Museums in Asturias
Among the charms of the capital of the Principality of Asturias are its history, art, cuisine, fiestas, and arts and crafts.
Come discover the Aquarium of Gijón, home to 500 species of marine fauna and flora from Asturias and around the world.
The Fernando Alonso Museum commemorates Fernando Alonso’s career as a F1 champion, the ideal destination for those in need of speed.
Designed by the Brazilian modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer in 2010, the Neimeyer Centre offers a unique artistic and cultural hub of international calibre right in Asturias.
Located between Colunga and Lastres, come explore the age of the dinosaurs at the Jurassic Museum of Asturias (MUJA).
A unique mix of nature and tourist attractions make Asturias a truly fun destination for family holidays.
Inaugurado en 1994, este espectacular museo permite indagar sobre el origen y la evolución de la minería asturiana, así como descender al interior de una mina.
A raised granary or hórreo, as they are called in Asturias, is one of the most characteristic architectural and cultural features of the region’s countryside.
The Museum of the Asturian People is just one of many places of cultural interest that you can find in Gijón.