MUSEUMof the ALHAMBRA
Carlos V Palace
Tuesday to Saturday, except holidays, from 9 to 14h. Free access to Spanish and other European Union citizens accredited. Other countries: 1,50 euros.
The Museum of the Alhambra is located on the south side of the ground floor of the Palace of Charles V (Palacio de Carlos V). It has seven halls, the first hall houses thematic exhibitions and the other halls are located in chronological order.
It was created in 1870 to guard the numerous archaeological testimonies collected by the Provincial Commission of Monuments. In 1994 he was assigned to the Council of the Alhambra and Generalife.
Located on the north facade of the Carlos V Palace, viewing panels, materials, models and audiovisual contributing to understand and see the Alhambra.
Carlos V Palace
- Monday: closed.
- Tuesday: from 14,30 to 20,30 hours.
- Wednesday to Saturday: from 9,00 to 20,30 hours.
- Sundays: from 9,00 to 14,30 hours.
Free admission for Spanish and other European Union citizens accredited. Other countries: 1,50 euros.
The Fine Arts Museum occupies the top floor of the Palace. Its funds are Grenadines sculptures and paintings from the fifteenth to the twentieth century. Among the most significant include Limoges enamel, the Burial of Christ, the work of James Florentino, the thistle Still Fray Juan Sanchez Cotan and masterpieces of Baroque, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and painting grenadine of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, most notably Manuel Angeles Ortiz, whom the museum has an important collection of works of his series of "Albyzín" and "Ride of the cypresses."