Contact details

Calle San Nicolás 1
31200  Estella o Lizarra, Estella-Lizarra, Navarre  (Autonomous Community of Navarre)
Tel.:+34 948546037




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The building, also known as the Palace of the Kings of Navarre, is an example of Romanesque civil architecture, and was built in the 12th century. The old entrance to the building used to be through four large semicircular arches. There are four large windows on the first floor, with capitals adorned with plant and animal motifs. The capitals on the main façade depict scenes from Roland's fight with the giant Ferragut. The building was reopened in 1991, after being restored by the architect Miguel A. Alonso del Val. It houses the Gustavo de Maeztu Museum, which contains most of his plastic and graphic work, revolving around the female figure, portraits, still lifes and landscapes.

  • Construction: Palace
  • Artistic period: Romanesque
  • Historic period: 12th century
  • Setting: Church of San Pedro.

Practical information


  • From Tuesday to Saturday

    From 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Public holidays and Sunday
    From 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Closing days: Monday


  • Admission free


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