MUBAG Museum

The MUBAG Museum is located at Calle Gravina, 13. MUBAG stands for Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina. The museum is in the 18th century Gravina Palace, which once belonged to the Count of Lumiares and housed the Provincial Archives. The palace has four floors and was built between 1748 and 1808 and has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument. It exhibits works owned by the Provincial Council of Alicante, with collections comprising works of art created in Alicante from the Middle Ages through to the early 20th century. The most important work of art in the museum is the Crucifixion, created by Rodrigo de Osona in the 16th century.