The museum is housed in an interesting 16th century building in the plateresque style, which had been a church and hospital in the past. It is free to enter and located very close to the Plaza de Zocodover. This is a must-see visit, with sections for Archaeology, Fine Arts (incl. El Greco, Luis Tristán) and Industrial Arts.
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