Museo De Cadiz

museo_cadiz Museo de Cadiz
The Museo de Cadiz or Cadiz Museum is the most important museum in the vicinity. It’s got two beautiful Phoenician marble sarcophagi carved in human likeness, with well crafted Roman statues and a nice marble Emperor Trajan (with its head intact) from the Baelo Claudia ruins.
At the top floor, the musuem has nice collections of fine arts with a display of 18 superb 17th-century canvases of saints, angels and monks by Francisco de Zurbarán. Another great part of Cadiz is the well crafted altarpiece from the chapel of Cádiz’ Convent de Capuchinos, which is famed for taking the life of its creator Bartolomé Esteban Murillo when it was being created in 1682.

Opening Hours
Winter: Tuesday to Saturday from  09.00 to 19.30h. Sundays from  09.00 to 15.30h.
Summer: (June To September): Tuesday to Sunday from 09.00 to 15.30h.
Close on  January the 1st, May the 1st and December
1,50 euros
Free for European union citizens

Cadiz Museum