Pablo Gargallo Museum


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Pablo Gargallo Museum

A monographic museum dedicated to the work of the Aragonese sculptor Pablo Gargallo. Installed in the Argillo Palace, it is a valuable example of the evolution of civilian architecture in Zaragoza in the 17th century. It was declared a national monument in 1943.

Do & See

Throughout the year, Zaragoza is a hive of cultural activity, hosting festivals such as Asalto, International Urban Art, and Trayectos (contemporary dance). The most important celebration occurs every October, when the city hosts Las Fiestas del Pilar - over 500 cultural and recreational events welcome participants from near and far. The Semana Santa (holy Week) of Zaragoza has more than 700 years of history and was declared of international tourist interest. At any time of the year, visitors can enjoy interesting cultural and architectural sites, as well as leisure activities.