The Renaissance style building dates from the 16th century. It formed part of a complex, consisting of the Alderman’s house, the jail, and the Town Hall itself. The façade differentiates the ground floor with a loggia of Roman arches and Corinthian columns. Inside, the building features a chapter house with a Renaissance coffered ceiling in the Mudéjar tradition. In 1998 the former Town Hall became the Municipal Museum of Baza. Most of the museum’s holdings are archaeological pieces.
Old Town Hall and Museum of Baza
Plaza Mayor 1
18080 Baza, Granada (Andalusia)