The best museums in Zaragoza in June 2023

These are the top 20 best museums in Zaragoza, Spain, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2023. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

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These are the best museums in Zaragoza:

  1. Museo Goya Colección Ibercaja1

    Museo Goya Colección Ibercaja

    Museo Goya Colección Ibercaja (The Goya Museum - Ibercaja Collection - Camón Aznar Museum) is a museum of fine arts in Zaragoza, housed in the Pardo Renaissance palace. The museum houses more than 1,000 works, of which around 500 are exhibited in the permanent exhibition. The collection of works of
  2. Museo de Tapices y Capitular de la Seo2

    Museo de Tapices y Capitular de la Seo

    Museo de Tapices y Capitular de la Seo (La Seo Chapterhouse Tapestry Museum) is housed in the La Seo Cathedral. The museum holds a large collection of tapestries that belong to the Cathedral Chapter. The collection of the museum comprises 63 Flemish tapestries and 6 pieces of heraldic embroidery, ma
  3. Acuario fluvial de Zaragoza3

    Acuario fluvial de Zaragoza

    Acuario fluvial de Zaragoza was part of Expo 2008 and hosted the exhibition Paisajes del agua. It has a capacity of about two million liters of water and houses around 350 species. The architect of the aquarium was Álvaro Planchuelo. It is the largest 'fluvial' aquarium in Europe and features the ec
  4. Museo del Teatro Romano de Caesaraugusta4

    Museo del Teatro Romano de Caesaraugusta

    The Museum of the Theater of Cesaraugusta (Museo del Teatro de Caesaraugusta) is a space in which the ruins of the old Roman theater of Zaragoza as well as diverse archaeological finds and models of that time are exhibited. The Roman theater of Caesaraugusta dates from the 1st century and with its 7
  5. Museo Pablo Gargallo5

    Museo Pablo Gargallo

    Museo Pablo Gargallo (The Pablo Gargallo Museum) is a museum dedicated to the work of the Aragonese sculptor and painter Pablo Gargallo (1881-1934). The museum is housed in the Argillo palace, the house of Francisco Sanz de Cortés. The museum houses around 177 works by the sculptor, including drawin
  6. Caixaforum Zaragoza6

    Caixaforum Zaragoza

    CaixaForum Zaragoza is a cultural center managed by La Caixa. It mainly hosts temporary exhibitions and offers a wide cultural, artistic and educational programme. It features an auditorium for 252 people and an exhibition hall of 435 square meters.
  7. Museo de los Faroles y Rosario de Cristal7

    Museo de los Faroles y Rosario de Cristal

    Museo de los Faroles y Rosario de Cristal (The Museum of Lanterns and Rosario de Cristal) is housed in the church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. In the museum, the pieces of crafts that make up the Crystal Rosary are exhibited. The Crystal Rosary is celebrated every October 13 in Zaragoza and consist
  8. EMOZ (Educational Museum Origami Zaragoza)8

    EMOZ (Educational Museum Origami Zaragoza)

    First and unique Origami Museum in Europe, where you can see the history of origami, the different techniques and an exhibition that is renewed every 3 months. Workshops on origami are held every weekend.
  9. Museo de Zaragoza9

    Museo de Zaragoza

    The Museum of Zaragoza (Museo de Zaragoza) is a Spanish national museum located in the city of Zaragoza, housed in a neo-Renaissance building built for the Hispano-French Exposition of 1908 by the architects Ricardo Magdalena and Julio Bravo. The museum holds a collection of notable works of archaeo
  10. Museo del Fuego y de los Bomberos10

    Museo del Fuego y de los Bomberos

    Museo del Fuego y de los Bomberos is a museum in Zaragoza that is dedicated to fire and firemen that is housed in the former convent of Franciscanos Mínimos de la Victoria of the sixteenth century. The building still functions as a fire station, but also as the history museum in which the advances i
  11. Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta11

    Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta

    Museo del Foro de Caesaraugusta (The Forum Museum of Caesaraugusta) is a museum in Zaragoza that exhibits the remains of the forum of the ancient Roman city of Caesaraugusta. It is located under the Plaza de la Seo. The museum exhibits archaeological remains excavated during 1988 and 1989 belonging
  12. Alma Mater Museum12

    Alma Mater Museum

    The Alma Mater Museum is a museum in Zaragoza that is housed in the Palacio arzobispal de Zaragoza (the archiepiscopal palace of Zaragoza). The museum exhibits objects related to the Diocese of Zaragoza. Throughout spaces formerly known as Las Casas del Obispo, the residence of the bishops and archb
  13. Museo Pablo Serrano13

    Museo Pablo Serrano

    Museo Pablo Serrano (the Pablo Serrano Museum), also known as Instituto Aragonés de Arte y Cultura Contemporáneos (IAACC, The Aragonese Institute of Contemporary Art and Culture), is a center dedicated to modern and contemporary art. Its collection includes works by the Aragonese sculptor Pablo Serr
  14. Museo de Centro de Historias14

    Museo de Centro de Historias

  15. Museo Del Puerto Fluvial De Caesaraugusta15

    Museo Del Puerto Fluvial De Caesaraugusta

    El Museo Del Puerto Fluvial De Caesaraugusta (The Museum of the Fluvial Port of Cesaraugusta) is a space that shows the old port of the Roman city of Cesaraugusta, the current Zaragoza. In the museum, visitors can see some archaeological remains of the old facilities and learn about the commercial a
  16. Museo de Zaragoza, sección de Cerámica16

    Museo de Zaragoza, sección de Cerámica

    The Ceramic Section of the Museum of Zaragoza (Museo de Zaragoza, sección de Cerámica) holds various samples of popular decorated Aragonese pottery. The museum is housed in Casa de Albarracín. The collection includes decorated pottery from Muel, Teruel, Villafeliche and objects from other centers of
  17. Museo De Las Termas Públicas De Caesaraugusta17

    Museo De Las Termas Públicas De Caesaraugusta

    Museo De Las Termas Públicas De Caesaraugusta (The Museum of the Public Baths of Cesaraugusta) is a museum that shows the ancient Roman baths in the city of Caesaraugusta, the current Zaragoza. Among the remains that are exhibited in the museum are the bases of some columns as well as part of the de
  18. Museo de Zaragoza Sección Etnología18

    Museo de Zaragoza Sección Etnología

    The Section of Ethnology of the Museum of Zaragoza (Museo de Zaragoza Sección Etnología) holds a collection of objects of the domestic life of the Aragonese Pyrenean valleys. The museum is housed in the casa ansotana where visitors can see the collections of various traditional Aragonese costumes as
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    El Sótano Mágico

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    Museo de la Magia de Aragón


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