Valencia is a city of culture. To enrich all this culture, you can visit a lot of museums located throughout the city, among them:
IVAM: The IVAM is a new building with galleries designed for permanent and temporary exhibitions. The exhibitions are mainly centred on the evolutionary process of Art, from the classical vanguard crisis right up to the seventies. There is also a display that includes parts of the medieval Valencian city wall that was destroyed over one-hundred years ago.
Museum of fine Arts in Valencia: The second largest artwork collection in Spain, after the Prado. Here you’ll find pieces by artists such as Sorolla, Goya and Zuloaga.
MUVIM: A first-rate museum and provider of culture relating to modernity, where you can enjoy the very best in photography, illustration and poster exhibitions. A place where our journey through history meets the Enlightenment and takes us up to cutting-edge science and architecture of today.
Marques de Dos Aguas Palace: It’s the most synonymous building with Spain’s Baroque period, its walls house the National Ceramics Museum, with unique pieces dating from prehistory up to Picasso’s era. Furthermore, from the inside you can see how Valencian noble families lived in the 18th century.
Faller Museum: The Museo Fallero is based in an old lepers’ hospital next to the Creueta de la Mare de Déu de Monteolivet. The collection consists of Ninots (papier-mâché figures made for the Fallas), which have been saved from the flames by popular vote every year since 1934.
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