Würth Museum

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The Museo Würth La Rioja was founded to exhibit international avant-garde art from the 20th and 20st centuries based on the Collection Würth which comprises approximately 11.000 works of art and is considered to be one of the most important private collections in Europe. The museum situated in Agoncillo near Logroño within the Ebro-route of the ?Pilgrims? Way of St. James? offers since its inauguration on September 7, 2007, an extraordinary alternative to the classic cultural and natural experiences of the pilgrims travelling through the Wine region La Rioja.

The inaugural exhibition ?Idea of Man and Abstraction?displays 140 works at the range of internationally renowned artists like Richard Deacon, Anthony Caro, Eduardo Chillida, Jaume Plensa and Miquel Navarro.

The entrance and the guided tours are offered for free, as they are subsidized by Würth Spain plc. Moreover, there is free public transportation for a roundtrip from Logroño to the museum and back offered. For further details have a look below.

Museo Würth La Rioja:

Pol. Industrial El Sequero

Avda. Cameros 86,87, 88. Agoncillo (La Rioja)

Telef: 941 010 410

Opening hours:

Monday to Saturday: 10 am ? 20 pm

Sunday: 10 am- 15 pm 

Guided tours (Giuded tours in English on appointment)

Monday to Friday: 18:30 pm

Saturday: 12:00 pm and18:30 pm

Sunday: 11 am and 12 pm

(or on appointment)

Free public transportation:

Monday to Friday: 18 pm

Saturday: 11:30 am and 18 pm

Sunday: 11:30 am

Departure in Logroño: busstop Glorieta del Doctor Zubía

Return journey from the museum (approx. two hours later in each case)