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Quiet museum

Note that this museum opens at 09:30 hr. I was early and had to wait for 10 mins. Entrance ticket... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
LG_Kay
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Singapore, Singapore
A Definite Must Museum To Visit

The El Greco Museum was closed so we were disappointed. Not for long however, as we made our way to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Soosie8
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Saint Louis, Missouri
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Note that this museum opens at 09:30 hr. I was early and had to wait for 10 mins. Entrance ticket is €4 included audio headset. I needed to leave my backpack at locker, requiring 1 euro deposit. The main exhibit hall is at ground level,...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The El Greco Museum was closed so we were disappointed. Not for long however, as we made our way to the Santa Cruz Museum. An imposing building pock marked with bullet holes from the Spanish Civil War. Took some pics of those! The staff is...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The El Greco paintings are good. And don't miss the patio. It is a very nice place to relax after walking the Toledo streets....

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Reviewed June 4, 2018

So close to the town centre that you just cannot miss this museum. A superb collection of every day items and wonderful paintings of of the people that would have used them.

1  Thank Ian T
Reviewed May 31, 2018

Hidden behind Plaza de Zocodover (thru the arch, down the steps, pass the statue of Cervantes, continue straight 1/2 block, look to your left) This is an exceptionally beautiful museum. For not big fans of museums this is the one for you to visit. Take...More

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Reviewed March 21, 2018 via mobile

Big spaces. The Grecos are worth the trip. They also have some temp exhibits upstairs. It is free on Wednesday evenings so we went back just to see the Grecos again.

1  Thank Ed H
Reviewed March 20, 2018

This building was an old hospital but really it was a glimpse of other pieces of information gathered in more interesting ways in other parts of Toledo. Not worth the time or effort as you can not even access all of the old building which...More

1  Thank Tom2577
Reviewed March 14, 2018 via mobile

I started out confused about what was in this museum. The main area has a lot of art, much of it religious. I did not realize that it had such well known paintings. The cloister was lovely though the archeological bits and pieces were not...More

2  Thank solomon5
Reviewed January 26, 2018

This converted hospital has some wonderful treasures. The story is well told of the once hospital for the poor. There are some notable artworks there too.

1  Thank Susan V
Reviewed January 14, 2018

Pedro González de Mendoza, powerful Archbishop of Toledo, during time of Catholic monarchs of Isabelle and Ferdinad, founded Hospital of Santa Cruz in the end of 15th century which during its time was the main hospital in the city. It has a masterly executed plateresque...More

5  Thank NikolaCelic
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This building has expansive ground floor exhibits and vaulted ceilings. We did have to use stairs to visit some secondary displays but the good stuff was at ground level.
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I was able to see everything in under an hour.
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