As so many other people have testified, this is a beautifully light and well maintained museum of Gargallo's work, exhibited on four floors and definitely worth a visit. The Spanish take so much care with their museums, very often housing them in interesting or historical buildings and this is no exception. The building itself can be appreciated, even if there... 更多
The Pablo Gargallo Museum is wonderful. A lovely collection of work, displayed in the most intelligent and informative way. If you don't know Gargallo, you will discover something new and fascinating, and if you DO know his work, you will be thrilled by what there is to see here, and how it is presented. A must.
Interesting palace with modern scalptures from Pablo Gargallo, I didnt understand art that much, but this was really interestin for me.
The Museo Pablo Gargallo is a terrific museum, perfect for any rainy day where you can easily kill 1-2 hours. Value is terrific - with tickets at about 3EUR. The museum is a couple of levels and walks you through many types of art from Zaragoza, including paintwork through to sculpturing. Staff were also really friendly and could speak reasonably... 更多
A fabulous representation of the History of Zaragoza. Only 3 Euros, but maybe we got a special rate because we looked poor. it was mostly in Spanish but we still learned a lot about religious figures we'd heard about but knew no detail. Apparently Zaragoza had been quite a centre of the Middle Ages World - Aragon. Highly recommended place... 更多
Tucked away in a small plaza not far from the city's main cathedral, this museum is well worth a visit. The building itself is a converted old building which probably was the home of a wealthy noble or merchant family - a large inner courtyard (now roofed over in glass) serves as the center for winding staircases and gallery rooms... 更多
Pablo Gargallo was a sculptor and the museum is filled with beautiful sculptures made by him and by other sculptors. The patio of the museum and the architecture are also particularly beautiful and relaxing. It's a nice museum to visit, see the roman wall ruins nearby, climb up the tower at the tourist information site near the old roman wall... 更多
The bronze statuses displayed here are interesting and quite different. There are informative videos and plaques describing the processing of making the statues. The visioning and assembly involved in some of the more imaginative, complex pieces is particularly interesting. Worth a couple of hours for those interested in art and creativity.