Art Nouveau and Art Decò Museum

 

in short

The Museum of Art Nouveau and Art Déco of Salamanca has 19 collections of decorative arts from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, consisting of about 2,500 pieces.
La Casa Lis built by architect D. Joaquìn Vargas y Aguirre / Night view
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Art Nouveau and Art Decò Museum

in detail

The Museum of Art Nouveau and Art Déco of Salamanca has 19 collections of decorative arts from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, consisting of about 2,500 pieces of excellent quality and in perfect condition.

All parts of the museum are a donation of antique D. Manuel Ramos Andrade. Besides have been added acquisitions by the Museum.
The Casa Lis
The Casa Lis, a building which exhibits collections of the Foundation Manuel Ramos Andrade, is originally a private mansion built in the early twentieth century, at the initiative of D. Miguel de Lis, by architect D. Joaquin Vargas.

Throughout the century, had several owners and uses until the project was born of its transformation into a museum, in the 90s, with collections of antique D. Manuel Ramos Andrade.
Admission
4,00 / 2,00 (students and seniors) / 1,00 (unemployed) EUR. Group ticket: 2,00 EUR / person. Free admission: Thursday from 11 to 2pm, for children under 14 and disabled.
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Visitor entrance

The Casa Lis
El Expolio, 14
37008 Salamanca
Spain
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Opening Times

Sun
11:00 - 21:00
Mon
-
Tue
11:00 - 21:00
Wed
11:00 - 21:00
Thu
11:00 - 21:00
Fri
11:00 - 21:00
Sat
11:00 - 21:00
Tue - Fri closes during lunchbreak from 2 to 5 pm.

Winter (Oct. 17th to March 31st): Tue - Fri from 11 to 7 pm (closing from 2 to 4 pm). Sat and Sun from 11 to 8 pm.

Summer (April 1st to Oct. 16th): Tues - Fri from 11 to 9 pm (closing from 2 to 5 pm). Sat and Sun from 11 to 9 pm.

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