The Juan Cabré Museum (Museo Juan Cabré) in Calaceite, Teruel, is a center supported by the Government of Aragon's Department of Education, Culture, and Sport. It is dedicated to the life and work of archeologist and painter Juan Cabré Aguiló (Calaceite, 1882 – Madrid, 1947), who is considered one of the most important and prolific Spanish archeologists of the 20th century.
The museum is located in an 18th-century ancestral home, acquired and restored by the Government of Aragon to house the museum. It has five floors. The first and second floors hold archeological findings donated by Cabré's children, Encarnación and Enrique Cabré Herreros. Basement 2 houses the Ethnology section, and Basement 1 is a space dedicated to temporary contemporary art exhibitions.