Lithographic Workshop Museum

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Boveda San Roque s/n
11008, Cádiz
956 28 26 63

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  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Friday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Saturday: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
  • Sunday: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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🗣️ Lithographic Workshop Museum: Des avis

4.8/5 (28 Des avis)
Pilar Benitez 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Fantastic museum. If they explain it to you!!!

Antonio García Delgado 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Magnificent museum with a wide collection of machinery and gadgets related to lithography.

Nicolás F. Ballesteros Agabo 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: A Trip to the Recent Past of Lithography of great value.

YAICI Sofiane 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: thanks to Auxi for the visit and kindness as well as Luis.

Tomás Rosillo 1 year ago

Expérience positive: The Lithographic Workshop Museum of Cádiz is located in the Vaults of San Roque de las Puertas de Tierra. Access is free and it has a wide sample of copies of great interest and explanatory panels on lithography. Good attention and well detailed and exposed

Julio Spinelli 1 year ago

Expérience fantastique: Very interesting experience. A journey through time to understand the past.

LuisCarlos Gargallo 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: The Lithographic Workshop Museum was inaugurated on June 14, 2010 and has its origin in the old Müller Litography, which was installed in Cádiz in 1861 and was in operation until the end of the 20th century. It is one of the few museums of this genre that exist in Spain and the most complete, a milestone also on an international level. It houses, duly preserved and on display to the public, more than a thousand lithographic stones from Bavarian quarries, some of them with drawings and engravings that are true works of art. Design tables, printing tests and guillotines are exhibited to reproduce texts and images manually and industrially. It also has relics that still work in the hands of engraving artists and specialists. Among the pieces in the Museum, a large stone weighing more than 300 kilos stands out, as well as a manual press made in Paris in 1850, one of the few that exist in the world.

Francisco López Manzano 2 years ago

Expérience positive: It is worth visiting. it is very interesting

Lisbeth Salander 2 years ago

Expérience positive: It is beautiful and very interesting art is exhibited

Paqui Estevez 2 years ago

Expérience fantastique: all very well organized

Victor Blanco 3 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Very clean, well organized place

Tamara Sevilla 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Expectacular

Сергей Савва 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: A very interesting museum, after visiting the museum you can understand the art of lithography, how difficult it was to copy images before. Informative, cozy, deserted and free))

vir molina 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Interesting

ANGEL LUIS FERNANDEZ GALVAN 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Curiosity worth seeing.

Susana García 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: For lovers of lithography and engraving in general, it is a necessary point of visit, near the bay and in a beautiful building.

Maria Angeles Parodi 4 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Interesting

Mark Annison 4 years ago

Expérience positive: not bad as its free to get in

Ezequiel Gomez Flores 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Hello, it's very good

Efra Esan 5 years ago

Expérience positive: Admission is free and very interesting. In little more than an hour it can be seen. The explanatory signs are good although I missed a guide who would attend personally

Ana Juliá 5 years ago

Expérience fantastique: It is a very interesting museum, with many old machines and documents, I really liked it

Javier Gonzalez-Soria 5 years ago

Expérience positive: In the Lithographic Museum is the lithographic set from the s. XIX most complete in Spain. It has numerous presses of different techniques and models, more than a thousand lithographed stones, design and drawing tables, pantographs, guillotines, binding tools, etc. The Lithographic Museum has its origin in the old German lithography of Cádiz, which was installed in 1861 and was in operation for artistic printing until the end of the 20th century. It is one of the few museums of this kind that exist in Spain and the most complete, a milestone also at the international level. Because it houses more than a thousand lithographed stones, design tables, printing tests and guillotines to reproduce texts and images manually and industrially and with exceptional quality. It also has relics that still function in the hands of recording artists and specialists.

Henry Oude Egberink 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Small but very nice museum

Philip Purkis 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Small specialist interesting museum, with special newspaper exhibition & english explanations

MAS VALE UN MINUTO EN PIE QUE UNA VIDA DE RODILLAS 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Incredible old lithography, it is cited in the same lands Land, worth seeing, they did not let me take pictures

Alberto Albarracín 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Interesting, free and with one of the most attentive workers that we have come across. Recommended

Maribel A. 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: Very interesting. It is an exhibition on the entire trajectory of the Diario de Cádiz.

Borja Simancas 6 years ago

Expérience fantastique: A place where you will learn great things, both from lithography and the city. It is advisable to make the guided tour, all explained in detail and very enjoyable. A place to visit yes or yes.

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