The Museu Valencià de la Il·lustració i la Modernitat (MUVIM) is housed in a new building, designed by Seville architect Guillermo Vázquez Consogra, and is one of the best examples of contemporary architecture that can be visited in the city.

Inside, articulated around an impressive hall, houses one of the most modern and prepared cultural facilities in Valencia, a museum dedicated to a decisive period of our society that begins in the eighteenth century and helps explain our current way of seeing and understanding life.

The permanent exhibitions are “Valencia according to Father Tosca”, the “Medieval Tower of the MuVIM” and “The Adventure of Thought”, which offers us a journey through Western culture, from the Middle Ages to the present day. It is an innovative exhibition that incorporates highly innovative technology and content treatment. The visit to the MUVIM allows you to approach a new way of understanding the museum as Space for civic interaction and reflection on the problems and physiognomy of our current society, through its exhibitions (permanent and temporary), cycles of conferences, audiovisual projections, its Library and Study Center or its didactic workshops.

It is recommended to call to arrange a guided tour or you will have to wait to adapt with another group. Visits will be conducted in Spanish, Valencian, English or French. It has a cafeteria and shop.

Dades bàsiques


Tuesday to Saturday: from 10 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm
Sundays and public holidays: from 10 am to 8 pm
Monday: closed


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Calle Guillem de Castro, 8 and Calle Quevedo, 10
46001 Valencia
Telephone: 963 883 730


Bus: 5, 27, 60, 62, N4, N5 and N6
Subway: Àngel Guimerà (Lines 1, 3 and 5)

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