The Cathedral Museum was created in 1954 in the former house of the School of the Cathedral, presenting an interesting and varied collection of sacred art that includes painting, religious sculpture, clothing and liturgical ornaments.
Among its most outstanding pieces are the Arqueta de San Genadio, an extraordinary example of religious goldwork from the beginning of the 10th century, the Carrizo Romanesque chest which stands out for its twelfth-century polychrome pictorial decoration, an 11th century Fatimid Arabian esence tray, a magnificent “Lignum Crucis” with gold filigree and precious stones, the Chalice of Alonso Portillo, made in the fifteenth century, with excellent quality in filigree and enamels, the museum also houses a set of garments and liturgical ornaments with exceptional embroidery , silks, miters and episcopal sandals that go from the centuries XII to XVI.
Location & Contact
Plaza de la Catedral, s/n
987 615 820
● Open continuously from Monday to Saturday: 10:00 h to 20:30 h
Sundays: 13:00 h to 20:30 h
● Individual entrance 5 €. Group entrance (from 15 pax) 3`50 €
● The visit includes Cathedral Museum, Cloister and Cathedral