Museum Of Cadiz, Cadiz
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Museum Of Cadiz, Cadiz - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Plaza de Mina, s/n, 11004 Cadiz, Spain
Ticket Price: 2 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
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The Museum of Cadiz offers a journey through the history of the city and that of Spain. The Museum is divided into three sections. These are the Phoenician and Roman archaeological artefacts, the Fine Arts section and the Ethnography section. The first one has outstanding Phoenician sarcophagi from the 5th century BC. The Fine Arts section has on display paintings from the 16th-20th centuries. Works of artists such as Zurbarán, Murillo and Rubens can be found at the museum. A popular display at the Ethnography section is the Tía Norica traditional puppets.
Museum Of Cadiz Information
- Other Contact No. +34 856105023
Museum Of Cadiz Ticket Prices
- Free entry for European Union Nationals.
How To reach Museum Of Cadiz by Public Transport
- Plaza de Mina bus stop
Restaurants Near Museum Of Cadiz
- Mina Five
- Cervecería Miguel Angel
- Boulevard Tapas Cafe & Copas
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Another great Andalusian museum, well worth a visit. Archaeological finds include Phoenician, Roman and Islamic artefacts, which are all well displayed.
Refurbished about 2009 this is a great museum with finds from all periods of the province's history, Phoenician, Carthaginian, Roman, Islamic and later. Displays artifacts from Carteia and Baelo Claudia.
Lovely building. Free entry. Plenty of interesting exhibits.
This is a great, local museum. What is even more impressive is that it is free, at least for EU citizens! The biggest highlight is of course the sarcophagus from the Phoenicians, inmacutely preserved and displayed. The one from the lady even had some decorative bronze eye lashes! The paintings are also interesting, and although there are no world-knowns masterpieces there are plenty of Murillo's and Zurbaran's
Good section on early history of Cadiz. Modern art on upper floors.
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