The visit to the Torre de la Carraca is temporarily closed from November 1, 2020 until further notice.
Dates closed in 2020
Duration of the visit
If you have purchased a complete visit ticket to the Cathedral Museum (Torre de la Carraca + permanent Collection), you can visit the permanent Collection at any time of the day, regardless of the time you have reserved for the visit to the Torre de la Carraca. The time of access to the Torre de la Carraca marked on the entrance ticket is approximate and could undergo certain variations depending on demand.
During the Covid-19 crisis, for public access to all the spaces that can be visited, the limits of capacity and social distance must be taken into account, as well as other recommendations of the health authorities, all of which may condition the routes and mark waiting times, at specific moments, in the access to certain spaces of the Museum.
The Museum closes at 2.30 pm, and the rooms begin to close 10 minutes before closing.Up
Please note the Museum's opening and closing times. The selected visit time corresponds to the access to the Torre de la Carraca (capacity limited to 15 people at a time). The permanent Museum-Collection can be visited before or after the Torre de la Carraca throughout the daily opening hours (average duration: 60 minutes).
Address: Praza do Obradoiro, s/n, 15704 Santiago de Compostela, A CoruñaUp
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Ticket office Pazo de Xelmírez
Due to works in the Cathedral, wheelchair access is not possible. Sorry for the inconvenience.
In individual visits, you can not visit with your own guide. The visit is made exclusively with guides from the Santiago Cathedral Foundation.
Access with animals is not allowed, except for guide dogs
You must be at the ticket office 10 minutes before the time of the visit
During the visit to the Cathedral Museum it will be mandatory to wear a mask, maintain social distance, follow the indications of the information panels and the Museum staff; and other recommendations of the health authorities. Hydroalcoholic solutions for hand washing are available at the entrances to the Museum.
If you have a ticket to the Cathedral Museum or to the Torre de la Carraca, the visit to the Museum of Santa María La Real de Sar is free, presenting this ticket. (Temporarily closed until further notice)Up