The Museum of Art and History of Durango is a Public Services Foundation created by Durango Town Council in 1984. Its headquarters are located in Etxezarreta Palace, in Calle San Agustinalde, 16.
Historic Museum: Hall I, dedicated to history and located on the ground floor, shows, by way of plans, diagrams, maps, tools and clothing, the cultural, legal and political environment of the town of Durango. The second floor, Hall II, also dedicated to history, provides pictorial works of authors such as Manuel Losada, Alberto Arrue, Julián Tellaeche and Antonio M. de Lecuona, some of the Durango individuals of most historical relevance. Moreover, there is a journey through different historical events, particularly those based on the Carlist wars.
Museum of Fine Arts: The third floor presents a collection of Basque paintings: Aquerreta, Darío Urzay, Ibarrola, Ruiz Balerdi, Zumeta, Urcelay, Mari Puri Herrero and Nagel, amongst others, are represented.
In the ground floor is exhibited a scale-model of Durango as it was in the fifteenth century.