The La Beneficencia Cultural Center is home to several worthy attractions, such as the Museum of Prehistory of Valencia and Valencian Museum of Ethnology. The Museum of Prehistory opened its doors in 1927 to conserve the rich archaeological patrimony of Valencia. You’ll find exhibits about Paleolithic art, the Romanization of Valencia, the Roman world and the Visigoths, and much more. Founded in 1982, the Museum of Ethnology’s goal is to educate the public on the cultural diversity of Valencia, with exhibits about Valencian towns in transition and urbanization. Another interesting feature of the center is the Institute Alfonso the Magnanimous, a former neo-Byzantine style church that now houses cultural activities. The cultural center frequently hosts many children’s activities, music, and exhibitions.
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