There are nine museums in the villages that form the Cuatro Villas of Amaya. They will help you enjoy this region. The subjects they explain are different, but all of them are related to the traditional life of this area, the religion or the art.

We offer you a description for each of them so you can choose.

Museums in 4 villas

Two traditional houses, situated next to the Arco de la Carcel, were restored to house this museum. It is divided in two floors and different sections. Several traditional tools are distributed by...

It is situated in the church of San Lorenzo and contains a lot of religious objects (sacred crosses, religious clothes, furniture…), documents and works of art, apart from the altarpieces and...

A museum that contains a private collection of paintings, furniture, tapestries and china, donated by Lorenzo Albarrán to the village of Villadiego. It also has a section of Paleontology with...

It is divided in two floors and different sections that represent activities of everyday life in the village. It is situated in an ancient house called Casa de los Palazuelos, a singular...

This original house built by its owner, Carlos Salazar Gutierrez, SALAGUTI, has a very interesting collection of the works of art that he has made throughout the years. He is a self-taught...

It occupies part of the church of Santa María la Real and keeps several religious objects and works of art.

The building where the museum is situated was an ancient hospital for pilgrims. It belonged to the Templar and, nowadays, it has more than 250 works of art of different artistic styles, from the...

It is situated in the collegiate of Santa María del Manzano, in the district of the same name, on the outskirts of the village. It contains medieval sculptures, paintings, parchments and several...