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Museo Goya - Colección Ibercaja.

Museo Goya - Colección Ibercaja.
Location
Espoz y Mina Street, 23

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Telephone
976 397 328
Fax
976 39 93 26
Opening hours

21 march-31 october:

Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 20 p.m.

Sundays and Holidays from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m.

1 november-20 march:

Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. and 16 p.m to 20 p.m.

Sundays and Holidays from 10 a.m. to 14.00 p.m.

Closed: 25 december, 1 and 6 january

Access to the museum until 30 minutes before closing (galleries are cleared beginning 15 minutes before closing)

Price

General admission 4 euros.

Family rate: 2 adults + 1 or 2 minors (aged 16–18) 10 euros.

Free Minors 16 aged and over 65 years, Ibercaja customers with identification. See the museum website for other rates.

Discounts with the Zaragoza Card

Free:Second Sunday of each month.

, 29 january San Valero, 5 march Cincomarzada, 23 april San Jorge and 18 may Museum Day.

Visit

Physical Accessibility:

  • Parking: in Plaza del Pilar, Law Courts and Puerta Cinegia Complex (Plaza de España)
  • Access: along a narrow pavement. Entrance adapted at ground floor level with automatic doors
  • Reception: height adapted desk
  • Hall: spacious areas for mobility
  • Mobility inside the building:
    • Spacious areas: YES, obstacle-free, anti-slip flooring
    • Adapted lift: YES, well-lit, handrails, height adapted buttons with numbers in Braille
    • Stairs: with banister and non-slip flooring
    • Vertical access: all 3 floors adapted, the 1st floor is accessed by a lift and the 2nd floor can be reached by an adapted ramp
    • Adapted toilets: YES, on all floors. Lateral transfer not possible
  • Others: 1st floor: 15th -18th century painting and sculpture. The room is painted in red with low lighting. The 2nd floor houses all the Goya engravings in 3 separate spaces; The Golden Room, Ambulatory and Engravings. The room has low lighting. The 3rd floor is painted in white (the Rationalist period) and contains the museum`s 19th and 20th century collections

This information is supplied by the Association for the Physically Handicapped of Aragón. Visit included in the Goya and Renaissance Guided Walks (Courtyard)

Chronology

siglo XVI

Style

Renaissance

Points of interest

Home to the Goya Museum Colección Ibercaja

Text

The Goya Museum-Ibercaja Collection was opened in 1979 in the former house of Jerónimo Cósida – one of the most beautiful examples of Renaissance civil architecture in Zaragoza. It is among the most important collections of Goya’s work in Aragón. The pieces on display in the permanent collection range from the 15th century to the 1970s. The first floor contains paintings and sculptures from the 15th to the 18th centuries. The second floor is dedicated exclusively to the great Aragonese painter: The GOYA GALLERY offers paintings by Goya and some of the most important painters of his age. The ENGRAVINGS GALLERY displays the complete series produced by Goya between 1778 and 1825. The third floor presents Goya’s legacy, pieces that represent the impact of the painter’s work on Spanish and Aragonese artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.

There are also guided tours, temporary exhibitions and an extensive programme of cultural and educational activities.

The building which houses the Goya Museum originally belonged to Jerónimo Cósida, a member of the lesser nobility. It was built between 1535 and 1536 by Morisco master house building Juan de Lanuza. Highlights include the square courtyard with banded columns crowned by lovely capitals. It is decorated with grotesques and plaster medallions on the sills, with a varied iconographic programme related to the family of the Roman emperor Augustus. 

Link

web del museo http://www.museo.ibercaja.es

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