The Diocesan Museum is housed in Ibiza’s Cathedral , in futures pictorial works and religious objects relating to the history of the church in Ibiza.
THE DIOCESAN MUSEUM
The Diocesan Museum of the Cathedral of Eivissa preserves and exhibits multiple artistic and handmade pieces related to the liturgy and the history of the Pitiusan Church, from the 13th to the 20th century.
Its origin must be placed in 1964, when the dean and the town hall arranged for the creation of a Cathedral museum, with paintings, sculptures, ornaments and other objects, in the sacristy and the chapter room. It opened to visitors in 1965 and maintained its primitive structure until the late nineties, when it underwent its first remodeling. The last one, made in 2006, turned it into a contemporary space that contrasts with the classicism of the rest of the Cathedral. Highlights its collection of rosaries and jewelry crosses typical of the island.
HOW TO GET?:
The Plaça de la Catedral is located on top of Dalt Vila. It can be accessed from any entrance of the walled enclosure, although the closest is the Soto Fosc tunnel.
From 10 to 13.30 hours.
Open all year long. Rest days: Monday, Sunday