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Zaragoza is art, both ancient and contemporary, and this is reflected in the many museums, galleries and exhibitions that are scattered throughout the city. If you visit the city, here is a list of the most impressive museums in Zaragoza that you should see if you are interested in art (or even if you are not, we assure you that you will love them just the same).

Museums in Zaragoza you can’t miss

Vestiges of the city’s Roman past, the best Spanish painters, Aragonese traditions, wonders from Japan… Zaragoza has everything to leave you spechless.

1. Goya Museum

Location: C. de Espoz y Mina, 23, Casco Antiguo, 50003 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 3 minutes walk

The Goya Museum, also known as Camón Aznar, is one of the most important museums in Zaragoza, in honor of our most international painter, Francisco de Goya y Lucientes.
Here you can enjoy Goya’s paintings and engravings, his self-portraits, the series of Los Caprichos, Los Desastres de la Guerra, his Pinturas Negras… All of this in a beautiful building built in 1535 that creates an unbeatable atmosphere to witness the great work of one of the best (if not the best) Spanish painters of all times.

2. Museum of Tapestries of the Seo

Location: Pl. de la Seo, 4, Casco Antiguo, 50001 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 6 minutes walk

The Cathedral of the Savior (better known as La Seo), houses one of the best exhibitions of tapestries in the world. A collection of the Flemish school from the 15th to 17th centuries with more than 60 tapestries donated by kings, archbishops and other members of the aristocracy of the time that make up a jewel of Spanish heritage for its antiquity, quality and beauty.
These tapestries not only had a decorative function, but also served as didactic and informative material, and were read from top to bottom and from left to right, as if it were a text. A really beautiful place that is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful museums in Zaragoza.

3. Museum of the Lanterns and the Crystal Rosary

Location: Pl. de San Pedro Nolasco, s/n, Old Town, 50001 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 7 minutes walk

The Museum of the Lanterns and the Crystal Rosary is located inside the Church of the Sacred Heart. Here you can see more than 200 lanterns and 15 imposing glass floats that every October 13 go through the streets of Zaragoza in the traditional procession of the Crystal Rosary, in commemoration of the Fiestas del Pilar.
Monumental floats belonging to the so-called Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious Mysteries that amaze both devotees and non-devotees with their majesty.

4. Museum of the Roman Theater

Location: C. de San Jorge, 12, Casco Antiguo, 50001 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 7 minutes walk

It is well known that Zaragoza, once called Caesaraugusta, is one of the Spanish cities with the largest and best preserved Roman past in existence. And among the most fascinating places in the city to witness it, we find the Museum of the Roman Theater, whose amphitheater was built in the first century and you can visit in the historic center of the city, feeling like a Roman of the time. Undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Zaragoza.

5. Museum of the Forum of Caesaraugusta

Location: Pl. de la Seo, 2, Casco Antiguo, 50001 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 5 minutes walk

Another major point of interest of Zaragoza’s Roman past is the Caesaraugusta Forum Museum, a reference point and center of the civil, economic and religious life of the city. Here you can see archaeological remains, ruined walls, subway tunnels and water channeling systems that existed in ancient times in the city. Also, be sure to visit the remains of the Roman wall located next to the Central Market of Zaragoza.

6. Pablo Gargallo Museum

Location: Pl. de S. Felipe, 3, Casco Antiguo, 50003 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 3 minutes walk

Another museum in Zaragoza for art lovers is the one dedicated to the Aragonese sculptor Pablo Gargallo, a modernist artist specialized in metallic materials such as copper, iron, lead or brass, and whose prestigious work has brought him worldwide fame. Permanent collections, audiovisual rooms and many other places of interest in this art gallery in Zaragoza where you can enjoy this great Aragonese creator.

7. Museum Alma Mater

Location: Pl. de la Seo, 5, Casco Antiguo, 50001 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 6 minutes walk

The Alma Mater Museum of Zaragoza is located in the oldest part of the archbishop’s palace. In it, you can contemplate Romanesque, Gothic, Mudejar and even Renaissance rooms, travel through the history of the city through sculptures, paintings and other artistic pieces and marvel at several portraits of Goya created especially for these rooms.

8. Origami Museum

Location: Pl. de San Agustín, 2, Casco Antiguo, 50002 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 12 minutes walk

The term origami refers to an ancient Japanese origami technique. Zaragoza has the honor of housing the only Origami Museum in Europe and one of the few in the world. It is full of truly surprising and captivating figures, shapes and representations. It is a museum unlike any other you have ever seen in your life. It is well worth a visit, and is perfect for both adults and children.

9. Fire Museum

Location: C. de Santiago Ramón y Cajal, 32, Casco Antiguo, 50004 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 10 minutes walk

The Museum of Fire and Firefighters is ideal for the little ones. Opened in 2012, it is located in what used to be an old 17th century convent and is currently one of the city’s fire stations. In this museum in Zaragoza, firefighters will show you models, costumes, simulations and many other interactive aspects related to fire, its devastating power and ways to protect yourself from it. A great place to enjoy with the family.

10. Pablo Serrano Museum

Location: P.º de María Agustín, 20, Casco Antiguo, 50004 Zaragoza
Distance to Megalockers: 18 minutes walk

The Pablo Serrano Museum, the name by which the Aragonese Institute of Contemporary Art and Culture (IAACC) is known, is a museum in Zaragoza dedicated to modern art that has as its main focus the work of the Aragonese sculptor Pablo Serrano. Depending on when you make your visit, you will have very different exhibitions and collections to attend, so we recommend that you look at their website to know the existing ones at all times and know if they are of interest to you.

As you can see, Zaragoza breathes art on all four sides. And as you have seen, most of these places are located in the historic center of the city, just a step away from our luggage lockers in Zaragoza center. So, do not think twice, store your luggage in our intelligent and video surveillance lockers and enjoy your favorite museum in our beautiful city.