Museum of Fine Arts
The city’s lively and long-standing arts scene was active before young Pablo Picasso studied art in A Coruña. The full history of the city's cultural past is laid out at the Museum of Fine Arts, a bright and spacious modern museum built into an abandoned 18th-century Capuchin convent. The museum holds works by Goya, Sorolla and Rubens alongside pieces by Galician painters and artists. It also features a gallery devoted to Sargadelos, a Galician company producing china and other ceramics for over 200 years.
By Ann Shields, AFAR Staff
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Rúa Zalaeta, 2, 15002 A Coruña, Spain
+34 881 88 17 00
Sat, Sun 10am - 2pm
Tue - Fri 10am - 8pm
Sat 4:30pm - 8pm