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Museo Universidad de Navarra

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Museo Universidad de Navarra

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Campus Universitario, 31009 Pamplona Spain
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NOTE: you will NOT run with the bulls in this experience! That's only a cultural experience in Pamplona Old Town. (**This is NOT a Bullfighting and Bulls are NOT mistreat).<br><br>We will meet at 6:45am, and I will lead you to a balcony where you will be able to enjoy the Bull Run. <br><br>While we wait, you will be given all the information about this running, about what you are gonna see, and while waiting, you can have a coffee or tea, or just relax watching on TV the bullrun from the day before.<br><br>Once Bullrun is finished, you can enjoy the replay on TV in case you miss something, and after that our service will be finished. However, we also offer a City Tour at 8:30; so if you fancy you can contact us and get a discount booking both options.<br><br>We offer different locations to enjoy the bullrun, and through this booking you will have booked a balcony in our basic balcony, which can be upgraded.
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VeiledDancer wrote a review Jan 2020
Makati78 contributions10 helpful votes
A quick visit as the collection is not significant, but great to be exposed to modern artist from the area.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Judi L wrote a review Oct 2019
Denver, Colorado694 contributions207 helpful votes
The Museo Universidad de Navarra opened in 2015 and is a museum of abstract art. It is located on the University of Navarra campus. Featured artists include; Rothko, Picasso, and more. There is also a vast collection of photographic prints and negatives dating back to the 19th century. It is open from 10am-8pm Tuesday-Sunday. Closed on Monday. Cost is about $5.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jun 2019
Sydney, Australia19,892 contributions60,025 helpful votes
Museo Universidad de Navarra is an interesting museum which holds a contemporary art collection of rather beautiful works. The collection includes some well known artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Antoni Tàpies, Wassily Kandinsky, and Eduardo Chillida. There is also a good collection of photographs. Entry costs around €5, there is a reduced price for certain visitors and children go in free. There is a cafeteria too. A word of caution, the museum is closed on Mondays, as most museums are in Spain and much of Europe. Also there are reduced hours on Sundays and public holidays.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Hattie C wrote a review Sep 2018
Sydney, Australia361 contributions39 helpful votes
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Beautiful building, easy to park the car, very enjoyable to walk through each of the rooms. There is a detailed explanation available in several languages which helps a lot. The museum is spacious and clean with a lovely feel and good facilities. The lower floor was closed when we visited but there was plenty to keep us interested for about 1.5 hours. The museum contains artwork, sculpture and creative pieces. Also includes a Picasso piece. There is an on-site restaurant/cafe and museum shop.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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CMAS wrote a review Jan 2018
Pamplona, Spain38 contributions9 helpful votes
This is a small but very interesting Museum. Not only its content -contemporary art- but also the building itself. It contains an small but important collection of Contemporary Art (Rothko, Picasso, Tapies, Palazuelo, Chillida). The best part is the collection of Photography, though the collection is not shown completely. On top of that there are always very interesting temporary exhibitions. The architect of the building is Rafael Moneo, the only Spanish architect awarded with Pritzker award. He is originally from Navarra and for instance has built the Cathedral of Los Angeles in the USA. I very high recommendation to visit.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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