The Museum

MEMORIAL CENTRE FOR THE VICTIMS OF TERRORISM

 

The Museum at the Memorial Centre for the Victims of Terrorism was inaugurated in 2021. It disseminates the democratic and ethical values embodied by the victims of terrorism, constructing a collective memory of the victims and raising public awareness against terrorism, and about the defence of freedom and human rights.

Opening hours:

Tuesday to Saturday, 12pm to 7pm
Sundays,11am to 2pm
Closed Mondays (except bank holidays)

HOW TO USE YOUR AUDIO GUIDE?

The audio guide can only be used with headphones.

During your tour of the museum you will find pieces or spaces with additional information that can be discovered with the help of a QR code. Here’s how to access this information.

WITH QR
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1.- Open your QR reader app or your device’s camera.

2.- Focus your device on the QR code.

3.- Select whether you want to listen to or read the content.

WITHOUT QR 

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1.- Open your device’s browser and go to www.museovt.com

2.- Click on the drop-down application menu and look for the number that matches the QR number you want to find out more about.

3.- Select whether you want to listen to or read the content.

© Photos:

1. CMVT. 2. José Ibarrola. 3. Javier Cebollada, EFE. 4. Fidel Raso, Diario 16. 5. Toño Gallego, El Mundo. 6. Fidel Raso, Diario 16. 7. Fidel Raso, Diario 16. 8. CMVT. 9. José Mari López, El Correo. 10. CMVT. 11. El Correo. 12. AMB-BUA, La Gaceta del Norte. 13. Javier Cebollada, EFE. 14. Sergio Barrenechea, EFE. 15. Fidel Raso, Diario 16. 16. El Correo. 17. Familia Trujillo Comino. 18. Jesús Uriarte, El País. 19. CMVT. 20. CMVT. 21. CMVT. 22. Ballesteros, EFE. 23. Familia Echeverría Miralles de Imperial. 24. Luis Alberto García, El País. 25. Familia Markaida Olaeta.