One of the important unique places to enjoy in Extremadura is the Cáceres Museum, which offers a wide variety of art and archeology collections.
In Estremadura We find different options to be able to carry out an exciting cultural trip, without leaving aside the gastronomic proposals that this autonomous community offers us. They are certainly alternatives to take into account so that the trip is as complete as possible.
The popular Museum of Cáceres is one of the essential visits to enjoy in ExtremaduraWithin the possibilities we can enjoy with the Museum of Caceres, a cultural alternative that is located in this city of Extremadura. It offers visitors the chance to see different collections related to archaeology, ethnography and fine arts from this area of Spain.
The interesting museum is located in the Weather Vanes Palace, one of the most valuable historical buildings in Cáceres and that is well worth keeping in mind. Note that the museum was inaugurated and is located both in the palace and in the Casa de los Caballos. Right in this area there was an old Almohad fortress.
Getting to know the museum
It is a construction dating from the seventeenth century carried out by Don Lorenzo de Ulloa y Torres. Later it had to be reformed by Don Jorge de Cáceres y Quiñones. It has a very characteristic main façade and has old elements such as the classic gargoyles, among other interesting elements.
We come across a series of rooms dedicated to the Paleolithic, Neolithic, Megalithic, Copper, Bronze and Iron Ages, Ancient Rome, Visigothic art and archaeological remains found in the city of Cáceres. On the other hand, we find rooms dedicated to domestic equipment, transport, beliefs and music, as well as art from the 13th and 19th centuries. In total there are 17 rooms that make up this important museum.
The museum is made up of the main building and the Interpretation Center of the Mischievous Cave. You can enjoy this museum throughout the week except Mondays. From Tuesday to Saturday it is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in addition to being able to visit the museum on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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