In part 1 you have already read about different museums in Valencia. Because there is much more to see in the city, I will give you more tips for museums in this blog. Enjoy reading!
- Jardí Botànic de Valencia
The Botanical Gardens of Valencia are a few minutes’ walk from Torres de Quart. There are no fewer than 4,500 different special plants and flowers to admire! Would you like to visit the Botanical Gardens? Take a look at the website for more information! http://www.jardibotanic.org/
- Museo de Bellas Artes
A lot of different works of art can be admired in this museum. There are also paintings by a number of Valencian artists. An additional advantage is that this museum is free to visit and is even open on Monday afternoon! For the current exhibitions in the Museo de Bellas Artes you can take a look at the website: http://www.museobellasartesvalencia.gva.es/va/
- Museo del Patriarca
This museum used to be a Roman Catholic training institute, where priests were trained. In the museum you can admire works by, among others, Spanish, Dutch and Belgian artists. Different tickets are available, you can choose whether you only want to visit the museum, or also a tour with access to the church, chapel and monastery. https://patriarcavalencia.es/
- Museo Casa de las Rocas
This museum is located right in the center of Valencia, next to Torres de Serranos. You can visit the Museo Casa de las Rocas for free. You will see, among other things, eleven wooden hand-made carts of 400 years old.
- Museo of Natural Sciences
Museo of Natural Sciences is located in the Jardin del Real park. Various fossils and skeletons, such as those of dinosaurs, are exhibited in this museum. Finds of various archaeologists from Valencia can also be admired in this museum. The opening hours of this museum are from 10:00 to 19:00 on Tuesdays to Saturdays and from 10:00 to 14:00 on Sundays and public holidays.