You are about starting a tour around one thousand years of history. The Alma Mater Museum is located in the oldest part of archbishop’s palace, a building used as a residence for prelate and Kings of Aragon from the 12th century. This palace arises in a place previously occupied by Caesaraugusta roman forum. We move back to Roman Empire.
This museum combines permanent collection, with artists such as Raphael and Goya, and the historical building, underlying spaces such as the gothic chapel from 15th century where the Catholic Monarchs prayed, and the Gothic-Mudejar roof of the 14th palace in king Peter IV times. In this tour you will visit stances where Papa Luna, King Alphonse I “the Battler” and the Catholic Monarchs were accommodates, besides other many other historical characters. The contents of the museum are complemented by three audiovisuals.