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Valencia for art lovers
Valencia for art lovers

Valencia is a destination that offers a rich cultural experience for art lovers. From renowned museums to contemporary spaces, Valencia has much to delight those passionate about creativity and artistic expression. In this article, we explore some cultural gems the city has to offer.

The best museums in Valencia to visit this autumn

Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia

Located in the historic centre of the city, the Fine Arts Museum of Valencia is an essential stop for art lovers. This museum is the second largest art gallery in Spain and houses an impressive collection ranging from the 15th to the 19th centuries. One of the highlights are the rooms dedicated to masters such as Sorolla and Francisco de Goya.

The Museo de Bellas Artes is also known for its Renaissance collection, making it a unique place to explore the artistic influence of this period in Spain. In addition to paintings, the museum exhibits sculptures, archaeological pieces and works by iconic artists such as Velázquez.

Science Museum

If you're a lover of art and science, the Science Museum is a place you won't want to miss. Located in the City of Arts and Alameda, this museum offers interactive exhibits and scientific animations that bring science to life in an exciting and educational way.

The museum is surrounded by impressive sheets of water and its motto, "Forbidden not to touch, not to feel, not to think", promotes interactivity and learning through the active participation of visitors. It is an ideal place to explore the evolution of life, science, and technology in a unique and fun way.

Bancaja Foundation

In the heart of the historic centre of Valencia, the Bancaja Foundation is a private, non-profit cultural institution that offers a unique artistic experience. Housed in an impressive 12,000 square metre building, the foundation presents a wide-ranging cultural programme that includes temporary exhibitions dedicated to the greatest exponents of Spanish and international art.

One of the highlights of the Bancaja Foundation is its art collection, which ranges from Gothic to contemporary art, with a special focus on Valencian painting. In addition to exhibitions, the cultural and social centre offers concerts, workshops, lecture series and awards, making it a place where culture merges with social action.

Centre del Carme Contemporary Culture

If you're looking for an eclectic artistic experience, the Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània (CCCC) is the place to be. This museum encompasses all artistic disciplines, from visual and performing arts to music, design and more. The CCCC is a living space that presents exhibitions of everything from urban art to opera recitals.

The museum also has a permanent room designed for children from 0 to 3 years old, called 'Espai de Telles', making it a perfect destination for families. With its focus on exploring the contemporary world through different formats and artistic languages, the CCCC has become one of the most highly rated cultural institutions in Valencia.

VAM - Valencian Institute of Modern Art - Julio González Centre

The Valencian Institute of Modern Art, known as IVAM, is an institution of reference in the world of modern and contemporary art. This museum, inaugurated in 1989, is located in the historic centre of Valencia and has been a key factor in the revitalisation of the Carmen district.

The IVAM houses a collection ranging from the historical European avant-garde to the present day, with works by iconic artists such as James Rosenquist, Robert Rauschenberg, Carmen Calvo and many more. The museum occupies an impressive building that combines historic architecture with modern design.

Valencia is an ideal destination for art lovers, with a wide range of museums and cultural venues offering unique experiences. Whether you're interested in renaissance painting, interactive science or contemporary art, Valencia has something for everyone. Don't forget to book your stay at the Hotel Conqueridor to make the most of your visit to this exciting city!

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