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Monastery Of Tulebras Museum

Museums / Artistic



The Monastery of Tulebras, close to the border with Aragon and the capital of the Ribera region, Tudela, boast the unique characteristic of having been the first Cistercian nunnery in Spain (1149). It survived the Disentailment of the 19th century and is currently home to a closed Cistercian order.

In an old dormitory dating from the 12th century, an exquisite collection of sacred art from the 16th to 18th centuries is on display, a highlight of which is the beautiful renaissance altarpiece showing the sleeping Virgin Mary and the panel of the Holy Trinity, both by Jerónimo Cósida, as well as the original Virgen de la Cama, a unique iconographic example of Baroque embellishment. As well as different examples of gold and silverwork, choir books and furniture, the adjacent Roman tower also houses some interesting archaeological pieces.


Opening hours

Invierno: sábados y domingos, de 16:15 a 18:00. Los horarios pueden sufrir modificaciones a causa de las celebraciones litúrgicas.


Remarks: se acepta la voluntad.

Guided visit

Service provider: 948 851 475

Opening hours - Todo el año: sólo para grupos y reservando con antelación.

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