Art and culture through the museums of Extremadura
Personalities such as Father Bartolomé de las Casas or writers such as Pablo Neruda were crucial to the creation of a mixed culture
Convento de la Coria, Santa María, S/N Trujillo, Cáceres
The pieces at this museum are donations from other parishes in the city and from other churches in the province
Plaza de Santa María Cáceres, Cáceres
One of the attractions of this museum is that, not only can you journey through the archaeological past of this Extremadura city but you can also discover the work of contemporary artists, such as Picasso, Miró and Tàpies. Even discover an underground cistern.
Plaza de las Veletas, 1 Cáceres, Cáceres
The building that houses this museum of customs is a manor house that belonged to the Count of Campos de Orellana
Plaza del Museo s/n Don Benito, Badajoz
The ethnographic museum is located next to the Tourist Office.
Plaza de Gregorio Bravo, s/n Valencia de Alcántara, Cáceres
At the Serradilla Ethnographic Museum you can visit a realistic and traditional space dedicated to the past lifestyle and the culture of the town.
Calle Cuatro Lobos, 4 Serradilla, Cáceres
Calle Muñoz Crespo, 19 Azuaga, Badajoz
Its collection has made this museum one of the most important of its kind.
Mérida Open Museum, Calle Cabo Verde, s/n Mérida, Badajoz
The foundation stone of Olivenza Castle may also be found in this space devoted to traditions and archaeology
Plaza de Santa María, s/n. Olivenza, Badajoz
The Fine Arts Museum houses works by regional artists, and also by national artists, such as Goya and Picasso.
Calle Duque de San Germán, 3 Badajoz, Badajoz