Museums in Almeria
Diego Bonillo Estudio de Pintura - Calle Ubeda, 8, 04600 Huercal-Overa, Almeria.
Cueva Museo - El Vergel, 1, 04610 Cuevas del Almanzora, Almeria
Tel: 0034 950 61 84 24
The Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Antonio Manuel Campoy has a permanent exhibition dedicated to Don Quijote de la Mancha. Works by Picasso Miró and many other Spanish artists are included in the large selection of watercolours, oils, sketches and engravings.
Castillo de Cuevas del Almanzora, Plaza de la Libertad.
Tel. 950 458 063. Open Monday to Friday 10.00 to 13.00 and 17.00 to 20.00.
Museo Pedro Gilabert - Plaza Pedro Gilabert, 3, 04660 Arboleas, Almería
The permanent collection consists of 142 sculptures, acquired by the City Council from the author, carveThe permanent collection consists of 142 sculptures, acquired by the City Council from the author, carved in olive wood by the artist. These wood carvings are about religious, sexual, adventurous themes ...
Museo Poeta Álvarez de Sotomayor - Calle la Rambla, 1, 04610 Cuevas del Almanzora, Almeria.
El Museo Histórico de Terque - Calle Real, 19. 4569 - Terque, Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 643 300
It is located in one of the many houses of bourgeois architecture of the late nineteenth century, owned by the City of Terque. It is dedicated to the conservation, research and dissemination of the ethnographic heritage of Terque, and of the province of Almería in general. Through its rooms, distributed on two floors, you can take a tour of the crafts, domestic environments and religious, social and political events in the history of Terque and its region. The best collection of ethnography in Almería is gathered in its rooms and stores: grocery store, tobacconist, kitchen, pantry, bedroom, bakery, school ...
Museo comarcal velezano Miguel Guirao - Carrera del Carmen, 29. 4820 - Velez-Rubio, Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 412560
The museum, founded in 1988 by D. Miguel Guirao Pérez and his family, houses the family collection. It has several themes, one devoted to the ethnography of the region, another to archeology and finally an interpreting center dedicated to art.
Museo Provincial de la Uva del Barco - Calle Real n° 17. 04569 - Terque, Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 643 300
The Provincial Museum of the Uva del Barco is dedicated to the conservation of the identity features of the parral culture of the province of Almeria, and its objective is to reconstruct the social and economic history of Almeria and its province, which lived for two centuries, along with mining, the cultivation and marketing of table grapes, the so-called Uva del Barco.
Museo Casa Ibáñez - Calle Museo, 7. 4860 - Olula del Río, Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 441 027
The Casa Ibáñez Museum is one of the largest collections of Contemporary Art in Andalusia. The museum currently shows more than 1200 inventoried works, more than 95% of them contributed by Andrés García Ibáñez to the Foundation. The scope of this collection is Modern and Contemporary Spanish Art.
Centro De Arte Museo de Almeria - Plaza de Carlos Cano, s/n. 04006, Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 26 61 12
Throughout the year, the Art Center Museum of Almeria (CAMA) organizes temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists, although on occasions it also houses the works of great figures of the history of art.
Alcazaba de Almeria - Calle Almanzor, s/n. 04002 - Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 801 008
Centro Andaluz de la Fotografía - Calle Pintor Diaz Molina, 9, 04002 Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 18 63 60
The Andalusian Centre of Photography, which belongs to the Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía (Andalusian Department of Culture), was founded in 1992 as the heir to the photographic funds of the Imagina project as well as to continue promoting and diseminating photography both national and internationally.
Museo de Almeria - Carretera de Ronda, 91. 04005 - Almeria.
Tel: 0034 950 100 409
The Museum of Almeria contains important and varied archaeological finds, mostly from various sites in the province of Almeria. Chronologically they cover from the first settlers, (the oldest deposit of the province of which remain remains of human occupation dates from the Middle Paleolithic, Cueva de Zájara), to the present.