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I visited the museum on august 2018, I was travellig by myself. The people at the reception were all very kind, they provided me with informations about the building, its story, its previous collections and so on. It has 4 or 5 different areas, I...More
Date of experience: August 2018
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Museo_de_Zaragoza, Área de Difusión del Museo de Zaragoza. at Museo de Zaragoza, responded to this reviewResponded December 12, 2018
Where did you pay 5€? The ticket for Museo de Zaragoza is free (0€). Are you sure you are not talking about other Museum at Zaragoza?
The best thing is that it is free. It doesn’t take long to see everything so it’s good if you want to spend some time in a building when it is hot outside.
There are many pieces of ruins and reeeeally old objects, you can...More
A little bit away from the centre of the new town, but worth it as there are the only free works that you will find of Goya, plus many other works.
Sometimes part of the museum is closed as they change the displays, but you...More
Well laid out and focussed on archeological findings in the local area (which was quite interesting in itself) the Romans appeared to have left quite a legacy and all the artefacts were well documented and restored with a lot of care. As much as it...More
This museum is located next to a nice little park and close to one of the main avenues of Zaragoza, not far from Plaza de Espana. the first floor is mainly archeological, consisting of ruins from the Roman era as well as some mosaic pieces....More
This museum is free, so I was eager to take a look. The first galleries offer an overview of the history of Zaragoza, with art and other artifacts on display. This was my favorite part of the museum. There is also a display of artwork...More