Museum of Navarre

The Plateresque façade is original, constructed in the 16th century, as well as the interior of the chapel. The rest was redesigned. 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 museum exhibits prehistoric remains, Roman, Pre-Roman, Romanesque and Muslim art, Gothic and Renaissance art, Spanish and foreign painting from the 17th and 18th centuries, works by Goya, and Navarrese painting from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Among the works of great interest are the portrait of the Marquis of San Adrián by Goya, a hispano-arabic ornamental ivory chest, Roman capitals and an impressive mosaic from the Roman Villa of Ramalote (Tudela).

Practical information

Addres: Cuesta de Santo Domingo, 47. 31001 Pamplona - Iruña

Phone number: + 34 848 428 926



      Pamplona is the City Walls

Opening hours:

    Tuesday to Saturday: 9: 30-14: 00 and 17: 00-19: 00
    Sundays and holidays: 11: 00-14: 00
    Closed Monday

    July 6 and 7: closed
    July 8-12: 11:00 -14: 00

Special group visits