Angel Orensanz Sabiñanigo museum and arts Serrablo The house of the nineteenth century (1810-1830) known as fuller house is the home of this museum which opened in 1979. The building project began in 1975 and was driven by the association Serrablo friends, the sculptor Angel Orensanz and the local municipality. In 1998 he inaugurated the extension of the museum, with an annexe, connected with a main passageway. The ground floor plays different rooms of a house Pyrenees with all their belongings. On the second floor rooms dedicated to combine work with stays craft own housing. In the old barn, has installed a play area dedicated to Pedron, the famous Serrablo imp. The top floor is devoted to sculptures donated by Angel Orensanz and sculpture contest awards the museum organizes biannually. In the second building were installed objects of popular piety and architectural elements Serrablesa. Bridge Sabiñánigo (c / San Nicolas de Bari, 1), 22609. Sabiñánigo (Huesca) Aragon / Spain Mornings, Evenings 11 to 14 hours, 16 to 20 hours. Open Tuesday to Sunday, including holidays. Closed Mondays, except July and August. Winter hours (October to May) Mornings, Afternoons 10-13, 15. 30 to 18. 30 hours. Open Tuesday to Sunday, including holidays. Museum Closed on Mondays in July `drawing Gavín Larrés Castle, located in the nucleus of the same name, is a late medieval building restored XV century by association 'Serrablo friends' and inaugurated in 1986 to house the museum drawing' Julio Gavín '. The rooms of the museum are arranged in 14 rooms that are on public display 350 works from the 3000 to now on the bottom. The line art, humor, comics and illustration is the protagonist of the castle of Larrés works by some of the most important contemporary artists like Dali and Zuloaga, to Penagos or Freixas, to representatives of the avant-garde as warrior or Martin Joseph chirino, and the comic and humor as Ibanez or Mingote. On the ground floor rooms one and two are dedicated to temporary exhibitions, which are normally held in the summer months. A new feature along this summer, on the ground floor is located the 'small space', a space where children can develop their artistic skills by drawing in the museum. Wards three, four and five house the Aragon drawing from Pradilla to Antonio Saura. Next to these rooms is the number six, dedicated to the artwork, with artists like Penagos, Freixas, Federico Blanco. Already in the first floor and living room seven, is a chest on which is observed diploma certifying the possession of the gold medal of the arts by friends Serrablo, an award that recognizes the great work of this association. In the room eight sets, among others, drawings by Pedro Sobrado, in the nine, a very charming small room facing south, and welcomes the work of renowned artists: Antonio Suarez, Jose Guerrero, the ten is wider room around the museum, and there are works of Pepe Hernandez, Pilar de la Fuente, Javier Luis Gaya and in the room once, there is a small room that fits into the interior of the castle, where you can see small format drawings belonging to Robert Domingo, Juan Brotat. The three remaining rooms are located in the main tower of the castle. The twelve room with a beautiful pebble floor, welcomes the work of Jose Caballero, Ignacio Zuloaga, Salbador Dali. And, after entering a narrow and steep stone staircase leads to the room thirteen, dedicated to drawing humor, among which may be considered works of Martin Zabala. The fourteen room drawing cartoon shows. But the museum drawing 'Castle Larrés' not only limited to having works on display, also offers a range of activities, from classical concerts to exhibitions during the summer. The contacts with artists and art galleries in Spain are constant, so this museum is known and recognized in the art world. Visiting hours: • November to March Tuesday to Saturday, 11-13 and 16-18. 00 hours. Sundays and holidays, 11-13 and 16-18 • April-May-June September-October Tuesday-Sunday and holidays from 11-13 and 16-19. 00 hours. • July to August Monday to Sunday and holidays from 10 to 14. 30 and 16. 30 to 21. 00 hours. The museum is closed Mondays, except during July and August and on 25 December and 1 January.