The Valencia Museum of The Enlightenment and Modernity, known by its acronym MUVIM, comes highly recommended and is home to collections of medieval, Renaissance, Enlightenment and modern art.
Even if you don’t think yourself a museum or gallery enthusiast, you’re bound to find something, which stirs your curiosity at MUVIM. Housing wonderful permanent and temporary exhibitions, this museum succeeds in charming all walks of life.
Considered one of the best examples of contemporary architecture in Valencia, you’ll also find the museum’s design and environment alluring.
Nestled next to a park in Valencia’s beautiful city centre, with nearby pedestrian zones and the city’s most popular library, MUVIM consists of three distinct areas. The first is dedicated to Enlightenment art, with the second area housing temporary exhibitions. The third area is devoted to the library, research and administration.
TIP! Travelling as a family? MUVIM organises some great workshops for children from 6 to 12 years. Register for weekday workshops by phone on 96 388 37 49 or register at the information desk on site for weekend workshops.
A tour is available through history and the rise of art through the ages, incorporating enlightened thinking up to the forefront of science and architecture, with special interest in the media, printing, film and photography.
Tour reservations can be made in advance by calling 96 388 37 30.
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am - 2pm and 4pm - 8pm
Sundays and holidays: 10am - 8pm
Saturday and Sundays: free
Reservation is required for the main exhibition.
How to get there:
Address - Quevedo 10- Valencia 46001
From North Train Station: 5-minute walk. Walk down Calle Xativa, which changes name and becomes Guillem de Castro, turn right into Calle Quevedo just before Parque de la Cultura (Culture Park), and the entrance to MUVIM is on the left.
From the bus station: The fastest route is to catch bus number 79 stopping at Ramon and Cajal-Pintor Benedito (ID 1041). From here it takes around 6 minutes.
From Town Hall Square: 3-minute walk down Calle de la Sangre to Calle Quevedo.
Phone: 96 388 37 30
For more information see MUVIM’s website.