The rebuilt chalet of the distinguished Valencian writer, Vicente Blasco Ibanez, nestled in the incomparable setting of the Malvarrosa beach, and converted today into House-Museum, houses his memories, personal objects, and literary works, having been decisive for the existence of this museum the legacy of Mrs. Libertad Blasco-Ibáñez Blasco and Mr. Fernando Llorca Díe, which constitutes the main museum collection of the same.

It consists of three floors (Assembly Hall, Museum and Research Center) and a large garden, which makes the visit even more attractive, for the sensation of placidity and beauty it transmits.

The ground floor, or Room I, is primarily dedicated to the Assembly Hall, where conferences, round tables, film screenings and temporary exhibitions will take place. On the first floor or Room II is installed the Museum, proper, since it contains the portraits and sculptures of Blasco Ibáñez, his wife Doña María Blasco, as well as his children and other very close relatives. Furniture, valuable porcelain, miniatures, collections of prints, documents, photographs, objects as endearing (among many others) as toiletries, party handbags and palmitos of Blasco’s wife and daughter. Memories of the many trips made by the tireless traveler Blasco Ibáñez to almost all countries of the world, still to places unfrequented by exotic and even dangerous for visitors.

There is a space dedicated to furniture from the newspaper's  editorial officeThe Pueblo

, as well as another to everything that has been connected with Argentina, a nation that made such an impression on the writer, including his work Argentina and its greatness. Among the artists represented in this room are, José Benlliure, Juan Antonio Benlliure, Ramón Stolz, Ricardo Verde, Cuñat, Segrelles or Antonio Ballester "Tonico". The second floor or Room III is dedicated to the Research Center, with documents related to the life of Blasco Ibáñez, manuscripts and, above all, to the numerous editions of his works (many of them first editions), translated into almost all languages. It is also worth mentioning the works of Mr. Fernando Llorca Díe, former director of the Prometeo publishing house. In the Book Section there are works by authors who influenced Blasco, his own, as we have already said, and edited by him, and others resulting from the influence that the writer exerted on various writers. It is a Center addressed, in a special way,  to scholars of the life and work of the great Vicente Blasco Ibáñez.

Dades bàsiques


- Tuesday to Saturday: from 10 am to 2 pm. and from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Sundays and public holidays: from 10 am to 2 pm.
- Monday: CLOSED.
Closed: January 1st and 6th, May 1st and December 25th.


Single ticket: € 2 / Sundays and holidays: Free

Reduced rate. Price: 1 euro.
- Groups (> 10 people).
- Students of formal training.
- People over 65 and pensioners.
- Members of large and single-parent families.
- Carnet Jove holders or similar issued by authorised Spanish or European institutions.

The visit will be free on May 18 (International Museum Day)
They will also enjoy the free rate:
- Under sixteen years of age.
- School groups with their teacher.
- People legally unemployed.
- Duly accredited teaching staff.
- Professionals from the following entities, with accreditation:
- Academy of Fine Arts and Sciences
- Association of Cultural Managers
- Association of Art Critics
- Official guides with accreditation issued by the Ministry of Tourism.
- People with disabilities, duly accredited, as well as the person accompanying them, provided that this is essential for them to make their visit.
- People at risk of social exclusion who can prove it.
- Valencia Card, Valencia Cruise Card and Discount Card holders.


Isabel de Villena Street, 159
46011 Valencia
Telephone: 962 082 586

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Bus: 19, 31, 32, 92, 93, 98 and N1

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