Museums and collections
On the Way of St. James


Street: San Domingos de Bonaval s/n

15703  Santiago de Compostela - A Coruña

42º 52' 57.8" N - 8º 32' 20.9" W


Located in San Domingo de Bonaval convent, which dates back to the 17th-18th century, in its rooms, it exhibits a very extensive collection of items of popular Galician culture: Fishing, agriculture, stockbreeding, trades, homes, popular costumes, musical instruments or Prehistory. Another of its attractions is the spectacular triple helicoid stairway, a display of structural audacity and work of Domingo de Andrade, which links the cloister to the building’s different floors. Besides the museum, you can visit the church of the convent, which is occasionally used as a unique backdrop for certain temporary exhibitions. This church contains the Panteón de Galegos Ilustres, in which very famous personalities from Galician culture are buried, such as Rosalía de Castro, Alfredo Brañas, Castelao, Francisco Asorey and Ramón Cabanillas.

The Ways of St. James

Portiguese Route
The English Camino
The Fistera-Muxía Camino
The French Camino
The Northern Camino
Vía de la Plata

Special features

Reduced Price: Entrada reducida:
1 Euro (over 65’s, students under 18) 1 euro (mayores de 65 años, estudiantes mayores de 18 años)

Free Entry: Entrada gratuíta:
Members (accompanying persons 2 euros), students under 18 and  the unemployed socios del Museo (acompañantes 2 euros), estudiantes menores de 18 años y trabajadores desempleados

Groups of more than 8 people, or more than 4 with large family card. Grupos a partir de 8 personas, o de 4 personas con carné de familia numerosa:
2 euros per person 2 euros por persona

Visit to temporary exhibitions Visita a exposiciones temporales:
Free gratuíta

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