OTHER MUSEUMS: BI-BAT MUSEUM – FOURNIER CARDS, BI-BAT MUSEUM – ARCHAEOLOGY, NATURAL SCIENCE MUSEUM, FINE ARTS MUSEUM, MUSEUM OF ARMS AND MUSEUM OF SACRED ART.

Si te interesa profundizar en la historia de Vitoria-Gasteiz, desde Kalearte te acompañamos a visitar el museo que más te interese:

Fournier Playing Cards Museum:

It is considered the world’s most important museum of playing cards and it has a collection of more than 3,500 decks. Come and discover the secrets that these outstanding cards hold.

Museum of Archaeology:

With a visit through the history of Araba we will discover the most unique historical landmarks of the province, from prehistory to Roman times. An interactive museum that hides endless curiosities.

Natural Science Museum:

Located in the tower of Doña Otxanda, the guided tour of this museum will shows you its main collections, such as geology, botany and zoology.

Fine Arts Museum:

This guided tour brings together the history of the Zulueta Palace from the early 20th century and the fantastic collection that we find inside. Works of art by famous painters such as Díaz de Olano, Fernando de Amárica, Juan Ángel Sáez or Ignacio Zuluaga make this museum a wise choice to complement your experience in Vitoria-Gasteiz.

Museum of Arms of Alava:

This small museum was the old fronton (pelota court) of Ajuria Enea, the residence of the Lehendakari. The guided visit shows weapons from prehistoric times to the beginning of the 20th In addition, there is a detailed collection of the Battle of Vitoria in 1813 on the second floor. There you will find models or mock-ups narrating the victory of the allied troops, as well as personal objects of the distinguished generals who participated in the battle.

Museum of Sacred Art:

The guided tour will take us to visit the ambulatory of the Co-Cathedral of Vitoria-Gasteiz, María Inmaculada. Enjoy the masterpieces of the art history of Alava exhibited, among which we find the Treasure of Quejana, the Immaculate by Alonso Cano, the reliquary busts of Santa Úrsula and the 11,000 virgins, as well as works by El Greco, Ribera, Crayer etc.