Famous Museums in Salamanca

The museums in Salamanca 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 Salamanca 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 Salamanca. 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 Salamanca.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Salamanca.

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

  1. Casa Lis

    4.5 (425 Votes)
    Casa Lis

    Art Museum, Museum, Educational Site, Entertainment

    This museum was constructed to pay tribute to the decorative arts. Located in Casa Lis, Museum of Art Nouveau and Art Deco is considered as the city’s first building with modern structure. It houses collection of 19 decorative art pieces belonging to late 19th and early 20th century. Beside the artworks, the museum also has 2,500 pieces of craftworks like glass, enamels, porcelain figures...Read more
  2. Museo De La Historia De Automocion

    Museum, Educational Site, Entertainment

    It is the only public museum in Spain dedicated to the motor. It was opened in 2002 by Kings of Spain. At present, it holds a collection of 200 antique cars and 1000 of car related accessories. So, for the permanent exhibition, all the 200 cars are kept on display in rotation. Hence, in your every visit to the museum, you are going to see different kinds of cars. The museum also holds collectio...Read more
  3. Convento Y Museo De Las Ursulas

    Museum, Entertainment

    It is also known as Convent of the Annunciation located in Salamanca, in the Paseo de las Ursulas. It was founded by Sancha Maldonado between the years 1460-1470. Later on, the church was expanded with the sponsorship of Alonso II of Fonseca. The convent was allocated to the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis. In the lower choir of the church there is a small interesting museum. The faca...Read more
  4. Museo De Salamanca

    4.4 (153 Votes)
    Museo De Salamanca

    Museum, History Museum, Specialty Museum

    The museum is located in the house of Albarez Abarca, the former residence of Queen Isabel’s doctor. The museum holds collection of works from 14th century through to the present day. It’s collection also includes Flemish panels, altarpieces, canvases, sculptures, various types of archeological pieces, collection of metalwork, jewelry and a sample of local ethnology. The unique feat...Read more
  5. Convento De Santa Clara

    4.4 (165 Votes)
    Convento De Santa Clara

    Museum, Educational Site

    It is one of the convents of Salamanca. Like other convents, this one has also faced modification for a number of times. At present, it houses a museum containing a surprising number of local assets. For instance, you can find ancient murals of 900 years old. When you enter, your glance automatically will be shifting toward the frescoes. Climb up the stairs to see the 14th and 15th century old ...Read more
  6. Museo Taurino

    3.7 (15 Votes)
    Museo Taurino

    Museum, History Museum, Educational Site

    Are you a fan of bullfight? If your answer is yes, you cannot give a miss to this museum in your tour to Salamanca. This museum has every bit of information to learn about bullfights. The museum is divided into 3 sections. The first section has collection of bull heads and artwork depicting bulls. The second section has collection of accessories belonging to famous bull fighters. For instance, ...Read more
  7. Casa Lis Or Museum Of Art Nouveau And Art Deco

    Art Museum, Historical Site, Arts And Crafts

    The Casa Lis is the most impressive art deco and art nouveau museums of Castilla-Leon. The building is in itself a beauty with the stainless glass ceiling, windows and facades. The museum has a wide range of collections of the Art deco and art nouveau era of the 19th and the very early 20th centuries. The objects were donated by an antique seller of the local area. The museum was a dream of a v...Read more
  8. Calle de los Libreros, 25, 37008 Salamanca, Spain