Cádiz City Museums

Museums in Cadiz City

There are half a dozen museums in Cadiz city. Cadiz Museum incorporates both the Fine Arts & Archaeology museums. Also of interest are the municipal historical museum, the Cathedral Museum, Puppet Museum, Lithographic museum, the Museum of the Cortes or Constitution and Casa Pinillos a cultural space for temporary exhibitions.

The archaeology museum on the ground floor is worth a look. Some excellent glassware and jewellery are highlights and there is a good collection of amphorae as you'd expect from an historic port… More →

Museo Historico Municipal de Cádiz boasts a 19th century mural depicting the establishment of the Constitution of 1812. The real showpiece is a fascinating mahogany and ivory model of the city… More →

The Lithographic Museum has its origin in the old German Lithography of Cádiz, installed in 1861 and which functioned as a printing press until the end of the twentieth century. It is one of the… More →

New Headquarters, attached to the Museum of Cádiz, rehabilitated by the Ministry of Culture. The adaptation of this property and its incorporation into the Museum means a new and modern space for… More →

The Museum of the Cortes of Cádiz was born as a reference point for the initiatives carried out in the city to celebrate the first centenary of the Constitution of 1812, the first in the history… More →

The Cathedral Museum is situated in the old Casa de la Contaduría (Patio de los Condes), located on the cavea of the ancient Roman Amphitheater in Cádiz. In reality it is a group of buildings… More →

The Museum is a space whose main objective is to exhibit, document and preserve the memory of the activity of puppeteers, companies, artisans and creators, both Spanish and from the rest of the… More →


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