The The Municipal Historical Museum is located in the part of the Town Hall House in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento that corresponds to the old Casa de Enseñanza, founded by Archbishop Majoral in the eighteenth century, and in the part where the Church of Santa Rosa de Lima was located.

The first room shows five plans that show the evolution of the city. The most famous of these is the one made by Father Tosca in 1704, but those of Mancelli of 1608 and Montero de Espinosa of 1853 are also exhibited.

In the second room, City Views, a total of 46 engravings from the municipal collection are exhibited, covering a chronological period from the late eighteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century.

The Sala dels Furs contains murals by Ramón Stolz that represent, among other motifs, the first monarchs of the Kingdom and also the neo-Gothic showcase in which the first incunabulum of the Book of Furs is exhibited, whose manuscript is kept in the Municipal Archive.

Finally, the Sala Foral, located in the Church of Santa Rosa and decorated with paintings by José Vergara, houses some of the symbols and relics that are a reference in the history of Valencia, almost all of them from the Old House of the City: the Royal Flag, the Pendó de la Conquista, the Trophy of the Conquest, the Espada del Rey D. Jaime, the painting of La Inmaculada and the Juries of Espinosa, the reliquary of Saint George, the Archangel Saint Michael, The Keys of the City, etc.

Dades bàsiques


- Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: CLOSED.


The visit is free


Plaza del Ayuntamiento, 1 - 46002 Valencia
(Entrance through the main façade of the Town Hall)


Bus: 5B, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19, 28, 35, 62, 70, 71, 78, 81, N1, N2, N4, N5, N6 and N7.
Subway: Xàtiva

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E-mail: Information and reservations: 96 208 1181