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Discover the intriguing history of Nules through the collections on display at Museo de la Historia.

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Monday and Wednesday from 10am to 2pm. Friday from 5.30pm to 8pm. Weekends on prior request.

If you’re keen to find out more about the history of Nules, one of the best ways is to visit Museo de la Historia de Nules. Opened in 1988, the museum is housed in what used to be La Sangre church.

The museum offers a diverse selection of objects and artwork that tell the story of Nules’ past. In the archaeology collections you will discover what the town’s former castle was like. The ethnography section, meanwhile, displays agricultural tools, examples of traditional clothing and pieces of fine art.

In terms of religious pieces, there is a coloured sculpture of San Jaime, dating to the 15th century, and a ceramic reredos dedicated to Santa Teresa, from the mid-18th century. To conclude your visit, you can see an 1870 painting depicting the town walls and Castelló gate.

An educational and fascinating insight into the history of Nules, a pretty town located in the province of Castellón.