Museo De Cadiz
The Museum of Cádiz was born in 1970, when the city’s Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeological Museum combined. Nowadays, the ground floor is home to the archaeological collection, which includes some important prehistoric pieces from Andalusia, while the artwork – including works by Rubens and the 17th-century Sevillano painter Bartolomé Murillo – is on the first floor. On the uppermost level you can see the famous ‘Tia Norica’ set of puppets that perform at Cádiz’s annnual carnival.
Plaza de Mina, s/n, Cádiz, Spain, +34 856105023