This is an eclectic-style building, inaugurated in 1910, which has two well-defined spaces: the Cerdán Pavilion, dedicated to the collections that are permanently exhibited, and the Contrast Pavilion, dedicated to the museum's temporary exhibitions, archive, and library.
Inside the museum, you can find a lodge and a total of eight rooms that are distributed among its three floors, where works of art belonging to the period between the 16th and 20th centuries are exhibited.
This imposing museum houses works by impressive Spanish artists such as Murillo and Antonio Campillo. It is also possible to appreciate in its exhibitions the Italian influences of the Renaissance or traditional colours.
Museums in Murcia
What to see in Murcia