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Fine Arts Museum of Asturias
Oviedo (Central Asturias)
Contact Address
C/ Santa Ana, 1. 33003 Oviedo/Uviéu
985 213 061
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The Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias is considered one of the best in Spain for the importance of its collections.

  • Winter:
    Tuesday to Friday: 10:30am-2:00pm and 4:30pm-8:30pm
    Saturday: 11:30am-2:00pm and 5:00pm-8:00pm
    Sunday and holidays: 11:30am to 2:30pm

    Summer (July and August):
    Tuesday to Saturday: 10:30am-2:00pm and 4:00pm-8:00pm
    Sunday and holidays: 10:30am to 2:30pm

    Closed on Monday


    Free admission

    Wheelchair access to the Velarde Mansion and 2nd floor of the Oviedo-Portal House.

The museum houses the largest public art collection in Asturias.

The Fine Arts Museum of Asturias is the main museum in the Principality and houses the largest public collection of art in the region, ranging from paintings and prints, to photography and applied and industrial arts. Outstanding among all the works on display is El Greco's The Apostolate, painted by the artist between 1585 and 1590.

The museum occupies three buildings in the old quarter of Oviedo/Uviéu, very close to the cathedral: the Velarde Mansion (1767), a masterpiece by the architect Reguera; the Oviedo-Portal House (1660), the work of Cantabrian architect Melchor de Velasco; and a building dating from the 1940s housing different museum services (offices, warehouses and stores, shops, meeting facilities, etc.).


  • Spanish Painting, 15th-20th centuries
  • Asturian Painting, 17th-20th centuries
  • European Paintings, 14th-18th centuries (Italian and Flemish schools)
  • Spanish and Asturian Sculpture, 15th-20th centuries
  • Industrial Arts: glass and earthenware, 19th and 20th centuries
  • Drawing, printmaking, photography
  • Repository for the Pedro Masaveu Collection belonging to the Principality of Asturias


Six to eight exhibitions each year on the following topics:

  • Ancient and contemporary painting
  • Printing and drawing
  • Sculpture
  • Industrial Arts


Fine Arts Museum of Asturias