Museo Pablo Gargallo (Palacio de los Condes de Argillo)

Museo Pablo Gargallo (Palacio de los Condes de Argillo)
Plaza de San Felipe, 3

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976 72 49 23
Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday: 10.00 to 14.00 - 17.00 to 21.00.

Sunday and Holidays: 10.00 to 14.30. Monday: closed.

Closed on Mondays

No entry 30 minutes before closing

Gargallo on the internet Virtual Visit


Single admission: 4 Euros

Young persons card, students and large families: 3 Euros

Groups of 15 or more with prior bookings 2 weeks in advance: 3 Euros

Educational cycles with prior bookings 2 weeks in advance: 1 Euros

Over 65s, unemployed and under 8s: Free

Accesible Accessible

Parking: YES, in Plaza del Pilar, Law Courts and Puerta Cinegia Complex

Access: On the ground floor. Open doors and cobblestone/marble flooring

Mobility inside the building:

  • · Information service: Height adapted
  • Spacious areas: YES. Parquet flooring, well-lit
  • Adapted lift: YES. Button panel in Braille, handrails, mirror. Sound device without visual communication
  • · Adapted Toilets:On ground floor. Toilet has adjustable handrails. Little space for lateral transfer (60cm). Sink without pedestal and mirror. Sliding door without lock on the inside.
  • Information boards : present in most installations
  • Others: : Staircase available with lighting on the steps and banister (No chromatic contrast). A number of rooms used to show documentaries with subtitles and sign language

This information is supplied by the Association for the Physically Handicapped of Aragón


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Cultural Heritage Monument (BIC)Document in pdf format


This monographic exhibition of the work of the Aragonese sculptor Pablo Gargallo contains sculptures, drawings, engravings and the moulds used to shape some of his sculptures together with a Documentation Archive on both the artist himself and contemporary sculpture. It is housed in Argillo Palace, named after its 19th century owners, and which is a valuable example of the evolution of civil architecture in the 17th century. It was declared a National Monument in 1943.

It is also known as the Casa (Palace) de Francisco Saénz de Cortés.

Removal of architectonic barriers: It is 95% accessible given that it is not possible to access the Drawings Room and there is a small step at the entrance. The rest of the museum is adapted.

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