Centro de Historia de Zaragoza
Open since November 2013, this museum devoted to 'the art of folding paper' is the first of its kind in Europe and continues to attract...
Museo del Teatro de Caesaraugusta
Discovered during the excavation of a building site in 1972, the ruins of Zaragoza's Teatro Romano (Roman theatre) are the focus of this...
Museo de Tapices
La Seo's Museo de Tapices has an impressive collection of 14th- to 17th- century Flemish and French tapestries.
Filmoteca de Zaragoza
One of the few cinemas showing films in their original language (ie subtitled in Spanish, rather than dubbed).
Locals flock here for reputedly the best croquetas de jamón (ham croquettes) in town, other popular mini bites include bola de bacalau ...
Centro de Historia de Zaragoza information
Lonely Planet review
The old convent of San Agustín (only the neoclassical facade remains) is the site of this museum . Each of the eight exhibit rooms focuses on a different aspect of the city's heritage, from trade and transport to popular celebrations. Of particular interest is a series of models depicting Zaragoza's physical transformation through four key phases of its development.