University of Navarre
Art and nature: a unique place for professional tourism in Navarre.
University of Navarre Museum
An arts centre inaugurated in 2015 that combines nature, architecture, sculpture, painting, photography, and gastronomy. In the University of Navarre campus, and quite close to the city’s hospital district, are multiple spaces that are ideal for hosting all kinds of events.
Designed by Rafael Moneo, the only Spanish architect to receive the Pritzker prize, the University of Navarre Museum blends harmoniously into the campus hillside nearest to Pamplona’s city centre. From there, it embraces the more than 100-hectare garden that transforms the university area into one of the city’s green lungs.
Its contemporary art collection, with pieces from Tàpies, Picasso, Rohtko, and Kandinsky, as well as one of the nation’s most important photographic archives, make the space a true cultural benchmark for northern Spain.
As a MICE space, the Museum is home to a 700-seat Theatre-Auditorium that hosts a calendar of performing arts offerings and a multitude of external events. Next to it are fully-equipped rooms and multi-use spaces with varying capacities, as well as a usable terrace, and there is no lack of restaurant options where local and avant-garde international cuisine mix and mingle.
University of Navarre Campus
The University of Navarre is home to different spaces where events and activities can be organised with the most modern facilities.
Located in the heart of Pamplona, the campus extends over some 113 hectares, with cycling and walking paths. The area can be accessed by local urban transport (lines 1, 4, and 5), and includes various parking locations.
A single campus presents two distinct areas: Humanities, which is home to the Central, Amigos, Central Library, School of Architecture, Communication, and Ecclesiastical Faculties buildings, and the Sciences area, with the Sciences (Hexagon) -where the Museum of Natural Sciences is located-, Research, Los Castaños, CIFA, the Sciences Library, and Applied Medical Research Centre (CIMA) buildings.
Included among the spaces available are assembly halls, classrooms, and workshops with room for up to 400 chairs. All technical resources and audiovisual means are available. Among other offerings, restaurant and catering services are available.