The Enrique Giner Medallist Museum was created in 1995, based on the legacy of the sculptor and medallist Enrique Giner, it is installed in the old Ermita de San Miguel, from the 18th century.
Dedicated solely to the art of the medallist, as well as the work of E. Giner, it hosts an important collection of medals whose chronology covers from the middle of the 15th century to present day with works, among others, from Joanis Boldu, Bernini, Roty, Perera, Bianchi, Prieto, Paredes, Drospi, Pallás, Mistruzzi, Bourdelle, Benlliure, Perrini, Marés, Subirachs, Dalí, Chillida, Tapies. In the square that surrounds the museum there is an interesting sculpture collection, with works from Carmelo Vicent, Octavio Vicent, Gonzalvo, Esteve Edo, Silvestre de Edeta, Viciano, Adsuara, Colon, Ferrero, Tusset, Perelló La Cruz, Pallardó, etc.
It is the only Spanish museum dedicated to art medals, based on the legacy of the sculptor Enrique Giner.
Monday: 10:00 - 14:00 and 17:00 - 20:30
Tuesday and Wednesday: 10:00 - 14:00
Tuesday: at an arranged time.
Located in an old chapel, a few metres from the old N-340 road.