Famous Museums in Granada

The museums in Granada give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Granada with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Granada. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Granada.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Granada.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Granada:

  1. Parque De Las Ciencias

    4.6 (1544 Votes)
    Parque De Las Ciencias

    Children Museum, Entertainment, Ecological Reserve

    Travelling can be a headache for families with children. The itinerary can be very difficult to plan; one cannot overwhelm the tiny ones with a never ending parade of historical sites and art museums. Equal importance needs to be given to fun and entertainment. The Science Park in Granada is one ideal place that is a wonderful experience for kids as well as being enjoyable for adults. There are...Read more
  2. El Palacio De Los Olvidados

    4.3 (152 Votes)
    El Palacio De Los Olvidados

    Museum

    Showcasing Sephardic life in Granada and rather gruesome torture practices used in real life incidents, a visit to the Palacio de los Olvidados is hard to digest if you have low tolerance for anything gore. The metal masks only scratch the surface of the museum and even though historic Jewish artefacts make for a pleasant visit, you are forced to think on law and judgements implemented through ...Read more
  3. Museum Of Fine Arts

    4.5 (13 Votes)
    Museum Of Fine Arts

    Art Museum, Architecture , Sculpture

    The Museum of Fine arts is a rare treat for art lovers and has probably one of the rarest collection of religious art. The place has 17th century oil paintings, well maintained sculptures and abstract art that sets it apart from other museums. The architecture of the place is beautiful with columns that circle around the main courtyard. Highlights Include: “Allegory of Death” by P....Read more
  4. Carmen-museo Max Moreau

    4.6 (5 Votes)
    Carmen-museo Max Moreau

    Museum

    The Casa Museo Max Moreau is the home of the famous Spanish artist Max Leon Moreau who died in 1992 and left all his property to the city of Granada. The museum consists of the painter’s home and studio connected by a courtyard and surrounded by a quaint garden. The view from the balcony takes the prize while the furnishings and portraits seen around the house, make it a memorable visit. ...Read more
  5. Museo Caja Granada Memoria De Andalucia

    Museum, Exhibition

    The Museo Caja Granada Memoria de Andalucia offers a warped time zone where you can linger on to explore the Roman Andalusia, Andalusia, and the  Al-Andalus cultures. Andalusia is a historical nationality in Spain that was established as an autonomous community in the country. The museum gives you information on the culture, way of life, geography(from Pangea to the contemporary geography)...Read more
  6. Museo Casa De Los Tiros De Granada

    Museum, Architecture , Exhibition , Specialty Museum

    The Museo Casa de Los Tiros de Granada has a collection of rare paintings that date from the 17th to the 19th century along with Baroque sculptures, ceramics, textiles and antique furniture. The collection also includes historic Photographs of the city, various engravings and documented archives. The highlight of the museum is its collection of Washington Irving, the industrial arts exhibits an...Read more
  7. Museo Sefardi De Granada

    Museum, Exhibition , Specialty Museum

    The Museo Sefardi de Granada offers the Jewish history of Spain by displaying cultural facts, religious artefacts, texts and other information. The torture devices are hard to digest and can be pretty graphic. The on-ground library gives a limitless account of the Jewish culture and heritage and if you love books, you will love explore the books here. The exhibit dedicated to the Jewish mothers...Read more
  8. Abadia Del Sacromonte

    4.4 (21 Votes)
    Abadia Del Sacromonte

    Museum, Architecture

    The Abadia del Sacromonte was established in the 17th century and is popular for its catacombs where the St. Cecilio (the patron saint of Granada) was martyred. The architecture of the building along with the paneled ceilings in the "mudeyyen" style with exquisite motifs and design, are quiet stunning. The view of Alhambra, the Christian city, the Albayzin and Jesus del valle from the "Valparai...Read more
  9. Casa De Los Pisa

    4.6 (77 Votes)
    Casa De Los Pisa

    Museum

    Built in the 15th century by the Pisa Family, the Archive Saint John of God Museum was where San Juan de Dios was invited by the family to be taken care of when he was ill. In the mid 16th century the Saint died here. The family maintained all his personal belongings and even today you can see the private exhibit. The home consists of 12 rooms, three galleries, a courtyard and a chapel designed...Read more
  10. Casa Museo Manuel De Falla

    Museum

    Manuel de Falla, the Spanish Composer, was one of the most important musicians in Spain during the 20th century. The Casa-Museo de Manuel de Falla maintains the composer’s home true to its time when Falla left the country for Argentina. The whole place is filled with personal belongings of the artist since he left in a hurry fearing for his life. The place showcases some his most prized p...Read more
  11. Huerta De San Vicente

    4.4 (16 Votes)
    Huerta De San Vicente

    Museum

    Federico Garcia Lorca was a famous Spanish poet, playwright and theatre director of the 20th century who was executed by Nationalist forces at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War. The Huerta de San Vicente (the summer home of the Lorca family) maintains and preserves the original rooms, decor and objects that belonged to the family. The rooms showcase the works of art by famous painters like...Read more
  12. Centro Jose Guerrero

    4.5 (4 Votes)
    Centro Jose Guerrero

    Museum, Exhibition

    The Centro Jose Guerrero is loved for its trending exhibits that shine in its modern ambience. The museum showcases ever genre of art in every form (including musical performance and abstract paintings) and even though it is a well kept secret, is still just as charming as any other gallery around Granada. The permanent collection of Jose Guerrero is the highlight of the place and is the one th...Read more
  13. Archaeological Museum Of Granada

    Museum

    The Archaeological Museum Of Granada is tucked in a 16th century palace and showcases the natural history of Granada through the ethnographic and archaeological displays at the designated rooms. The intricate facade from 1593 and the Renaissance Patio are the highlighting features of the Archaeological Museum Of Granada. You will see artefacts from various civilizations such as the Arabs, Roman...Read more
  14. Cripta De Fray Leopoldo De Alpandeire

    Museum

    Fray Leopoldo de Alpandeire was a Capuchin monk who was known for his kindness. He lived in Granada from 1903 to 1956 and is still believed to help those in need. The Crpyt of the monk is the second most visited place in Granada after Alhambraand devotees from all over the world come to pray to him. The nearby museum that keep his personal belongings completes the visit.  Stop by at the pl...Read more
  15. Casa Zafra

    4.1 (12 Votes)
    Casa Zafra

    Museum, Architecture

    Tucked away in a maze of streets, the Casa de Zafra open a whole new world for visitors. A new museum compared to others in Granada, the place makes for an interesting visit with its 15th century Moorish home and historic exhibits. The museum also gives information about the Albaicin neighborhood and is itself an architectural delight. The antiquity items truly are the highlight of the museum. ...Read more