The beautiful 17th-century late Renaissance Argillo Palace in the heart of the old town houses this museum of Pablo ... More
Museo Pablo Gargallo
The beautiful 17th-century late Renaissance Argillo Palace in the heart of the old town houses this museum of Pablo Gargallo's sculpture. The famous Aragonese artist was one of the most important figures in the early 20th-century European avant-garde movement and he was heavily influenced by Rodin and Picasso. His work broke new ground in its representation of form. One of the rooms in the museum is currently used for temporary exhibitions. Admission is free. Currently closed for renovations.
This is one of the most important cultural repositories in the Santander region. The city council commissioned the building especially
to house the literary collection of Marcelino Menendez Pelayo (1856 1912) after his death. It was declared a national ...
The Museo Arqueológico contains thousands of pre historic artifacts and remains from ancient civilizations based in Italy, Greece, Cyprus, and
Egypt. One of the highlights is the museum's reproduction of the Altamira caves in northern Spain with their fascinating ...
In 1964, this museum was set up in the former home of Benito Perez Galdós as a tribute to the
most famous and internationally renowned Canary Island literary figure. It's a faithful example of a 19th century middle class ...