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The Alma Mater Museum is located inside a unique palace which has been witness of two thousand years of History where historical characters were accommodated, such as Alphonse I the Battler, the Catholic Monarchs and Pope Luna, and where General...more
Right of the plaza in front of El Seo Cathedral there is an entryway into a courtyard with the Alma Mater museum unobtrusively located in the back corner. It's very easy to walk right by, which is probably one of the reasons it has comparatively...More
We thoroughly enjoyed visiting this museum. It is laid out beautifully and everything is presented very well. We arrived an hour before closing, so we were a bit rushed. If you enjoy history and historical art, you’ll want to visit this museum.
I'm not a huge fan of old religious art and artifacts like stuff that priests or bishops used and wore, but this museum also contains a lot of the history of Zaragoza, especially during the French invasion of Spain ing Napoleon's time. The other great...More
This museum was put together very nicely. Some on the displays were in both Spanish and English. Others were in Spanish only. Great use for this historical building. Entrance fee was very reasonable. Photos are allowed without a flash.
This museum started out strong, and from then on it was fine but nothing special. Perhaps it would have helped if I did a guided tour, because things are sporadically labeled and at times can be a little difficult to follow. The museum was also...More
Located close to the cathedral, it offers a collection of religious dresses of the virgin, and also a collection of historic pieces from the region, combined with information about Spain's history. The entrance fee is unexpensive, I think it was like 3 €.
The staff bent over backwards to help two disabled travelers. The museum has outstanding video presentations with wonderful music and multiple projectors. Also the treasures are many and spectacular. Really worth a visit.