Baeza is a World Heritage Site thanks to its Renaissance monuments, but the city is much more than its period of splendor in the 16th century. The local museums show the history of Baeza from the Bronze Age to almost today’s date, such as the Baeza Museum or the Renace Art Center, which immerses the visitor in the Renaissance. There is no better place than the Olive Culture Museum to practice olive oil tourism, a Site of Cultural Interest located in a 17th-century building, a true temple of virgin olive oil.
The work of the native painter Antonio Moreno is exhibited in the center that bears his name. Known as The Painter of the Blues, he passed away in 2017, leaving a notable pictorial legacy. Another great option is the Museo Catedralicio, located inside the Baeza Cathedral, which houses an interesting collection of sacred art. In short, museums for all tastes help better understand a city with a lot of history.