The story behind the Spanish Cloisters here is quite interesting. The grounds are peaceful and quiet and the building itself is lovely. We were the only ones here when we visited (besides the many resident cats who we found charming). Having the place to ourselves, we wandered around for 45 minutes or so, using the pamphlet from the gift shop as a bit of a guide. The location is popular for weddings, and it's easy to see why. There are some photos in the gift shop detailing the move of the cloisters to America, and a few dusty relics from the past that provide some historical context. Our impression was that they don't receive many tourists here, but it was a welcome break to visit a place that wasn't full of other out-of-towners. You likely won't stay for more than an hour at most, but you'll be pleasantly surprised (and refreshed) by a visit to this restful and relaxing place.
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