If you want to know deeply the city of Baeza, do not forget to visit the Museum of Baeza because it is an interpretation centre of the cultural and historic heritage of the city of Baeza.

Through its collection you will know the history of Baeza, from the Prehistory to the Modernity, thanks to different pieces as pots, sculptures, coats of arms, paintings, frescos, etc.

Placed on the Atarazanas building, the museum is on a privileged area inside the historical centre, close to the Populus Square and the wall walk.

Moreover, you should take into account its Renaissance style façade. On its façade, you will find a semi-circular arch erected upon jambs and flanked by two columns with Corinthian capitols and long grooved shafts on pedestals. It is also interesting to observe its entablature as there is a semi destroyed inscription where we can read that the University was dedicated to the Holy Trinity. Inside, only a semi barrel ashlar vault has been preserved.

The architectural importance of this building is given by its origins as house of the  nobility from the XV century, a property of an important family of the period.

Opening time

Winter: Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 to 14 and from 16 to 18.30, Sundays from 10 to 14. Summer: Tuesdays to Fridays from 10 to 14 and from 18 to 20, Saturdays from 10 to 13.30 and from 18 to 20 and Sundays from 10 to 13.30. It is closed on Mondays.


The entrance costs 2 euro per adult person and 1,60 euro is the reduced price (young and retired people and groups). Free entrance for children of 12 years accompanied by an adult.

Precio de la entrada

The entrance is 2 euros per person adult and 1.60 euros is the reduced price (youth, senior citizens and groups). Free entry for children under 12 years accompanied by an adult.