Discover the Palace

The Palacio de los Golfines de Abajo is one of the most representative buildings of the walled enclosure of Cáceres.

Since its restoration and opening to the public in September 2015 it has become one of the points of reference of the cultural life of Extremadura.

It was owned by the Golfines from the 15th century up until the recent death of the last descendant of this lineage, Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno y Seebacher, VIII Countess of Torre Arias and a Spanish Grandee, Marchioness of Santa Marta, and Marchioness of La Torre de Esteban Hambrán, the first president of the Foundation which bears her name.

The Palace is an atmospheric museum which recreates a stately home; as you explore its halls you will feel the presence of past centuries and by means of its rich artistic and documentary heritage collected down the ages get to know not only the history of one of the most ancient lineages in Spain but also aspects of the evolution of noble families over time: their tastes, beliefs, decorative tendencies, fashions, and leisure.