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David B wrote a review Sep 2020
El Barco de Avila, Spain459 contributions238 helpful votes
This free museum contains two floors of paintings - one containing items from the Prado store cupboard (there is a decent Ribera) and then works by local artists which were probably more interesting. There are also some examples of local modern art.
Date of experience: September 2020
graceandnature wrote a review Feb 2020
Donaghadee, United Kingdom215 contributions167 helpful votes
Called in yesterday while walking through Santa Cruz and spent around an hour walking between the rooms. There were only a handful of people and it was incredibly relaxing, each room having beautiful space and light to take time with which ever painting caught my eye. Varying in large scale pieces (both painting and sculpture) to small portraits. Entrance is free and there are 3 floors, a lift and toilets.…
Date of experience: February 2020
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Lin D wrote a review Feb 2019
Royston, United Kingdom495 contributions171 helpful votes
Worth a visit as it is in one of the more characterful parts of the town in an attractive building. Only the second floor was open but there was an interesting selection of Spanish art. It is free to enter. Had the place to myself, which was really lovely. A very pleasant was to spend 15 minutes.…
Date of experience: February 2019
massimoswitz wrote a review Mar 2018
Opfikon, Switzerland658 contributions188 helpful votes
We went last february and there was an exibition on the ground floor that we visit in about 15 min. Upstairs was closed.
Date of experience: February 2018
sigmundm wrote a review Jan 2018
Tau, Norway321 contributions78 helpful votes
Centrally located art musuem in Santa Cruz. Only the second floor was open when I was there, but admission was free. Beautiful paintings, mainly by 19th Century Spanish artists. Well worth a visit.
Date of experience: January 2018