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Het Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia is een van de belangrijkste musea in Spanje. Het is gelegen in de stad Valencia, in het oosten van het land. Het museum werd opgericht in 1857 en heeft een verzameling van meer dan 5.000 schilderijen en sculpturen. Het museum heeft ook een bibliotheek, die meer dan 30.000 boeken heeft. Het museum is geopend van maandag tot zaterdag en het is op zondag gesloten.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
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🗣️ Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia: Meningen
A fantastic place that everyone should visit in Valencia. A science and fun a meeting in this place. For the children is fantastic place that they can learn the thing from life and from school. For the adults is place to refresh their knowledge and to learn something new
Historical place to visit. The buildings are a mix of modern stylish and ancient buildings. The art pieces are beautiful as well. We took 1hr to tour the place.
Very unique place with a lot of unique art, super worth to see ! A little information in English, so be prepared
Plenty of medieval religious works here along with someGoyas and other later artists. All in a new interior.
Beautiful,stunning paintings,and sculpture.Free in ,put backpacks on locked lockers,also free, photos allowed to be taken .
Art gallery located on the edge of Old Town Valencia worth visiting to escape the afternoon heat. Entry is free. Full tour of the entire gallery takes 1 - 2 hours.
So nice that you can visit it for free. Beautiful collection
Free to enter. Lovely collection of Renaissance and 19th Century art with a focus on local artist Spanish born Sorollo. Good access and a spacious and well laid out building with plenty of washrooms.
Great museum that compiles a vastly collection of religious Valencian artist's works.
This was an unexpected pleasure (and not just because the museum is airconditioned and the 38°C Valencia heat could not be felt inside). Very good collection of medieval altar pieces, as well as a less surprising set of rooms in which works from the baroque era are shown. Some lesser works by well-known painters here (Velazquez, Goya, Ribera, Murillo) but really the medieval section stands out. When we were there there was also a nice exhibition on Sorolla. Be sure to take a moment to relax in the two open courtyards (blue and pink) for that truly Spanish feeling
I am generally not a fan of paintings, but I found a good portion of the art pieces interesting and enjoyed my time here. It's also air conditioned and free.
I enjoyed visiting it, you can’t have your backpack in your back or drink even water inside the building.
Worth the visit! They have a large collection of arts and it’s free entrance.
One of my highlights in Valencia. LOVE IT!❤️
Great museum, free entrance
A delightful museum in which are to be found outstanding works from early local artists. Also , there are excellent local Renaissance works , as well as those from such celebrated artists of the Spanish Golden Century as Velazquez, Morales and El Greco. Among paintings from the 19th century, works by Joaquin Sorolla and Ignacio Pinazo are of particular note
Beautiful collection with many hidden gems. I visited twice during my stay in Valencia
What an incredible Museum with such important collection. One of my favorites in Spain. I was amazed to see lots of Ignacio Pinazo's paintings in one room. Finally a museum that gives credit to one of the most incredible Spanish painters. There are also several Sorolla's works in the collection. A must visit!
A bit too heavy on the religious art for my taste, but everything was beautiful, well displayed, and it’s FREE to enter. It is small so you only need to spend a couple hours in it. If you’re in Valencia and you like art, you should probably make your way over there. It’s supposedly the 2nd most important art museum in Spain. The bus (6 & 11) drop you off at the front door but you have to walk a while to catch the bus back downtown. (Cross the bridge, take a left and walk down to the bus stop down by the old ruins. It’s probably 15 minutes away.) I probably wouldn’t go back a second time but I’m glad i went the first.
its free. small but good display including goya and velazquez. christians on the XVI century were nuts.
If you are into culture and arts, this place is for you. I almost cried when I saw paintings of Velazquez, Goya and Ribera in real. The entrance is free of charge like most of the cultural things in Valencia, but I'd go again even if I should pay.
Lovely religious art on the first floor, we will return to see more later this week. People were helpful, English guides provided. (Btw, the lockers for belongings ask for 1 euro, we just had a 2 euro coin, but it was returned when we came back for our things. I saw someone with an earlier post about needing change. Not needed)
Quite and interesting collection of art work.. Worth to spend some time when you visit valencia
The gallery is very interesting and well organized: a wide exhibition of the most precious Catalan and European art from XIII to the XIX century. Francisco Ribalta, Velasquez, Luca Giordano, and Bruegel are just a few names that you will find here
I like the vibes here. It is good place to relax yourself.
A must visit! A very interesting museum! Enjoyed with my daughter. There is a place where you can leave big bags, you just need to have 1 € with you. Friendly staff will tell you everything. Be sure to take the museum plan, it's easier to navigate the building! Free admission on weekends. Sunday open until 14.00
Great art collection, mainly paintings ot the Valencian authors, also good Spanish artist like Goya, Murillo and Velazquez. The temporary exhibition of Joaquin Agrasot is gorgeous.
We did a short first visit to the museum. We explored first floor to admire the altarpieces and paintings. We went to up to find Velasquez' gallery. Museum' map tells the important painting you museum see if you are doing a quick visit. We have to come back with more time to see the galleries in details and see the second floor and outside patios. It is free.
They have a lot of exhibit, mostly religious art. The entrance was free when we came on a Sunday
Amazing collection located in a beautiful building. Admission is free too!
Really nicely organized sections by periods and a beautiful architecture! Highly recommended, the upper room has 3 velazquez's and goya's. Should also visit the gardens nexy by!!
Great, though not extensive collection, with an El Greco, several de Riberas, Murillos, some Flemish painters, and, of course, Sorolla and pre- and post-sorollistas. You can get through the whole museum in just few hours. Totally worth it.
Very nice and well maintained museum, especially the last floor (lots of Sorolla and his followers). Don’t miss the impressive huge painting in the entrance! The only downside are the security guards, they follow you everywhere and it feels a bit u comfortable....(but that’s their job so it’s ok )
Really nice visit in Valencia to avoid the sun in the afternoon. The museum is huge and has an impressive collection. Free entrance.
A small but very worthwhile gallery. Entrance is free and the building is beautiful, with pleasant courtyards. The main collection is primarily medieval and Renaissance religious art, with galleries of more modern art (including a room of works by the important Valencian artist Joaquin Sorolla) upstairs. There are also a series of temporary exhibitions. A restful place to spend an hour or so.
Really nice free exposition. Medieval, baroque and impressionist valencian masterpieces. Free and recommended
Fantastic museum featuring art and artefacts from about 700 years. Best bit - it's free! The bottom floor is largely dedicated to Valencian Gothic Art, Renaissance and Baroque while the first and second floor display a collection of Spanish, Flemish and Italian art. Most famous painters include Joaquin Sorolla. The museum is located in a lovely building with several courtyards. Not a busy place, I was surprised. It also has a restaurant. Unfortunately, we didn't get a chance to try out the menu del dia which looked delicious on paper.
I really appreciate the artwork placed on display at these museums, it was well worth my time! To top it off, entrance was free.
Free on Sundays a small gallery but incredibly interesting works of the 14th to 17th centuries.
The Museo de Belles Arts de València is an art gallery founded in 1913. It houses some 2,000 works, most dating from the 14th-17th centuries. Highlights are: - a Self portrait of Diego Velázquez, - a St. John the Baptist by El Greco, - Goya's Playing Children, - Gonzalo Pérez's Altarpiece of Sts. Ursula. It also houses a large series of engravings by Giovan Battista Piranesi. The entrance is free!