Go through the doors of the Julián Gayarre House Museum and follow the legacy of the famous tenor. Located in Roncal, the museum is the house he had built upon his birthplace. It holds extensive documentation and many objects related to the musician’s life, from letters to costumes used in performances. However, the object that arouses most curiosity is Julián Gayarre’s own larynx, removed with the permission of his family hours after he died.
In summer, the Culture Programme offers performances of Julián Gayarre’s main operas by Navarrese tenors.
It is also worth visiting the cemetery to admire the impressive Mausoleum where the remains of the musician are found.
Access: The House Museum is located in the town of Roncal, which can be reached by car or bus. The La Tafallesa transport company (948 700 979) covers the Roncal Valley with regular lines and daily services from Pamplona.