Museu de la Història de València
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This is a good museum about the different periods of the history of the beautiful city of Valencia. The artifacts and objects on display were very nicely presented. There are loads of interactive things too which I think are great for kids too (it is also fun as an adult! :D) with videos, video…
The museum is located inside the first underground reservoir of drinking water in Valencia, which was built by Ildefonso Cerdá (who later designed the Eixample of Barcelona) and Leodegario Marchessaux. The reservoir was inaugurated in 1850 and was the first of its kind in Spain. Built entirely in…
Get to know all the civilizations that have settled in Valencia. Since the Roman funders, muslims, Catalan-Aragonese to modern Spanish. Metro Nou d'Octubre, walk 1h or ride a bike west along the park.
Valencia’s history museum is housed in the 19th-century cistern that used to supply the city with water, now an atmospheric labyrinth of pillars and arches. The displays tell the story of the city’s
A little out of the way but easy to get to and totally worth it. This is an incredible museum, created by the best of Valencian historians, taking an original approach.