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Fine Arts Museum

The Museum of Fine Arts houses an impressive collection encompassing both Valencian and international works.

Works by respected Valencian painters such as Joan de Joanes, Francisco Ribalta, Espinosa, Vicente López, Sorolla, and Pinazo are featured, alongside artists of international fame such as Pintoricchio, Andrea del Sarto, Van Dyck, Murillo, Velázquez, El Greco and Goya.

TIP! Be sure to make a stop at the gallery’s coffee shop, which looks over a lush interior courtyard garden, flanked by beautiful arches.

To really make the most of your day you can compliment your visit with a stroll through the Viveros Royal Gardens, right next door.

Opening Hours:

Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 8pm.  
Closed Mondays, Good Friday and Christmas Day.

(Viveros Royal Gardens are open from 7.30am to 8.30pm weekdays from November to March and 7.30am to 9.30pm weekends, public holidays and all through the warmer months from April to October.)

Price: Free.

How to get to get there:

Address:  Calle St Pius V, 9, 46010.

On foot: Walk east from Plaza de la Reina or the Cathedral to the riverbed. Cross the river at Trinity Bridge and the Museum of Fine Arts is directly in front of you. see the building of the museum.

By metro: Blue line # 4 to Pont de la Fusta, then walk 350 meters.

By bus: 1, 5b, 6, 11, 16, 26, 28, 29, 36, 79, 95, N10 and the tourist bus. Timetable information found at bus stops.

From North Train Station: Take the metro from the station.

From bus station: Walk east along the riverbed for approximately 20 minutes.


Guided tours available for permanent exhibition room and the Sorolla. Bookings required in advance (minimum number of people required).

Library, bookshop and coffee shop.

Workshops available for the disabled.

Ph: 96 387 03 00