Patrimonio Nacional administers the properties formely vested in the Crown but now belonging to the Spanish State, and available to the King and members of Royal Family in carrying out their official duties, under the terms of the Constitution and the Law of 16 June 1982.
It also looks after convents and monasteries which, haven been founded by monarchs, continue to fulfil their spiritual purpose up to the present day under the patronage of the King of Spain.
These palaces and religious buildings include some of the most historically important monuments in the western world. Their creation over the centuries has served as a stimulus to Spanish culture, and their influence has been great in both Europe and Hispano-America.
They can be visited by the public, and they are available for study and research, except when required for State occasions. visited by the public

Información general

1- To know the history of the hunting through paintings, reproductions and guns, 2- To know the Spanish fauna.

Restricciones de uso

Regulated by the Spanish Law 23/1982 of June 16, that is developed by the Spanish Royal Ordinance 485/1987 of March 18 that it approves their regulation.

Restricciones de acceso

The normative that is stablished for public visits to the Museums of the National Patrimony is subject to visiting hours and closing days. It is possible to make concerted and institutional visits. Free access.

Cobertura taxonómica
Nombres comunes

todo(s) animales.

Cobertura geoespacial

todo(s) Península Ibérica.

Localización temporal
Cobertura temporal

todo(s) taxón existente.

Recursos de la colección
Colecciones y bases de datos albergadas