The collection of the Museum of Tudela is formed by sculpture, painting, silver-gold works, liturgical ornaments, altarpieces as well as a selection of archeological pieces, from the prehistory to the end of Middle-Ages. All of them shown in a historic building of the XVI century.
The hallway introduces us to a historic building where the Deans of the cathedral lived. Nowadays it has been transformed for different uses.
The medieval cellar of the palace is, since June 2004, a room where objects obtained from the most significant archeological sites.
We can watch a collection of religious imagenery whose chronology covers from Middle-Ages to the late barroque.
In this space is the painting room where oils on canvas are mainly exhibited by Vicente Berdusán, considered the best barroque painter in the XVII century in Navarra.
Altarpieces, vestments and gold and silver works
On the ground floor, together with altarpieces and ornaments, are exhibited interesting goldwork pieces coming from the churches of the town.