Del Moral Castle and Archaeological Museum

The castle and ancient palace of the Medinaceli family stand very close to the Plaza Nueva: the edifice dates from the period of Moorish occupation and was reformed subsequent to Christian conquest.

It is a quadrangular building with corner towers, including the noteworthy Torre del Moral, and has an octagonal layout, covered by a Baroque pyramid roof.

It is famous for once having served as the prison of Boabdil.

The Archaeological Museum, located in the Castillo del Moral [Castle], which was restored for this purpose, comprises a series of exhibition rooms that focus on the evolution of life on earth, the cultural and physical evolution of humanity and Lucena’s evolution towards modernity.

Further Information:

  • Address: Pasaje Cristo del Amor, s/n – 14900 – Lucena – Córdoba
  • Tel: +34 957 513 282
  • Fax: +34 957 503 662
  • E-mail:
  • Telf: +34 957 50 97 83 (Museo Arqueológico y Etnológico)
  • Fax:  +34 957 50 97 83
  • E-mail:
  • Address:

    Pasaje Cristo del Amor, s/n

  • Zip:14900

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