Doña Pakyta Art Museum

In the 1980s, Dona Francisca Diaz Torres popularly known as Doña Pakyta- decided to donate to the City of Almería, so that after his death it was transformed into a cultural center and permanent exhibition space, which had been his house for years vivienda. A northern singular aesthetic, built in 1928 by architect Guillermo Langle commissioned by Don Antonio Gonzalez Egea, known among almerienses as the ‘Casa Vasca’.

In May 2014, the chalet located at the end of Paseo became part of the municipal heritage and the work of adapting the ground and first floors of the building to the new order were initiated: host the first headquarters of the Art Museum of Almeria. A new cultural endowment through which, thanks to the sum of synergies between the capital and the Foundation of Art Ibáñez Cosentino, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide panorama of almeriense art from the 1880s to the 1970.


  • TUESDAY TO SATURDAY: Mornings from 10,30 to 13,30. Afternoons from 18,00 to 21,00
  • SUNDAY: Mornings from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.





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