The Royal Chapel Museum - The Legacy of the Catholic Monarchs
The Catholic Monarchs founded the Royal Chapel and donated their most valuable belongings to be kept here with them. This Museum was created in the Royal Chapel's Sacristy.
This Sacristy-Museum contains a great collection of paintings from the Flemish, Italian and Spanish schools, with paintings by important artists such as Juan de Flandes and Hans Memling and Botticelli.
There are items of great historical value, such as the crown and the scepter of the Catholic Monarchs. Some of the highlights of the museum are the Queen's chest and mirrow.
There is also an amazing Missal, a beautiful book painted by Francisco Flores in 1496 for the Queen.
The Royal Chapel forms part of the Cathedral complex, located near the Plaza Isabel la Catolica, the Bib-Rambla square and the Madraza. The The Sacrity-Museum is a part of the Royal Chapel, therefore it's included in the same ticket.
Entrance Fees and Opening Times of the Royal Chapel
Entrance Fees▸ Individual: 5 euros.
▸ Children up to 12 years old: free.
▸ Students up to 25 years old: 3.50 euros.
▸ People with disabiities (33%): free.
▸ Groups: 5 euros with free audioguide.
Free visits on Wednesdays from 14:30 to 18:30 (booking required).
Opening Times▸ From Monday to Saturday from 10:15 to 18:30.
▸ Sundays and religious festivities from 11:00 to 18:00.
Contact Details and How to Get to the Royal Chapel MuseumAddress: Plaza de la Lonja, Gran Via 5, Granada. Phone: 958 227 848.
You can get to Royal Chapel Musum of Granada using Granada city buses, routes 4, 8, 11, 21, 33 (the bus stop is 'Gran Via 1' or Cathedral), routes C31, C32, C34 (the bus stop is 'Plaza Isabel Catolica').