Lis House Museum

Museums: Lis House

The Art Nouveau and Art Déco Museum is essentially a museum for decorative arts that sets a sweeping tour through time from the last decades of the 19th century until World War II.

Throughout its nineteen collections, the sweeping tour shows the visitor the production of the European workshops of decorative arts during the Nouveau an Déco periods. jewellery by Masriera and Faberge; iridescent glass from the workshops of Lotz, Kralik, Pallme König or l'École de Nancy, including pieces by Emile Gallé, the Daum brothers and Paul Nicolas; furniture by Homar, Majorelle, Busquets; porcelain pieces by Rosenthal, Royal Copenhagen, Mariano Benlliure, Gustave Guetant and Zuloaga.

The French porcelain doll collection from the 19th century is outstanding and has been defined by experts as the best collection ever exhibited worldwide.


		     C/Gibraltar, 14 
                     CP: 37008 Salamanca 
		     Telf: +34 923 12 14 25

		     Winter time (October 17th to March 31st):
		     From Tuesday to Friday
		     From 11:00  to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 20:00
		     Saturdays and Sundays 
		     From 11:00 to 20:00
                     Monday: Closed
		     The Museum is closed too 24th and 25th December and 1st and 6th January.

		     Summer time ( April 1st to October 16th):
		     From Tuesday to Friday
		     From 11:00  to 14:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00
		     Saturdays and Sundays 
		     From 11:00 to 21:00
                     Closing Days: Monday (Except Monday in August and during public holidays)

		     Adults: 4 €
		     Students: 2 €
                     Retired: 2 €
                     Unemployed: 1 €
                     Children ( under 14): Free admission.
                     Groups (minium 10 people): 2 € per person.
                     Thrusday: free admission in the morning