Het Museo de Arte Sacro de Bilbao is een museum in Bilbao, Spanje dat gespecialiseerd is in religieuze kunst. Het museum bevindt zich in het voormalige klooster van San Domingo de la Calzada en werd in 1884 opgericht door de bisschop van Bilbao, Francisco Javier Sáenz de Tejada y Álvarez de Toledo. De collectie van het museum omvat werken van de 12e tot de 20e eeuw en omvat schilderijen, sculpturen, metaalwerk, textiel en meubels. Het museum heeft ook een bibliotheek met meer dan 30.000 delen.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Friday: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM, 4:00 – 7:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
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Highly recommended for those who have time to spare when visiting bilbao
Impressive collection of sacred art. The first time in a museum of sacred art and after this visit I'm sure I'll repeat it.
Superb collection in a superb building!
Great museum at the height of Atxuri, little known but well worth a visit, on the first floor there is a silverware area with incredible pieces from between the 13th and 20th centuries, and on the third floor there is an area with wood carvings, alabaster and marble. It has a large cloister and a lot of tranquility. Totally recommend your visit.
I liked it a lot The lady who was at the window very friendly. It is worth visiting. On Tuesdays admission is free.
I was pleasantly surprised, this year is beautiful, with world nativity scenes and artisan sweets.
Interesting museum both for its content and for its container
a very nice place
Very pleasant treatment of the staff I found the exhibitions very interesting and enriching
Very interesting, you have to see it
Fantastic museum and lovely staff. It is worth it just to see the building.
Beautiful museum in the square. Of the Incarnation of Atxuri Bilbao
We did the escape room and it's super fun. With many different spaces and very original tests. It's a great idea to see the museum in a different way.
It has a very entertaining and fun escape room with a touch of mystery. Includes entrance to the museum. The area is not very touristy but it is a museum worth seeing. It is never bad to get out of the ordinary.
Its cloister, is a trip to reflection, its source a beauty with its flowery water lilies. The interior of great interest.
Its cloister is an ideal place to rest a little in a quiet place and the collection is the best way to approach the history of genuinely Biscay art
We loved the escape room of La Abadia de Atxuri. Highly recommended. And we still have a quiet visit to the museum. He promises!
Very nice and well kept
Very cheap entry
his works of art
The Scape Room is very good, and different from others.
A beautiful place and very well maintained.
In my opinion, the museum of sacred art is an inescapable place when visiting Bilbao.
I liked this museum a lot and I also recommend visiting the impressive silverware collection
The Romanesque tympanum of Santurtzi de San Jorge from the 12th century
A beautiful place full of history
Singular corner in the Bilbao neighborhood of Atxuri. Located in the popular Plaza de la Encarnación, it offers visitors a rich collection of sacred works of art that range from the Middle Ages to the present day.
Different, little crowded and very interesting.
It's worth getting close
It's wonderful to have such a museum in Bilbao
Sweets from the Christmas convent and Nativity Scenes of the World Expo, in addition to the permanent collection of the Museum. Highly recommended.
very cozy place
Interesting and very enjoyable. It is also in a building of great charm.
One of the most highly regarded museums is that of sacred art. Fans of religious themes find a good gem to explore. Definitely highly recommended.
In general and by the accesses
Beautiful museum, not very big, the staff is attentive and charming
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