Museums in Galicia
While you are thinking of things to do in Galicia, consider visitng one of the many musuems or galleries there are from covering its pre-historc history to its art galleries or gastronomic riches.
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The Sea Museum is superbly located next to the sea with commanding views of the Ria de Vigo. It's a sensitive conversion of a former historic, factory building used for p
Rectoral de Gundivós, in the heart of Ribeira Sacra, was built as a stately mansion in the 18th century. Today it has been converted to host a genuine pottery studio dev
A visit to the Galician Centre for Contemporary Art (CGAC) is a chance to not only view an impressive collection of work from both local and international artists, but al
Pontevedra Museum (Museo de Pontevedra) is a public institution,a free service it gives to society and its development. Its mission and form, to conserve, to investigate,
The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is undoubedly one of the greatest cathedrals in the world! This is because of its majestic size,design,history and setting.......
La Casa de las Ciencias (House of Science) was the first recognised interactive,public museum in Spain. El palacete del parque Santa Margarita has a planetarium and three
The tourist and fishing town of Baiona, is located in the south west of Galicia, surrounded by a bay that takes its same name, its north and west limits are the Atlantic
The Tower of Hercules is a UNESCO world heritage site being the only Roman lighthouse in the world which, since its origins up to the present, has been performing its or
Casa Museo A Mangallona comprises of a traditional restored building typical for its period with an historic annex known as "Pedra Moura".............
Monte Santa Tecla Museum is superbly located on a hill overlooking the town of La Guardia with commanding views of the mouth of the River Mino,the open Atlantic Ocean and