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City of Salamanca
Culture

Museums

• Ieronimus

Exhibition dedicated to the 900 years of the art and history of Salamanca’s two Cathedrals

Location: The medieval towers in the Cathedral of Salamanca.
Tel: +34 923 28 11 23
Fax: +34 923 28 10 45
www.salamanca.es

A hall of Ieronimus Tower

[Ieronimus Tower. Salamanca Cathedral]


 
• Art Nouveau-Art Deco Museum (Casa Lis Museum)

The Casa Lis, a dramatic modernist building, is home to an Art Nouveau collection comprising period pieces from the end of the 19th century up until the First World War, an Art Deco collection, from between the World Wars and one of the world’s finest porcelain doll collections.

Address: C/ El Expolio, nº 14
Tel: +34 923 12 14 25
www.museocasalis.org

Casa Lis Museum

[Casa Lis Museum]


 
• Automotive History Museum

This museum is dedicated to the aesthetic evolution of the automobile. Among its many exhibits, are 60 vehicles from the private collection of Gómez Planche.p>

The museum is in a superb location in the historic centre of the city, on the banks of the River Tormes.

Tel: +34 923 26 02 93
Fax: +34 923 26 98 49
Address: Plaza del Mercado Viejo s/n
www.museoautomocion.com

Automotive History Museum

[Automotive History Museum]


 
• Museum of Commerce and Industry

The Museum of Commerce and Industry of Salamanca has gathered and preserved the memories of economic, industrial and merchant activity in the city and province. The museum is the only one of its type in Castilla y León and is the result of the ingenuity and initiative of those Salamanca entrepreneurs who were keen to share their experiences in commerce and industry.

Address: Avda. Campoamor s/n
Tel: +34 923 23 84 02
 www.museodelcomercio.com

Interiors of the Trade Museum of Salamanca

[Interiors of the Trade Museum of Salamanca]


 
• Domus Artium 2002: DA2

The transformation of the old provincial prison into a superb Modern Art centre was an offshoot of Salamanca’s reign as European Capital of Culture in 2002.
The nine-thousand metre square building comprises different exhibition rooms, workshops, conference and projection rooms, a library and more.
The museum is well endowed with important exhibits at every turn from the fields of photography, painting, photo-montage, video, installations and performance.

Address: Avda. de la Aldehuela s/n
Tel: +34 923 18 49 16
 www.salamancaciudaddecultura.org

Domus Artium 2002: DA2

[Domus Artium 2002: DA2]


 
• The House/Museum of Unamuno

Exhibiting furniture, memorabilia and the author’s personal archive, this museum houses useful resources for researchers and a wide bibliography on the subject.

Address: C/ Libreros 25
Tel: 923 29 44 00
www.usal.es

The House/Museum of Unamuno

[The House/Museum of Unamuno]


 
• Bullfighting Museum

This museum is dedicated to the world of bullfighting.

Address: C/ Doctor Piñuela, 5-7
Tel: 923 21 94 25
www.museotaurinosalamanca.es

Bullfighting Museum

[Bullfighting Museum]


 
• Masonic Lodge

This recreation of a Masonic Lodge is located inside the National Historical Archive building and contains Masonic property seized during the Spanish Civil War.

Address: C/ El Expolio, 2
Tel: 923 21 25 35

Masonic Lodge

[Masonic Lodge]


 
• Cathedral Museum

Containing sculptures and paintings from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, the most famous paintings are the Tríptico de San Andrés, by Juan de Flandes, and the Virgen de la Rosa and Retrato de Santa Catalina, by Fernando Gallego. The museum also boasts Francisco of Salamanca’s 15th century sculpture El sepulcro de Anaya.

Address: C/ Pla y Daniel, s/n
Tel:+34 923 21 74 76

Cathedral Museum

[Cathedral Museum]


 
• Museum of Salamanca

This museum is situated around the central courtyard of the 15th century Palace of the Queen’s Doctors. It contains pictorial works dating from the 15th century up until the current day, notably the Llanto por Cristo Muerto by Luís de Morales, and San Andrés by Juan de Flandes.

Address: Patio Escuelas Menores, 2
Tel: +34 923 21 22 35

Museum of Salamanca

[Museum of Salamanca]


 
• Museum of San Esteban convent

Home to 13th-17th century religious ornaments and jewellery, a collection of Philippine ivory, 16th century scriptures and hymn-sheets, the Bible that Pope Luna gave to San Vicente Ferrer, baroque images, paintings and more.

Address:  Plaza del Concilio de Trento, s/n
Tel: +34 923 21 50 00

Museum of San Esteban convent

[Museum of San Esteban convent]


 
• University Museum

As well as cassocks and other 16th and 17th century ceremonial items and paintings including La Anunciación and La Adoración de los Reyes by Juan de Borgoña, this museum is famous for Fernando Gallego’s beautiful mural El Cielo de Salamanca, painted on the vault of the ancient University library in 1490.

Address:  Patio de las Escuelas Menores
Tel: +34 923 29 44 00 (Ext. 1222)

University Museum

[University Museum]


 
• Las Úrsúlas Convent Collection

Highlights include ceiling murals from the 15th and 16th centuries and various works by Luis de Morales and Juan de Borgoña.

Address:  C/ Úrsulas, 2
Tel: +34 923 21 98 77

Las rslas Convent Collection

[Las Úrsúlas Convent Collection]


 
• Santa Clara Convent Museum

This interesting museum is home to various 13th-16th centuries wall and ceiling murals, embossed 16th century medallions and images and textiles from different ages. Its roof offers wonderful views over the Salamancan skyline.

Address:  C/ Lucero, 2
Tel: +34 923 26 96 23

Santa Clara Convent Museum

[Santa Clara Convent Museum]


 
• COLLECTIONS

“Gadget to fascinate

Castilla y León film library
Basilio Martín Patino Collection
Collection of over 200 devices related to sight and vision.

Address: Gonzala Santana, 1
Tel: +34 923 212 516 
Fax. 923267100

Gadget to fascinate

[Gadget to fascinate]