.

TIME: 13th, 15th and 18th centuries
STYLE: Arabic, flamboyant and baroque.

Museo de Santa Clara
MUSEO DEL FERROCARRIL

MUSEO DEL FERROCARRIL

MURCIA

Pza. Industria (Estación Renfe Murcia del Carmen)

30002 MURCIA

Museum of "Ferrocaril".

Museo del Ferrocarril
MUSEO TAURINO

MUSEO TAURINO

MURCIA

C/ Francisco Rabal, 2

30009 MURCIA

Telephone: +34 968 285 976 / Fax: +34 968 284 154

Bullfighting Museum. 

Museo Taurino
MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND WATER
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Museum of Science and Water.

Museum of Science and Water
MUSEUM OF THE CATHEDRAL OF MURCIA
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Museum of the Cathedral.

MUSEUM OF THE CATHEDRAL OF MURCIA
Ventajas para peregrinos del Camino de Caravaca
Tarifa del Peregrino: Visitar la torre de la Catedral por 3¤ en vez de 5¤
MUSEUM OF THE CITY
Museum of the City.
Museum of the City is located in the old house of the nineteenth century of the Lopez-Ferrer family, and on the same site where the Tower of Junterón, residence of Don Gil Rodríguez de Junterón, was built in the 16th century. The building happened to be of municipal ownership in 1994 and shortly after was remodeled and conditioned to lodge a museum on the history of Murcia.
It offers a wide cultural offer of temporary exhibitions, activities, book presentations, etc.

TIME: XIX - XX
STYLE: Neoclassical
Museum of the City
RAMÓN GAYA MUSEUM

Ramón Gaya Museum.

It is located in a beautiful mansion of Murcian style of the 19th century, the "casa Palarea" (Palarea house), and it shows the work of one of the best contemporary Murcian painters.


It has sketches, posters, literary pieces and a retrospective collection of his own work and of other painters of his generation (Pedro Flores, Luis Garay, Juan Bonafé y Joaquín), as well as that of English painters who have been in Murcia in the 20s (Cristóbal Hall, Darsie Japp, Windham Tryon).

RAMÓN GAYA MUSEUM
SALZILLO MUSEUM
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Salzillo Museum.

It was opened in 1960 and deeply remodelled in 2002 by the architect Yago Bonet Correa. It is a mixture of typologies: we have the Baroque Art which is still alive under the watchful eye of the Church of Jesus, see of the Brotherhood of the same name and which was declared artistic historical monument from 1935; and also the Contemporary Art, created in 2002 by this architect. A mixture of styles which coexist in perfect harmony.

In the outside, in the lateral façade we find a magnificent portal which belongs to the ancient Renaissance Palace of Riquelme (previously located next to the Plaza de San Bartolomé and currently disappeared). It is meaningful that this family also ordered Salzillo the sculpture set of the nativity scene in 1776. This project kept him busy until his death in 1783.

In the church of Jesus the Nazarene, famous thrones of Francisco Salzillo are exposed and walk in file on Good Friday morning: "La Caída" (1752), "la Verónica" (1754), "San Juan" and "la Dolorosa", made between 1752 and 1777, "la Santa Cena del Señor" (1763), "la Oración en el Huerto" (1752), "el Prendimiento" (1765) and "Cristo amarrado a la columna" or "Los Azotes", which was made between 1776 and 1777 and the last throne of this maker of religious images.

The carving which names the Brotherhood, "Nuestro Padre Jesús" (Our Father Jesus), an anonymous carving of the 16th and 17th centuries and the one which gives its own name to a brotherhood, is the only one that wasn't made by Salzillo. 556 figures, which form the famous "Belén" (Nativity scene) also highlight. These figures were ordered to Salzillo by the marquis of Riquelme, and also an interesting collection of original clay sketches.

Ventajas para peregrinos del Camino de Caravaca
Tarifa del Peregrino: Entrada al museo por 3¤ en lugar de 5¤
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