ARTIUM. Centro Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo
Telephone: 945 209000
Another telephone: 945 209020
Fax: 945 209049
Business hours: From Tuesday to Friday from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays from 10:30 am to 8:00 pm. Mondays and holidays closed. 25th December and 1st January closed.
ARTIUM’s own collection is one of the most important selection of contemporaneous Basque and Spanish art. Two thousand works make up this collection, produced by key artists from the twentieth century, from Picasso and Miró to Saura, Chillida and Oteiza, and well-known recent artists, such as Javier Pérez and Txomin Badiola, amongst others. An outstanding collection that allows visitors to make a significant tour through the history of art of the last hundred years www.artium.org // E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Museo 'Fournier' de Naipes
Palacio de Bendaña c/ Cuchillería, 54
Telephone: 945 181920
Fax: 945 181921
Business hours: Tuesday to Friday: from 10,00 to 14,00 hrs and from 16,00 to 18,30 hrs. Saturdays from 10,00 to 14,00 hrs. Sundays and public holidays:11,00-14,00. Closed Mondays. Guided visits by appointment.
It hosts a card collection accumulated by Félix Alfaro Fournier, considered as the most important one in the world. The Museum collection goes beyond twenty one thousand exemplars. Pieces from all over the world, rectangular, but also square and round open the windows to history, art, mythology, divination, music, eroticism. The Bendaña Palace is the chosen place for its seat. email@example.com
Museo Vasco de Gastronomía
Zubiko Etxea. Maestro Elorza, 11
Telephone: 94 4034940
Fax: 94 4034940
Business hours: Fridays and Saturdays: from 17,30 to 20,30 hrs. Sundays and public holidays: from 11,00 to 14,00 hrs. Visits by appointment: Thursdays and Fridays from 10,00 to 14,00 hrs.
The museum displays kitchens from different periods and of different styles, house kitchens and professional kitchens, the dining room of a restaurant where special mention is made of famous chefs, and the menus of restaurants from around the world. The rooms also display models of machines devised to improve food manufacturing. firstname.lastname@example.org
Museo de Kexaa-Quejana
Telephone: 945 399264
Business hours: Visits by appointment.
On exhibit is the history of the House of Ayala.
The Fine Arts Museum of Alava
The Fine Arts Museum of Alava is housed in the residence of the Count of Dávila constructed in 1912 by the architects Luque and Apraiz in the Renaissance "revival" style, with regard both to the architecture and its internal and external ornamentation. In 1962, the building and collections were declared a monument of historical and artistic interest. In 1965, the architect, Guinea, extended the building to the rear and this is joined to the original building a means of a covered passageway.
Paseo Fray Francisco, 8
Tuesday to Friday: 10 AM to 2 PM and 4 PM to 6:30 PM
Saturdays: 10 AM to 2 PM
Sundays and holidays: 11 AM to 2 PM
Guided visits: Must be booked in advance tel.: 945 18 19 18
Free of charge