The Museum of Navarre is located on the
northern side of the Pamplona city walls, just
where the San Fermín festivities are started
each July. Occupying a former renascent
hospital, and completely renovated, the
Museum holds and exhibits a varied collection
of archaeological items and visual arts, dating
from Prehistoric times to the 21st century.
A visit to the Museum offers visitors a glimpse
into the culture and history of Navarre. The vestibule organised as a large reception area, the assembly hall with a capacity of 180 people, and the terrace with its unbeatable views, all offer modern spaces that encourage the exchange of knowledge and experiences.
The halls, which hold some of the most important international works, offer the public the choice of tours and visits, where they can find out more about Navarre and also reflect upon issues that affect today’s society.
Right in the heart of the historical city centre, you can enjoy strolling through the streets, bursting with soul, cultural heritage and good gastronomy.
Address: Calle Santo Domingo, 47. 31001 Pamplona-Iruña
Telephone: +34 848 428 926
From Tuesday to Saturday, from 09:30 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 19:00
Sundays, Holidays and from July 8 to 14: from 11:00 to 14:00