Loosely translated as "The Military History Museum of Valencia", this museum was built in 1995 at the request of one of Spain's top generals to promote better knowledge of military history and the Army's role in the country. It's open every day but Monday and admission is free.
Visitors can expect to find over 2,000 pieces including weapons, munitions and vehicles. The museum was also established on the site of a former barracks on the banks of the Turia river that was originally built in 1898. Visitors who are interested in Spanish military history likely won't find a better source than this.
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